Hank Willis Thomas: Work in Society’s Subconscious

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Hank Willis Thomas: Work in Society’s Subconscious from 99U on Vimeo.

Hank Willis Thomas has made it his mission to “not make sense out of things we think make sense,” challenging our perceptions of identity, history, and symbols. In his 99U talk, Thomas shares what he’s learned from creating his provocative body of work, including the repurposing of iconic brand imagery as a commentary on race and class, particularly in regard to African-American males.

When Digital becomes Human

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When Digital becomes Human from steven van belleghem

There is an urgent need for an extreme transformation of the customer relationship. Customers live in a world of self service, big data, customer automation and the integration of the online & offline world. If your organization fails to implement the digital relation, your future becomes very uncertain. Succeeding in the digital transformation will not be enough. As a consequence of the digital evolution, there is also a need for the human transformation of your customer relationship. Thinking about the role of humans versus machines, thinking about the role of the warm human touch and considering the power to connect people with people, are the key challenges in this domain. ’When digital becomes human’ is a story about the combination of the digital and the human transformation in your customer strategy. By steven van belleghem

Create A Great Social Media War Room

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Create A Great Social Media War Room from Amber Horsburgh

This is a very informative guide by Amber Horsburgh! Amber explains how to build a solid real time marketing plan for live events using Netflix at the 2014 Oscars as a case study.

Susan Etlinger: What do we do with all this big data?

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Does a set of data make you feel more comfortable? More successful? Then your interpretation of it is likely wrong. In a surprisingly moving talk, Susan Etlinger explains why, as we receive more and more data, we need to deepen our critical thinking skills. Because it’s hard to move beyond counting things to really understanding them.

Oliver Burkeman: The Negative Path to Happiness and Success

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Oliver Burkeman: The Negative Path to Happiness and Success from 99U on Vimeo.

“Get motivated!” and “stay positive!” are common bits of self-help advice. But have we gone too far in our penchant for positivity? Leaning on research (including a story about Mount Everest climbers), reporter and author Oliver Burkeman shares the counterintuitive insight of how abandoning goals and allowing some negativity in can actually be helpful.
“Theres a real benefit to find ways to loosen our grip as goal driven people. When you look at successful entrepreneurs…you find they don’t follow this stereotype.” We should instead remain ready to adapt where we are heading and embrace uncertainty.

BRAND SACRIFICE

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trendwatching.com's BRAND SACRIFICE from trendwatching.com

One powerful question for brands to answer in 2015: what are you prepared to SACRIFICE? From trendwatching

Briefly

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Briefly from Bassett & Partners on Vimeo.

Every project starts with a brief.
But very few projects end up with exceptional results. Why?
As a disruptive brand and design strategy firm that creates briefs across multiple creative disciplines including Advertising, Design, and Innovation, Tom Bassett, CEO of Bassett & Partners (and founder of MindSwarms), was curious to understand how some of the world’s most consistently exceptional creative talents thought about – and used – the brief.

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