Debates & Conversations on The Future Aspects of Change

Wikibrand’s Transformation Webcasts

Our global-leading Wikibrands collective and guest experts get together regularly to discuss the future opportunities and challenges we face with disruption, innovation and transformation.  Find out who is in our collective of experts. 

Futureproof – Episode #2

“The Metatrends 30”

Sometimes there are things that we read in the news that affect our week, perhaps month, maybe even quarter – the Metatrends are not them.  In this episode, we review the forces at play across all our cultural, business and societal streams that have the chance to affect every single industry across the next decade. The list culled from our panel of experts and further refined by our Buzz Report survey tackles the largest questions and predictions about what’s really next. 

Episode Panelists:

Host: Doyle Buehler, CEO, Dept. Digital
Guests:
  • Jill Rosenberg, Co-Founder & Creative Strategist, Ideacentral
  • Baron Manett,  President, Per Se Brand Experience
  • Sean Moffitt, Managing Director, Wikibrands

Futureproof – Episode #1

“Corporate Innovation Playbook”

How do we help corporations avoid the crushing icebergs of slow-footedness, resistance, internal focus and low expectation bars, and what makes their challenges different from those of the startup. In advance of our most ambitious study ever “The Corporate Innovation Playbook”

Episode Panelists:

Host: Doyle Buehler, CEO, Breakthrough Digital
Guests:
  • Paul Barter, Managing Director, Paul Barter & Associates
  • Sharon McIntyre Co-Founder & Process Lead, New Cottage Industries & Co.
  • Sean Moffitt, Managing Director, Wikibrands

Scale – Episode #1

“Getting on a Growth Treadmill”

Our demand and scale-up focused crew of the Wikibrands Collective discussing that in-between zone – just past a startup but not quite a corporate, where the rules of this business game are quite different.

Episode Panelists:

Host: Doyle Buehler, CEO, Breakthrough Digital
Guests:
  • Jocelyn Butler, Managing Director, Orchestra
  • Rahul Raj, Founder & CEO, 5&Vine
  • Sean Moffitt, Managing Director, Wikibrands

Signals – Episode #1

“November Advance Previews”

Doyle and Sean talk about some of the intriguing current events happening in November (see links below).  They also talk about the introduction of the Wikibrands’ Webcasts, what “Signals” is, the transformation presentation library of Wikibrands keynotes and what Wikibrands is trying to disrupt.

 

Episode Panelists:

Host: Doyle Buehler, CEO, Breakthrough Digital

 

Guests:

Sean Moffitt, Managing Director, Wikibrands

Transform – Episode #1

“The 10,000 Foot View”

A powerhouse squad of members of the Wikibrands Collective discussing some of the general discussions and debates on business and digital transformation.

Episode Panelists:

Host: Doyle Buehler, CEO, Breakthrough Digital
Guests:
  • Andrea Kates, Managing Partner, i-Scale
  • Farid Mheir, Enterprise Architect, FMCS Digital
  • Sean Moffitt, Managing Director, Wikibrands

Wikibrands Webcast- Signals Episode #1

The first of what should be a monthly tradition, "Signals" is a catch-all for everything Wikibrands and what's going on in the world-at-large. We hope to make it a monthly preview of what's on our collective minds - what just happened, what is happening now and what...

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Wikibrand’s Six Transformation Webcast Channels

Conversations, Debates. Best Practices. Future Trends. Your one-stop insight shop for transformation and the future of __________.

Future Wikibrands Webcast Episodes

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Friday, December 14th, 2018

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Reinvent #1 – Building Brands for the Digital Age

Guests: Keri Lee, Sue Holland, Sean Moffitt, Doyle Buehler

Our first episode of Reinvent discusses building a brand for the digital age and what's changed.
Gone are the days of Mad Men and the 4Ps where you could burn your way into the heart of the customer with clever jingles, catchy slogans, guilt-inducing TV ads and repetitive media buys. Our panel of four experts discuss what has changed and what continues to change as we move into the next stage of brands in the digital age. Insights drawn from Wikibrand’s recent study “The Customer Zeitgeist” and announcement of end-of-the-year open vote Zeitgeist brands.
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Friday, December 14th, 2018

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Scale #2 – Stuck in the Middle With You, The “No Man’s Land of Scaling Up

Guests: April Dunford, Geoff Whitlock, Sean Moffitt, Doyle Buehler

In our second Scale episode, our panel will discuss the unique aspects of our scale businesses and practices and what implications tit';s had on our newest research study heading into 2019
Wikibrand’s has spent the last three months working with 9 experts on evaluating the success factor and future of scale ups and their growth efforts. Our expert panel of four will discuss on areas of study, passion for the topic and foresights on what might happen next to thus special group of companies growing 15-20%+, with over 15 employees and with $7-8 million+ revenue..
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Friday, December 21st, 2018

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Digitalize #1 – The Emerging 30 Technologies and Tech Suprises

Guests : Sean Moffitt, John Koetsier, Alan Majer, Doyle Buehler 

In our first digitalize episode, our panel will debate the ranking of Wikibrand's #Emerging30 Technologies and what implications they have for business in 2019
Wikibrand’s recently served up it’s #Emerging30 technologies based on 5 criteria – current buzz, revenue size, projected growth, expert evaluation and potential impacts on society. Our expert panel of four will geek out on the results and provide valuable insights and foresights on what might happen next.

Past Episodes

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Friday, November 30th, 2018

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Signals #2 – December – The 12 Days of Transformation

Sean Moffitt, Doyle Buehler

Advance perspectives, news, previews and announcements over the next month.
Sean and Doyle discuss the big industry and company news upcoming for December and major announcements, launches and opportunities for Wikibrands and the collective. They’ll even get into the holiday spirit early and give a list of 12 wishes for transformation as we head into 2019.
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Friday, November 30th 2018

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Futureproof #2  – The Metatrends That Will Shake Our Next Decade

 

Baron Manett, Jill Rosenberg, Sean Moffitt, Doyle Buehler

 

In our first Futireproof episode, we'll Discuss and debate the biggest socio-economic and cultural trends that will affect our next decade
Drawn from Wikibrand’s 2018/19 ” Buzz Report”  – we’ll go through the rankings of the top 30 metatrends as judged by our online panel. Our webcast panel of four will then tear through some of the big ones and provide some additional perspectives, evidence and implications as we head into 2019.
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Friday, November 16th, 2018

 

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Futureproof #1 – Corporate Innovation for the Digital Age

Host; Doyle Buehler, Guests: Paul Barter, Sharon McIntyre, Sean Moffitt

Our first episode of Futureproof discusses corporate innovation and the reinvention of business models, why they underperform historically and the rationale behind our newest piece of research.
Lifespans of firms are shortening. Technology is causing wideapan disruption. Customers are adjusting at breakneck speed. From one perspective, start-ups have it easy – they are nimble,  pivot quickly and their risks are limited.. Entrepreneurial guru Steve Blank defined a start-up as ‘a temporary organization set up to search for a repeatable and scalable business model.’ A corporation on the other hand is a permanent organization responsible for operating an established business – profitably!

How do mature organizations balance the requirement to earn a profit with the need to continuously innovate new products, services and businesses in a rapidly changing market? Let’s have some of the study’s architects debate the topic and some of the hot button issues..Plus: In our just launching Corporate Innovation Playbook, Wikibrands (and partners) are identifying the whys, hows, whats and whos of effective business modelling and product & service innovation as seen through the eyes of successful large companies, startups. scallops,  academic and Innovation experts.

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Wikibrands is not waiting to let the industry shape itself out. Professional services has run by the same playbook for the last half century. It’s time for change.

If we’re fine booking Airbnb’s vs. hotels, and driving Ubers not taxis, and leasing WeWork space, not real estate. then surely Wikibrands offers something your traditional consultancies, agencies and software firms can’t. Decentralization. Collaboration. Expert sourcing – let the future begin now.

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