James Bourne of industry publication MarketingTech recently conducted a long and wide-ranging interview with Brian Solis about the present and future of their industry.
Industry publication Venture Beat recently took a look at Brian Solis’ Altimeter report on the state and future of digital marketplaces, drawing conclusions along the way.
The Fonolo industry blog recently did an overview of great reports regarding contact centers, citing Brian Solis’ recent look at the rise of collaborative contact centers.
Solvis Consulting: “The Digital Change Agent’s Manifesto” para la transformación digital de las organizaciones
The Spanish-language Solvis Consulting blog recently did an overview of Brian Solis’ report on the Digital Change Agent’s Manifesto.
Patrick Watson of industry blog UCToday recently did an extensive talk with Brian Solis for their “OutLoud” podcast, discussing the future of collaborative contact centers. Excerpt: The philosophy of customer experiences is that we have to figure out as an organisation, as executives, that this isn’t a cost centre, it’s an investment in improving CX and it’s so important. Listen to entire podcast at UCToday
Giselle Abramovich at Adobe’s CMO.com, a blog devoted to marketing topics, recently covered Brian Solis’ newest report for Altimeter Group, which looks at leading trends in retail innovation.
Each year, my friend Jim Marous assembles some of the industry’s most interesting perspectives on retail banking trends and predictions for the year ahead. I was invited back to share my thoughts (thank you Jim!) Although, looking back, I still stand by my ideas from the previous two years. I wanted to share the highlights from the report and also my contributions to this year’s list of trends/predictions. I also included ideas from previous years to help financial executives see the…
A big part of my work as a digital analyst and anthropologist is to track emerging and disruptive technology trends and study their impact on business and society. In the early 2000s, much of that work was focused on what was Web 2.0, collaboration (office 2.0) and the rise of social media. It was a very special time in my career. I had the good fortune to be in the center of a very important shift in technology and culture….
I took this picture in 2016 at Hillsdale Mall in San Mateo, California. This used to be a Sears department store. While Sears is still alive and kicking, it’s sad to see so many once celebrated brands slowly deteriorate and/or then suddenly crumble. I call this the new “Kodak Moment,” that moment when executives fail to see how customers and markets are shifting. All too often, there appears to be a pervasive “too big to fail,” shareholder-first attitude during what amounts to…
At the end or beginning of each year, smart folks ask other smart folks to contribute their thoughts about the year ahead. Then everyone promotes their participation and the host benefits from a landslide of new traffic and followers. I usually don’t participate. But my friend Tom Goodwin had a different take on the assemblage idea. He asked, “what’s the one thing you learned in 2016?” He had me at “learned.” The post is now live at Forbes but I wanted to…