Kevin Lane Keller always wants to be rigorous and relevant
For the second installment of his back-to-school podcast master class in marketing, Alan talks to Kevin Lane Keller, the E.B. Osborn professor of marketing at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. Considered to be one of the best business school professors today, he’s the author of “Strategic Brand Management,” which is referred to by many as the “branding bible.”
Brands That Won (And Lost) in the 2016 Election
For some brands, the biggest question during the 2016 election season wasn’t how to reach consumers, but rather how to stop consumers from abandoning their brand altogether.
Marketing Leadership, Emotional Storytelling at HP
Transformation at HP has been underfoot for years now as the company played catch-up to others in the technology market like IBM, Lenovo and others.
Desire fuels brands. Great brands are simply desired.
While good brands deliver on our wants, great ones unleash our belief in what is possible. They are symbols of how we live and how we define ourselves. We reward them with our purchase and loyalty and punish them through obsolescence if they stray.
We believe, with the right approach, any brand can be great.
What say you?