A great wave of change has been breaking over the financial services industry for some time now. When it finally recedes, we can expect a fundamentally transformed market infrastructure to be left behind in its wake. Driven by unprecedented speed and adoption of new technologies and business models, and accelerated...
There’s a lot of pressure on Apple’s iPhone X, unveiled at yesterday’s event after months of speculation (and leaks). The company calls it “the future of the smartphone” — and with facial recognition, an OLED display, no home button, and other new features, the pricey device certainly feels like a...
Most established enterprises haven’t invented anything truly dynamic in decades. Procter & Gamble, the perennial most admired company (and my alma mater), has produced no transformational new brands since Swiffer and Febreze back in the early 2000s, although they have strengthened core brands with initiatives like Tide PODS, Gillette...