When we take on big challenges, like innovation, it’s tempting to jump to big solutions. But sometimes, it’s the small things that matter most. Small is in the detail. And small often requires big thought. But when creating sustainable systems that support change there is power in small. Here are ten (tiny) lessons we’ve learned at Wolff Olins where thinking small can have a big impact.
Mary Meeker, one of Fortune Magazine’s “ten smartest people in tech”, released her latest set of internet trends data in May. The report, which has been trending ever since, provides an eye-popping picture of future internet tends. It can be found at: http://www.slideshare.net/kleinerperkins/kpcb-internet-trends-2012 At Wolff Olins we’re big fans. It was Mary's ‘Reimagination of Everything’ that...
As part of International Women's Day 2014, our global COO Sairah Ashman is answering your questions on brand, careers and careers in branding. This video is a response to @robertocurtis' question: "what's the most common mistake young PMs make starting out and how does one set him or herself apart from the pack?"
The US National Latin Ballroom Championships in Orlando, Florida had a stellar participant in Jean-Yves Minet from Wolff Olins New York. He and his partner took home the Gold medal in the Bronze level of American Rhythm. The set included five technical dances: Rhumba, Cha-Cha, Mambo, Bolero, and East Coast Swing. Congratulations to JYM!