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Are You Driving to Data-Driven? Announcing the Clearhead Digital Maturity Journey

(This post first appeared on Clearhead.me) Is your culture ready for experimentation, test and learn, and data-driven decision making? Where are you and where do you want to be? These are important questions to ask as you approach FY17. We’ve been asking executives like you these same questions with our benchmarking survey. And for the past four years we’ve been ...

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eCommerce Recycling with a Soul

See that pile of cardboard boxes over in the corner? Next to all that wrapping paper? You know the pile I am talking about. All those great presents you got for the holidays delivered from Amazon and other eCommerce folks. Now you can put those boxes to good work using them to donate to your local Goodwill. How? Through this ...

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Are your people the problem? Hint: Probably Not.

This post originally appeared @Clearhead.me As we all know, human beings are complex creatures. And multiple things can affect the output we have at work–from things going on in our personal lives to the complex interactions we have with our bosses or other employees. However, something I’ve seen over the last 15 years of working both on the brand side ...

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Digital Transformation. Again?

(This post first appeared on Clearhead.me. You should hire us.) You hear someone in your org proclaim “This business needs a real Digital Transformation.” You think to yourself “Again? Already?” Trust us, we’ve been there. We’ve heard the term over and over again in the last ten years. As early as 1997 in fact. As a Director of Online Communications ...

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