Category Archives: trends

Networked Micro Agencies

  I believe a new form of organization is emerging. It is the large group of independents working as freelancers, programmers, designers and consultants that is looking to cluster into small networks. These independents are what  I call micro agencies: … Continue reading

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From Profit to Purpose

Posted in Adhocracy, Advertising, Balance, Co-creation, Collaborative Intelligence, Collective Intelligence, Connected Society, Consumer behaviour, Consumer Facilitation, Contribution Marketing, Creativity, Crowdsourcing, Cultural Creatives, Future, Holism, Innovation, Intrinsic Values, Manifesto, Marketing, Play, Positioning, Post Advertising, Pull platforms, Social Networking, Sustainability, trends, Valuechain | 1 Comment

Do you know TOMS shoes?

TOMS shoes is a great initiative. For every pair that is sold one pair is given away for free to children in need. Below a video about the first TOMS shoe drop in Argentinia. Great example to see the strength … Continue reading

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Let it go let it go…

Posted in Adhocracy, Business Model, Co-creation, Collaborative Intelligence, Collective Intelligence, Connected Society, Consumer Facilitation, Contribution Marketing, Future, Innovation, Interactivity, Intrinsic Values, Taking Back Space, trends, Valuechain | 2 Comments

Clean City Law in Sao Paolo

Well the Clean City Law is active in Sao Paolo.  Here a nice clip showing some nice insights in this action from Mayor Gilberto Kassab to ban almost all outdoor advertising in Sao Paolo

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Short on staff? Hire a robot!

Just read an article in the Japan Times about People Staff, a japanese temp agency, that rents out robots to do receptionist work.. So are we really at the beginning of robots entering our service industry? Interesting development. People Staff plan the … Continue reading

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