Posted in Disruptive Innovation Innovation

Disruption is a quantum leap that can not be predicted with statistics

  Disruption is a quantum leap that can not be predicted with statistics. We must not incur the common error of the incumbents: evaluate the…

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Posted in . Corporate 2.0

paradoxically putting the focus on profits the profits end up ending

Foreign outsourcing is an excellent choice for linear innovation, but a fatal choice for disruptive innovation. The fact is that today, in a society that…

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Posted in Marketing 2.0

Trend Forecasting for the Disruption Age

Big Player strategies very often are not able to achieve sales success: the cause is the inability to understand the real meaning of change (of Trends). It is necessary to ● understand the complexity of the interactive evolution of a system like the Market ● to go beyond the current Marketing.

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Posted in Marketing 2.0

Towards a New Marketing (1): beyond the Analytic Marketing, toward a pro-sumer Market

THE CURRENT CONCEPT OF MARKET ANALYSIS (as observation / or Listening to Customers) IS OBSOLETE, Big Data strategies must be replaced by Marketing of Pro-sumers.

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Posted in Bottom-Up Market Fake-Trends Marketing 2.0

The wrong interpretation of the Customer Experience

With Customer Experience today we use obsolete principles. It is necessary to change the paradigm of Marketing, which from a “subtle” persuasion system to the purchase of a product, MUST GO BACK TO BEING A PROCESS THAT STARTS FROM THE ANALYSIS OF THE REAL NEEDS OF PEOPLE.

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Trend Forecasting for the Disruption Age°

An important role in the current market crisis resides in the INCAPACITY OF UNDERSTANDING TRENDS: the World is changing – fast – but the Market…

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