July 30, 2012

Is It Marketing Innovation? Square Edition

How do you pay for everyday purchases like groceries or your shoe habit? If you are like me, […] Read More

July 27, 2012

Is It Marketing Innovation? The Bird Poop Edition

Today’s topic is actually simple: when a company uses an infographic to engage their audience via new media […] Read More

July 25, 2012

Is It Marketing Innovation? Warby Parker Edition

The founders of Warby Parker have a new vision for prescription eyewear: take it from bland designs for […] Read More

July 23, 2012

Is It Marketing Innovation? Ouya Edition

Some would argue that there hasn’t been a major change in the gaming industry since 2006 (XBOX 360 […] Read More

July 20, 2012

DonorsChoose.org Project – July

Having attended a couple High Poverty Chicago Public schools when I grew up, I feel for the teachers […] Read More

July 18, 2012

Is It Marketing Innovation? Baileys Edition

Baileys Irish Cream has been “making life more delicious” since 1974. Traditionally known as an alcoholic beverage, they […] Read More

July 16, 2012

It Goes Both Ways

Marketers want to be invited into the strategic planning and cap-ex hallowed halls within their own organizations, and […] Read More

July 13, 2012

Change versus Knowledge

As you know, I find people’s resistance to change interesting.  Here’s why: Change may work.  It may not. […] Read More

July 12, 2012

Don’t Jump to Conclusions

My nature is to quickly jump to conclusions. I like to think of it as my excitement for […] Read More

July 6, 2012

Un-Loose Change

Rule Number 1:  Any system will move toward chaos.  So, in response you must: actively participate in your […] Read More