There has been a lot of debate recently on whether artificial intelligence (AI) is going to take over the world. … More
It’s the classic yin and yang of marketing: Over the last decade, social media empowered brands to infinitely scale – … More
Marketing Expert John Ellett (Forbes Columnist) and I recently discussed the findings from an SAP Digital Executive Transformation Study conducted in … More
Maintaining integrity depends on knowing, doing and being — all in ways that enable us to evolve into our true self.
A simple graphic to show the evolution of brand from traditional to digital business.
In my post in the Harvard Business Review, I encourage leaders to act more like the dandelion, a small weed … More
“You can have any car you want, as long as it is black” – Henry Ford These famous words by … More
What separates the human species from others is that we have a strong desire to create, compete and change.
For organizations, change is the catalyst to progress and growth, but often comes with a hidden cost. Complexity.
Sometimes leadership lessons come from the most unexpected places. While leadership fads come and go, a few timeless pieces resonate with their simplicity and pragmatism.
One such piece of advice comes from Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) World Champion, Frank Shamrock. It outlines a simple mental model we can all use to become more successful in work, and in life.
According to Mr. Shamrock, we all need a mindset of a plus, a minus, and an equal.
With more attention than ever before on sports and athletic performance, I find myself intrigued by why some athletes are … More