Monthly Archives: April 2007

In case you didn’t notice, Advertising as we knew it is gone

Great post on Hee-Haw marketing. Comforting to see more are seeing the change.. Please read it! Here are some great parts out of that post:  So, the picture should be even clearer. Advertising is dead, but marketing isn’t. We’ve started … Continue reading

Posted in Brand Deflation, Connected Society, Contribution Marketing, Intrinsic Values, Manifesto, Post Advertising, post capitalism, Post Modernism, Strategy, Sustainability, Valuechain | 2 Comments

Are we moving from solid to gas?

Gases, liquids and solids are all made up of microscopic particles, but the behaviors of these particles differ in the three phases. Note that: Particles in a: gas are well separated with no regular arrangement. liquid are close together with … Continue reading

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ThinkMobile Network events

Currently I am in the process of organising a new open network event in Amsterdam The Netherlands. I am planning to host it once a month. Very informal style. With one or two speakers per event. The ambition of these … Continue reading

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WECT model

Is your product ready for the new customer centric world? Well try to fit your product in the below WECT model. The model puts us in the middle and shows basically that there are 2 major things we are pursuing: … Continue reading

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Going for the Core!

(Musings on the future of business) Unbundling is probably the most important trend of current business. Next to the unbundling of products(customized Nike’s) and valuechains(opensource), also e.g. workforces are unbundled(freelancers). Main reasons that this process currently is happening is: Higher … Continue reading

Posted in Adhocracy, Balance, Corporations, Force of Nature, Intrinsic Values, People, Positioning, trends | 1 Comment

ShopText: Did you see this coming?

(via PSFK) The New York Times recently reported on a company called ShopText that is enabling users to purchase products instantly through their mobile phone and charge it to their credit card.  The NYT writes: To use the system, a … Continue reading

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Taking back space

You probably heard that In Sao Paolo Billboards are illegal? Well there are other ways of taking back public space.. Below is a clip about the Pixelator rom Jason Eppink. The Abstractor from Ji Lee is kind of the same … Continue reading

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Corporates Connecting

The second phase in the Holistic Wheel of Creation is Connect. Connect with all stakeholders to discuss, share and learn about your wishes. McKinsey released a survey on the acceptance of Web2.0 solutions within corporations that should stimulate above mentioned activities. Conclusion: There … Continue reading

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Widgets on S60

Widget support for S60 was announced today. Demos are available in Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco and Nokia CEO CTO Tero Ojanperä is starting web cast now 13.15 CET. Developers can use standard Web technologies such as AJAX, HTML, CSS, Java Script and easily create small applications, … Continue reading

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Right brain – Left brain

  Such an amazing post on the great blog Transformation Economy from Tom van Brunschot “Logical and precise, left-brain thinking gave us the Information Age. Now comes the Conceptual Age – ruled by artistry, empathy, and emotion.” – Dan Pink, … Continue reading

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