ARTICLE & GALLERY
Valuable marketing lesson to be learnt from the sink of the unsinkable Titanic cruise liner.
The ship captain Edward J Smith ordered full steam ahead to reach New York in record time. The ship encountered seven iceberg warnings. As the sea was calm, Officer of the Bridge, William Murdoch, decided to rely on his eyesight.. READ MORE
WHY SHOPPERS BUY?
The Shopper Dynamics Evolved but some Fundamentals Did not Change
The hype of looking at shoppers insights rather than consumer insights was intensified during the 1990s. With increasing brand choices and mushrooming number of hypermarkets, it did not come as a surprise.. READ MORE
An organisation with customer service touch points must also embrace culture of staff empowerment. At the crucial moment of customers’ need, it is the front line employees that make or break the customer-brand relationship. In longer term, an empowered employee feel respected and ….READ MORE
ART OF DECISION MAKING
http://inspiringshortstories.org /decision-making/ brought my memory of another true story that my master related in our class some eighteen years ago. A story of a family with three young kids and their parents travelling by boat on a fierce, pregnant river. A crocodile got hold of the leg of the youngest one and… READ MORE