Even though the last couple of blog posts have been some of the most popular I have shared across over here in the last few weeks (Surely, it looks like both Activity Streams, as a powerful method to help reduce information overload, as well as “Filter Bubbles“, seem to be rather hot topics at the moment!), I do realise they are rather lengthy articles, so in order to give you folks a little bit of a break and, why not?, a good breather as well hehe, I thought I would go ahead today for a shorter entry sharing along a link to one of those delightful video clips that one bumps into every so often that surely helps you get things started for the weekend, and with a good message, too! And since we are just a few hours ago from getting ours started, why don’t we just sit back, relax, and start enjoying “The Tale Of The Social Brand“?
It’s a delightful storyline, that lasts for a little bit over four minutes, put together by the always insightful and very inspiring Jemima Gibbons, which describes, quite nicely, two different types of business mentalities: one that we have seen and experienced many of its shortages and pitfalls over the course of decades and another one that clearly defines the future of the corporate world as we know it, if it would want to survive in this 21st century, where everything seems to be more social, engaged, participatory, sustainable, community-driven, ethical, pragmatic, responsible, … touching than ever before!
Pretty nice, don’t you think? Well, after watching this beautifully done video clip, and perhaps still talking about the topic of socially engaged, I would like to leave you folks with a final thought for the weekend … Which brand, which business of the two, would you want to work for eventually? And, most importantly, which one of the two can your own business identify itself the closest with? Is that where you would want to be in, say, 20 to 30 years from now…?
Have a good one everyone!