Interview with @BrianSolis on the Inescapable Digital Transformation

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Minter Dialogue #48

Brian Solis, The Myndset Digital Marketing and Brand strategy

This interview is with Brian Solis, author of Engage!, The End of Business as Usual as Conversation Prism v 3.0, The Myndset Digital marketing and brand strategywell as the marvelous Conversation Prism (right, and now in its third version). In this podcast, recorded in Paris ahead of the Innovation Napoleon conference I am hosting with Brian, we discuss a wide range of topics including digital darwinism, the ultimate moment of truth (“UMOT”), his upcoming book WTF (“What’s the Future?“), shareholder value and the challenges businesses are facing the inescapable digital transformation, as well as what leaders should take away from the Steve Jobs’ biography.  I hope you’ll enjoy the conversation.  Don’t hesitate to drop in your thoughts!  You can sign up to the Minter Dialogue podcast here via iTunes.Digital Transformation

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  3. @gilbertoegil January 14, 2013 @ 3:55 pm

    Brian, I so appreciate what you do. As always, a masterclass for web lovers. Digital darwinism is now officially a part of my lexicon. 🙂

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    Brian, I so appreciate what you do. As always, a masterclass for web lovers. Digital darwinism is now officially a part of my lexicon. 🙂

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    My recent post The Growth of Facebook as a Social Media Marketing Tool

  9. @DigiCoachHouse April 2, 2013 @ 9:28 pm

    We really enjoyed listening to this interview. Many of the themes validate our experience working with clients in this field and one (insightful) comment we made note of was "You can't make an argument through technology to somebody who doesn't understand it." Here's to keeping digital transformation relevant, relatable and all about business outcomes!

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