Culture is critical. But what is culture?

Understanding what an organisation’s culture is has profound implications for many stakeholders. Do a board or regulators really have the insight on the assumptions at the heart of an organisation’s culture?

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The case for Argos building brand equity through experiential transformation

Apparently 90% of us live within 10 minutes of an Argos store and 18 million UK households have an Argos catalogue somewhere at home.

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A thousand small gestures

Brand conversations are often about providing seamless experiences for audiences. But what does that mean in reality?

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