Leaders in industries from healthcare to casual dining are fast-tracking changes to the customer experience. Here are four of their stories.
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Step one: Press pause. Step two: Rethink everything.
A conversation with the CMO of online bank Ally about staying committed to your company’s purpose as the organization grows.
What started as research into consumer psychology led to deeper questions about human nature.
Most companies focus on their own sales targets. They should be focusing on their clients’.
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Here’s a counterintuitive way to make carrots more “yummy.”
How certain kinds of visuals can inspire people to be more adventurous.
For starters, get out of the office and find your end users.
An excerpt from Kellogg on Branding in a Hyper-Connected World explores the power of a “transmedia” approach.
New research reveals that people assign blame differently after viewing body cam versus dash cam footage.
An excerpt from “Kellogg on Branding in a Hyper-Connected World” uses an iconic brand—Coca-Cola—to illustrate the power of design thinking.
A conversation with CMO Alicia Tillman.
Experts from IBM Watson and Kellogg discuss how to remove bias and increase transparency in machine-learning algorithms.
Rather than follow consumer taste, they push it in a new direction.
In certain professions, luxury goods can send the wrong signal.
Getting—and keeping—customer’s attention can be tough. Kellogg faculty offer tips.
Their “experience with your product carries more weight than any marketing message you can come up with.”
Are You a Different Person at Work Than at Home? Compartmentalizing Like This Can Lead to Unethical Decisions.
New research examines how self-perception affects moral behavior.
Four experts discuss CMOs’ unique opportunity to drive growth and collaboration across their companies.
Getting children to make healthy choices is tricky—and the wrong message can backfire.