The walls separating companies from the outside world are becoming more porous. Here’s why.
Now on @forbes. Brands will need to think more holistically about contemporary culture if they want to succeed in tomorrow’s marketplace.
This is my latest post on PSFK, published today. One of the biggest cultural shifts currently taking place is the shift towards feminine values and traits on a global scale. As noted in their forthcoming book The Athena Doctrine: How Women (And The Men Who Think Like Them) Will Rule the Future, Young & Rubicam’s […]
In case you missed it, I started the week off with a rework of my initial article on cultural leadership being featured on PSFK on Monday. The column, with slight tweaks by the crack PSFK editorial team, can be seen here.
My first column for creative business site PSFK ran yesterday. The premise: Today’s modern business environment isn’t just about competing on product and service quality, but also on the quality of your ideas. Here’s some of what I wrote: It’s not just content, but the expression and sharing of powerful ideas can give brands an edge. […]
When it comes to the N-word, black people have no one to blame but ourselves.
The beautifully done film is an assured and compelling meditation on love, death, loss and, ultimately, life.
Every super hero needs a theme song. And a super villain to fight against.
The state of black rock circa 2010.
Erykah risked nothing emotionally, physically or artistically. Then what are we applauding?
How can you call something “BlakRoc” when the black folks on the project only rap and the rockers are all white?
Living Colour: They’re literally like Coltrane’s Classic Quartet playing rock. Yeah.