18 September 2020 — The forced change of “going remote” has flipped a switch for many companies, accelerating their adoption of digital transformation initiatives, demanding a rethink of how they can deliver their products and services, and define new ways of working for all of their employees.
16 June 2021 — Brands that don’t tackle premature obsolescence within their product line face becoming obsolete themselves.
9 June 2021 — As we look to the future, it’s the perfect time for businesses to look at the stuff that has worked and the stuff that hasn’t, how to make the most of the benefits of hybrid working and how to foster a stronger culture within that.
14 May 2021 — Morgan Holt, Global Executive Experience Director, Landor & Fitch spoke alongside our client, Jennie Weber, SVP Experience Design & Insights, Best Buy at WPP’s Commerce Conference 2021. Morgan and Jennie...
10 May 2021 — The pandemic has put many cultures under the microscope as employees have had a chance to see how business leadership responds and if a company’s values truly manifest in its actions.
21 April 2021 — Most brands are approaching sustainability in similar ways, they risk generating undifferentiated content, multiplying investments, and diluting the strength of their brands in an effort to pursue ever-higher standards. This is risky since brand should instead be the real driver of differentiation. Approaching sustainability through the lens of brand can provide the answer.
16 April 2021 — Brand ecosystems must align Physical, Human, Digital touchpoints across channels.
16 April 2021 — As we find ourselves in the midst of a fundamental shift to remote working, questions of how to ensure creative stimulation are never far from our thoughts. We have been forced to quickly learn and adopt a totally new set of principles for working with each other across our virtual and separate workspaces.
27 January 2021 — For fast-growing unicorn companies, culture is a critical driver of success, not just a people issue. "Culture eats strategy for breakfast." When Peter Drucker famously made this statement, he wasn’t trying to undermine the importance of strategy. Instead, he was arguing that a strong culture is a surer way to drive business performance.
19 January 2021 — Last year, many organizations were forced overnight to adjust to new ways of working. Digital transformation accelerated, and collaborative activities were recreated virtually. But while teams have adapted functionally to maintain productivity, organizational leaders need to pay special attention to the “intangible” cultural aspects and their overall purpose.