Why Digital Goods Are Valued Less Than Physical GoodsJun 14, 2019
Carey Morewedge, Boston University
Many digital goods such as souvenir photographs, books, and films are substantive innovations relative to their physical counterparts. Despite this, consumers may ascribe less value to digital than to physical versions of the same good.
Challenging the Marketing Status QuoMay 01, 2019
David Gal, University of Illinois at Chicago
Why do businesses fail to adapt as circumstances evolve? In this webinar, David Gal draws on lessons from the history of warfare, business, and science to identify the forces that serve to protect the status quo and how these forces can be overcome.
The Role of Scenario Presentation in the Selection of Innovation ProjectsMar 5, 2019 Vardan Avagyan, Nuno Camacho, Wim A. Van der Stede, and Stefan Stremersch, 2019, 19-114-03
Marketers play an important role in innovation project selection decisions, and this report examines the influence of scenario presentation in the process.
Consumption and Design of Music Albums and Personalized PlaylistsFeb 28, 2019 Khaled Boughanmi, Columbia University
Khaled Boughanmi will present research that uses a nonparametric Bayesian model combining online data to explore the dynamics of musical success of albums over the last half century.
Best of MSI - Leading Mass DisruptionJan 24, 2019
Stan Joosten, Innovation Manager, Global eBusiness, The Procter & Gamble Company
Mass marketing is being disrupted, and P&G’s objective is to lead that disruption. In this session Stan will provide a glimpse of the reinvention taking place at the world’s largest marketer.
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