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I’m meeting a lot of incredibly interesting people for the last months, sharing my models and method. It is a very interesting way to get valuable feedback and to challenge my assumptions and findings. When discussion goes deeper in the … Continue reading
I know, it is subtle… but important! Working through the methodology I am putting in place using both DiCoDE (strategies) and DIRT (business models) and testing it on the Digital Music ecosystems, I realized my model is not just about … Continue reading
Being active in mobile for more than 9 years, on carrier, agency and media sides, i keep on getting information about this ecosystem. Mobile is seen as revolutionary lately (I just understood the Mobile Kills Dinosaurs analogy from Yves Kallaert), … Continue reading