Posts in Branding
Origins of the Agile Brand

Shifts in consumer behavior and technology have shaped both our relationship with brands, and the way that those brands seek to have relationships with their customers. Branding has followed and will continue to follow the trends and behaviors of the rest of society over time, and we are now on the cusp of a new era of the brand-consumer relationship, which I’m currently tackling in my follow-up to The Agile Brand.

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BrandingGreg Kihlstrom
Agile Companies Understand That Branding is a Relationship

The agile company doesn’t stand behind a rigid set of brand guidelines, and they know that in order to succeed, they must possess genuine corporate values that are demonstrated to their customers in tangible ways. Gone are the days when corporate social responsibility could be a bunch of words printed on a wall, programs listed on a website, but full of empty talk. Customers and employees alike demand more.

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BrandingGreg Kihlstrom
Capitol Communicator: Agile Brands, Agile Marketing & Design Thinking

Agile brands have the agile methodology to thank for their philosophy and approach. Agile’s rise in popularity and subsequent contributions to the world of software and the Web at large are wide-reaching and have changed the way we create and market products and services. The agile approach can be applied to many things other than software development, including marketing, and branding.

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BrandingGreg Kihlstrom