Simon Mainwaring Quotes and its meanings

Simon Mainwaring has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

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What does Simon Mainwaring write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Simon Mainwaring?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Simon Mainwaring.

  • Non-disclosure in the Internet Age is quickly perceived as a breach of trust. Government, corporations and each of us as individuals must recalibrate how we live and share our lives appropriate to the information now available and the expectations of others.
  • There is a fundamental shift that social media necessitates in business today - the need to transition from 'Me First' to 'We First' thinking.
  • The leverage and influence social media gives citizens are rapidly spreading into the business world.
  • Not since the digital revolution in the early '90s has technology placed such a comprehensive burden on business, employees and individuals to reinvent their business plans, services and products, and themselves to keep pace with the changing marketplace.
  • The new dynamics between brands and consumers, driven by social media, are proving to be a powerful impetus for change.
  • Effectively, change is almost impossible without industry-wide collaboration, cooperation and consensus.
  • What is sure is that technological change is accelerating in all directions and, like children playing in a fountain, consumers are reveling in the experience.
  • Brands must have a point of view on that purposeful engagement, whether it's directed towards the environment, poverty, water as a resource or causes such as breast cancer or education. Merely declaring your commitment to a category or cause will not be enough the distinguish your brand sufficiently to see a return on these well-intended efforts.
  • When people align around shared political, social, economic or environmental values, and take collective action, thinking and behavior that compromises the lives of millions of people around the world can truly change.
  • More and more companies are reaching out to their suppliers and contractors to work jointly on issues of sustainability, environmental responsibility, ethics, and compliance.