Failing to plan
This is not a condemnation. This is a rallying cry. Well, of sorts. These are some thoughts following the departure of FailToPlan from the plannersphere proper. These are some of the things that you observe when you look at the industry with the same incisive, alien-in-the-room, obsessed with ‘why’ glasses that we wear everyday for clients. And this is only one persons impression. And a sample...
Bricks and Mortar in a digital world
With Amazon killing the bookshop, and the difficulty in finding a mainstream record store in central London, one could be forgiven for thinking that retail as we know it is dead. In many respects it is, or it is a least evolving. Online shopping grew 14% last year in the UK, to £50bn. So maybe it is time for everyone to shut up shop and move on(line). But just as video didn’t kill the radio...