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Discover proven strategies for building powerful, world-classbrands It's tempting to believe that brands like Apple, Nike, andZappos achieved their iconic statuses because of serendipity, anunattainable magic formula, or even the genius of a singlevisionary leader. However, these companies all adopted specificapproaches and principles that transformed their ordinary brandsinto industry leaders. In other words, great brands can bebuilt—and Denise Lee Yohn knows exactly how to do it.Delivering a fresh perspective, Yohn's What Great Brands Doteaches an innovative brand-as-business strategy that enhancesbrand identity while boosting profit margins, improving companyculture, and creating stronger stakeholder relationships. Drawingfrom twenty-five years of consulting work with such top brands asFrito-Lay, Sony, Nautica, and Burger King, Yohn explains keyprinciples of her brand-as-business strategy. Reveals the seven key principles that the world's best brandsconsistently implement Presents case studies that explore the brand building successesand failures of companies of all sizes including IBM, Lululemon,Chipotle Mexican Grill, and other remarkable brands Provides tools and strategies that organizations can startusing right away Filled with targeted guidance for CEOs, COOs, entrepreneurs, andother organization leaders, What Great Brands Do is anessential blueprint for launching any brand to meteoricheights.
'Leaders everywhere are trying to build great brands, but few realise how powerfully brands are shaped by the cultures of their organizations. This compelling book shows how.' -Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Originals and Give and Take In FUSION, Denise Lee Yohn examines some of the world's greatest organizations and reverse-engineers their greatness - specifically how they've integrated what's on the inside (culture) with what's on the outside (brand) for remarkable results. Through detailed case studies, interviews with industry leaders, findings from respected academic research and drawing on her own experience working with extraordinary brands across a broad range of sectors, Denise shows how great companies achieve the brand-culture fusion that creates extraordinary results and growth. FUSION is for those with responsibility and oversight for the core operations of their business (C-Suite and line managers) who also set the tone and direction for their companies. The book includes access to Denise's proprietary online assessment for determining how close to or how far from brand/culture integration a company is and a blueprint for achieving brand-culture fusion.
Marketing is about building brand value for the consumers, society and intermediaries.So how does a person, an institution or a business entity build brand value? Can a methodology be evolved that can be applied to a developing country like India?Building Brand Value is based on five intrinsic steps for developing a new brand and for making an existing brand stronger and more valuable. Besides this, it provides insights on positioning options, brand audit, and more, that can be of use to marketing and brand managers in Indian companies.The book has a strong Indian flavour to it. Its methodology and approach are bound to be useful to management students and can be adopted in other developing countries as well.
This book offers a framework for dealing with a new phenomenon affecting organizations and their stakeholders: brand trauma. Brand trauma puts an organization's credibility at risk as stakeholders, shaken by the effects of a crisis or a crisis' poor management reassess their relationship with the organization. The Deepwater Horizon oil spill, police harassment, Volkswagen’s tampering with pollution devices, Wells Fargo's treatment of customer accounts, and the sexual exploits of politicians, educators and other high profile individuals are organizational crises that may trigger brand trauma. The author discusses both organizational and brand trauma with models and illustrations. Those in journalism, law and the justice department, criminologists, marketing, and public relations specialists well as members of an organization's leadership teams and advisory boards will find the material useful.
Every successful brand in history is inherently unpopular with aspecific demographic. Somewhere along the way, people felt they hadto be popular in order to be successful, when in fact, the oppositeis true. The brands playing in the space you want to dominate havealready figured out the inherent power of being unpopular. In ThePower of Unpopular, you'll discover the difference betweenflash-in-the-pan brand tactics and those designed to place youmiles above the competition. Brand Personality: What's yours? Explore the importance oftaking a stand and why brands become road kill without a distinctpersonality. Community: It's the number one thing that unpopular brands havefigured out—learn how to build yours. Brand Advocacy: It knows no scale and your fans don't care howbig you are. A guide for businesses on the proper care and feedingof their biggest asset. Erika Napoletano's irreverent yet never insincere tone takesreaders on a colloquial and actionable journey, producing conceptsthat readers can immediately graft onto their existing businessstrategies. Complete with case studies of businesses from acrossthe country, this is the book that couples theory with practice,creating pathways for business owners of any size and age. Changethe way you do business and live your life—becomeunpopular.
Why can some organizations innovate time and again, while most cannot? You might think the key to innovation is attracting exceptional creative talent. Or making the right investments. Or breaking down organizational silos. All of these things may help—but there’s only one way to ensure sustained innovation: you need to lead it—and with a special kind of leadership. Collective Genius shows you how. Preeminent leadership scholar Linda Hill, along with former Pixar tech wizard Greg Brandeau, MIT researcher Emily Truelove, and Being the Boss coauthor Kent Lineback, found among leaders a widely shared, and mistaken, assumption: that a “good” leader in all other respects would also be an effective leader of innovation. The truth is, leading innovation takes a distinctive kind of leadership, one that unleashes and harnesses the “collective genius” of the people in the organization. Using vivid stories of individual leaders at companies like Volkswagen, Google, eBay, and Pfizer, as well as nonprofits and international government agencies, the authors show how successful leaders of innovation don’t create a vision and try to make innovation happen themselves. Rather, they create and sustain a culture where innovation is allowed to happen again and again—an environment where people are both willing and able to do the hard work that innovative problem solving requires. Collective Genius will not only inspire you; it will give you the concrete, practical guidance you need to build innovation into the fabric of your business.

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