In today’s world, experiences are a form of social currency. The more diverse and varied our experiences, the culturally
We’ve found that the best customer experiences are necessarily borne from diverse and divergent environments. They’re exposed
Whether you are new to this conversation or in the midst of transforming your business, before going any further, consider
You can sleep better tonight knowing that computers or even strategists won’t replace creatives. Keep trusting your gut and
What exactly is the Gig Economy? According to the Census and Department of Commerce, there are roughly 28.5MM businesses
But, increasingly, this is an anachronistic image of a global creative company. As we jet out to Miami to join a group of
"Cannes has changed a lot for the good. The promise of it was that it was about pure creativity, so you saw stuff that would
Experience Database: A database complete with information about what everyone in an organization has done, loves to do, is
Watch as she and I discuss creating a competitive advantage for clients, what innovation means to her, and the power of brand
During Cannes Lions this past June, I spent some time with Deirdre McGlashan, Global Chief Digital Officer at MediaCom. Deirdre
The same is true of a creative team. We work hard, but we play hard too. If you can’t take a moment to laugh at yourself
In the last three years, we've witnessed a boom of "Gold Rush" proportions as companies, brands, and artists scramble to develop virtual reality tools, platforms, and content, trying to figure out what will win out in this new frontier.
This pioneering new planning tool uses technology that has been extensively used and validated in academic research, combining
If your brand can go beyond merely co-opting culture and start creating it instead, you’ll find that the community will suddenly
Our gut reactions tend to perceive "the public" as a whole as sharing our perspective. This problem is especially problematic when it causes us to overrate substantially the extent to which others will agree with our political opinions.
Once in the job, we often assume we’ll be told what we need to know.  But even if your manager is the best communicator on
So why do we give ourselves a pass, while attributing an obnoxious status to others? Why does our gut always make us out to be the good guys, and other people bad guys?
Diversity in our talent is not just the right thing to do it, it is business critical.  And while that may seem intuitive