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"I believe business must rethink its purpose to achieve far better results. We must apply life's lessons — generosity, love, humor, empathy and service — so that business inspires life, and life inspires business."
2013 Cannes Lions Festival
June 16 - 22, Cannes, France
This year at the Cannes Lions Festival, Jim not only will serve as Course Dean of The Cannes Creative Academy for Young Marketers, but he’ll also lead the first-ever CMO Accelerator Programme.Learn More
Learn how Pizza Hut and IBM, among others, are experiencing tremendous growth by living out a clearly defined brand ideal.
—By Ted Kinni reposted with permission from the Winter 2012 issue of strategy+business, published by Booz & Company Inc. Copyright © 2012. All rights reserved.
strategy + business hails "Grow" as one of the best business books of 2012.
—By Matthew Egol, Mary Beth McEuen, and Emily Falk, reprinted with permission from the Autumn 2012 issue of strategy+business, published by Booz & Company Inc. Copyright © 2012. All rights reserved.
Discover how the interaction between companies and consumers helps to shape the social nature of brands.
UCLA Anderson School of Management Dean Judy Olian announced the appointment of Jim Stengel as an adjunct marketing professor.
Jim Stengel, former global marketing officer for Procter & Gamble, has joined the Board of Advisors for MarketShare Partners (MSP), an industry-leading marketing analytics firm headquartered in Los Angeles.
Former global marketing officer for Procter & Gamble launches his post-P&G venture, The Jim Stengel Company, today. The new venture is both a think tank and consultancy that conducts proprietary research, generates thought leadership and applies a new framework to drive business growth in today's global economy.
Listen as Jim describes the day that transformed his perspective on business, in the first of a podcast series by Grant Thornton.
Jim Stengel, former GMO of P&G, the sixth-most-profitable corporation in the world, shares his experience and invaluable advice for brand managers, marketers and the agencies that support them.
Companies are increasingly expected to support the cities where they are based. Jim Stengel discusses many consumers' expectations.