predictions

Things Are Not Always as Simple as They Seem

by: George Silverman

The New Hampshire Primary is a cautionary marketing tale.

The polls missed the Clinton victory by a mile yesterday, yet they were right on target with the McCain victory. Why?

No one knows exactly what happened for sure yet, but several possibilities illustrate some of the pitfalls in marketing research.

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WOM Lessons of Windows on Intel Mac

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The Real Alternate Reality in Future Social Networks

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The Future of the Industrial Design Discipline

by: Design Translator

Every once a while I like to look back to see what sort of trend predictions research companies made, that have come true. In 2002, some clever researches from British Telecom published in BTexec that in 5 years time, ie 2007, lifestyle brands will dominate. I must say unlike many other predictions these researchers were right on the money.

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A Few 2008 Predictions (Not Exhaustive) and Happy New Year to You All!

by: Idris Mootee

I guess this is the time to make some predictions. This is by no means
exhaustive and some are more important than others. Here they are but
not particular order of importance other than just some random thoughts
at this time of the year in front of my fireplace. If you have some
good ones to add, pls send them this way.

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B-Week Innovation Predictions 2008 - Some Thoughts

by: Idris Mootee

I just finished reading Business Week' s latest "Innovation Predictions 2008" and there are 3 things that I am interested most since they resonate with what my company is doing and my personal interest. Let's look at those three:

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Future Scenarios 2010

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The M.I.A. Predictions

by: C. Sven Johnson

I’m not much for official predictions, so I won’t bother to make any
such announcements here. From my perspective, most people posting
prediction lists haven’t really given those predictions sufficient
thought and are either doing it because everyone else is (which is
somewhat at odds with making worthwhile predictions in the first place,
afaic) and/or because they think it’ll drive traffic to their website
(which again plays to the “color inside the lines” crowd mentality).

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