Twelve warning signs that tell the cultural change in your company is required.
In the multi-screen environment information and contents must be Accurate, Relevant, Transparent (ART) and consumers must have access to tools to pull them where and when they require. ...
Meaningful innovation is meaningful business and they mean profitable business.
My approach is to develop customer focused strategies such as Lean Six Sigma, Web Marketing, Content Management.
Whether this visit to my blog has inspired you with a good idea or it did sparkle a new thought about business innovation or if you have simply found an interesting reference, a useful resource or just an information, I have achieved my purpose and I feel very satisfied.
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The present path to continuously improve customer experience and UX (User eXperience). Lets build the winning mentality and allow your company to embrace and to empower innovation. It doesn't help to catch up or to copy innovation from others! How to do it? Lets apply these powerful strategic leverages within your company: Lean Six Sigma, Web Marketing & Social Media, Content Management.
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