Internationalising Your Business: The Strategy
21st Century Growth™ will come not from Fordism (faster, better, cheaper) but instead from constant corporate reinvention that develops new products and new markets.
And it’s this second part – the markets – where corporations get it wrong, over and over. They might have globalised, but they haven’t internationalised. The distinction might sound semantic, but it is critical. Continue reading “New York, London, Paris, Munich…”
Clearly, you don’t need to live in the UK to find yourself exasperated by the working practices of doctors’ surgeries. And, across the pond, patients are voting with their feet.
Continue reading “Doctor, Doctor, Give Me The News.”
Over at The Verge, they’re lauding the achievements of Reed Hastings and the crew at Netflix.
Continue reading “The Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades.”
Everyone knows that 2015 is the year that Marty McFly visited when he travelled forwards in time.
Continue reading “Don’t Take Money, Don’t Take Fame.”
The Telegraph reported that Andy Clark of Asda expects serious consolidation of the UK supermarket industry.
He also predicts the disappearance of some household names.
Continue reading “I Took Her To A Supermarket, I Don’t Know Why But I Had To Start It Somewhere.”
The Telegraph, following on from The Australian, reported on McDonalds ‘big experiment’ Down Under: to reinvent itself as a purveyor of gourmet burgers.
Continue reading “He Just Smiled, And Gave Me A Vegemite Sandwich.”
We recently took it upon ourselves to watch the Top 100 ads that featured in this year’s Cannes ‘Festival of Creativity’. Continue reading “Walking On The Beaches, Looking At The Peaches.”
Sree Sreenivasan is the Chief Digital Officer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.
Continue reading “Walk The Dinosaur.”
Over at The Atlantic, William Deresiewicz, has written a frankly brilliant piece that takes the long view on creativity. Continue reading “I’ve Got The Brains, You’ve Got The Looks. Let’s Make Lots Of Money.”