But We Have To Be Willing To Listen – And Take Action – To Benefit
Unless you’ve been living under a rock – and a pretty big one, at that – you’ve probably caught wind of the massive hype surrounding Big Data these days. Suddenly, the answers to all that ails us seem deceptively close, . . . → Read More: Data Can Guide Us
Attend any digital marketing conference and you quickly realize who the belle of the ball is these days. Everyone, from agencies, management consultants, publishers, to technology vendors, seems to be obsessed with mobile. Everyone except business, that is. For while mobile currently makes up around 16% of total Internet traffic, and its rapid growth promises . . . → Read More: Business Seems Stuck in the 90s When it Comes to the Mobile Internet
Some readers will find themselves somewhat confused by the title of today’s post. Many others will have recognized instantly the significance of it. Others yet might be intrigued and eager to learn more. Some will quickly leave my blog – I expect abandonment and drop-off to be a bit higher for this entry, but I . . . → Read More: 42
(This article first appeared as a guest column in the Saporta Report on May 13th, 2012)
When it comes to food in America, we face a Dickensian dichotomy. Parts of our population enjoy abundance and an unprecedented variety of food choices, while others live in so-called food deserts with no easy access to fresh, wholesome . . . → Read More: What’s Ailing Our Food System?
Yesterday I wrote about the recent rush by companies to vehemently and vocally trumpet their sustainability and corporate social responsibility efforts in an attempt to either plug into the current Zeitgeist of consumers or, in cases like BP and many large banks, attempt to counteract the negative publicity resulting from some fairly egregious lapses. I . . . → Read More: Real Issues Drive Real Engagement