Innovation and Disruption
|In an age of disruption, marketers need new knowledge and new models on designing, developing, and bringing new products, services, and experiences to market. In addition, marketers are seeking new approaches to enable them to forecast, identify, and respond to market disruption and next-generation business models.|
Beyond an Internet of “One-off Solutions”Mar 01, 2017
Webinar featuring Peter Levin, Strategic Planner - Datacenter Group, Intel Corporation
Enabled by sensors, analytics, and new platform tools, the IoT is transforming marketing practices through direct measures of consumer behavior
Dynamic Pricing in a Labor Market: Surge Pricing and Flexible Work on the Uber PlatformFeb 09, 2017 Keith Chen, University of California, Los Angeles and Chief Economist, Uber
In many markets, new technologies allow traditional jobs to be divided into discrete tasks that are widely distributed across workers and dynamically priced given prevailing supply and demand conditions. This “sharing” or “gig” economy represents a more flexible work system, and is most common in two-sided markets in which a firm acts as a platform to connect service providers and consumers.
Two Views on the Future of Marketing AnalyticsFeb 09, 2017 Koen Pauwels, Özyeğin University
What does the future hold? Deep learning, self-service analytics, confirmation bias, fast hypothesis testing, augmented reality, IoT?
Marketing in the Real-Time FutureJan 25, 2017
Uncertainty was in the air on November 10, 2016, when marketing executives and academics came together for MSI’s Board of Trustees Meeting in San Francisco. How can marketers prosper, and prepare for what(ever) lies ahead?
Changing Their Tune: How Consumers’ Adoption of Online Streaming Affects Music Consumption and DiscoveryDec 28, 2016 Hannes Datta, George Knox, and Bart J. Bronnenberg, 2016, 16-136
Consumer adoption of music streaming boosts play counts and variety of listening; it also increases consumers' discovery of new digital content.
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