My new year’s resolution, broken for a mere $25, you asked me to stop writing about Sky, but they just launched new pricing. Let’s unpack the pricing move, why they’ve done it, and what Sky needs to believe to make it commercially viable.
With a new year, there are always new predictions, new challenges and new opportunities. Here are the 12 things I’m watching with interest …
Your job as a leader
How retailer pushed too hard on efficiency, which ended up wrecking the customer experience. You need to balance, the five c’s, the customer, commercials, competition, capability and capacity of the business.
With Amazon opening in Australia this week being the best in NZ isn’t good enough now, we are competing with the best in the world. They are on our doorstep, are you ready?
When OTT players offer their service for free how do they expect to make money?
How we fought the SMS battles but lost the messaging war. While the incumbents fought over old products new players rode on top of their networks (OTT player) for free and built a whole new system. While we were fighting against ourselves with last century’s weapons we were helping the real competition get strong
The tide of digital disruption keeps on coming. Here we explore some practical things you can do to face and harness the waves.
The Exponential Agency along with more than 100 other NZ businesses and organisations has put its support behind this initiative to change the conversation around what we define as ‘talent’. We believe this is important in order to recognise that rapidly changing consumer behaviours and technology is redefining what ‘talent’ looks like in the marketplace.
We recently asked our readers what they would like to hear more of and the key themes were disruption and innovation: understanding the two sides of the same coin. Is it a threat or is it an opportunity, and transformation.