When the waters get rough.
The current crisis has shown us that the way we’re used to developing business, brand and communications strategies isn’t entirely watertight.
As a network of agile change agents, we’re developing a new, fluid approach to strategy as we write. And this hub is our latest launch to help in the context of the pandemic.
It enables you to keep an eye on what’s happening, to regain perspective and to discover ideas, concepts and scenarios that help brands and businesses in developing strategies in times when we’re feeling all at sea.
Brands and organizations are coming up with great ideas. You will find examples on how to not just communicate around Covid, but also how to adapt in regard to products and services. Making the crisis also a catalyst for creativity and innovation.
There is a lot of data out there on how Covid is influencing behaviour, media usage, consumption patterns. We aim at not following a single source but giving access to a broader set of studies. Anything that supports better strategy decisions.
There is never just one way to look at things – but great thinking lives through different perspectives. Challenge your thinking through a broader set of opinions on what this will mean for businesses going forward with this collection of articles.
Must-hear podcast: Prof. Scott Galloway with neuroscientist and philosopher Sam Harris on a post-Covid-world
Brilliant and thought-provoking podcast episode from Scott Galloway’s „The Prof G Show“, interviewing Sam Harris, best-selling author, philosopher, and neuroscientist.
So much support is delivered out there right to our doorstep in form of digital tools, how to guides or online classes and webinars. We aim at sharing the ones that we think truly help in delivering a contemporary strategic approach – from putting together online workshops, research or other useful tools to help in CoVid mode.
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