Given the profound changes currently taking place in our society, many of which are the result of emerging new technologies, branding can play a strategic role in the convergence between the physical and the digital. In this scenario, a capacity for disruption is a clear competitive advantage. Carmen van Bruggen talks to Jacob Benbunan about the way in which the most disruptive and properly prepared brands can adapt to new environments in order to continue growing successfully.
The Design of Spaces in Successful Organizations
Conversation with Lars-Johan Jarnheimer, Chairman of IKEA Group
The Skills and Mindset for Success
Polarization and the Challenge for Talent
Authentic Leadership (Part II): The Three “H”s
Authentic Leadership (Part I): The Confidence Factor
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