Neil is one of Econsultancy’s most experienced and thought leading consultants. He is the founder of Only Dead Fish, a digital and media consultancy that specialises in applying strategic understanding of emerging media technologies to help businesses innovate, become more agile, and optimise their effectiveness within the new, networked communications environment.
Neil is the author of ‘Building The Agile Business’ (Kogan Page, April 2017), and a regular keynote speaker on organisational agility, digital transformation and digital strategy. He has been named by BIMA (British Interactive Media Association) as one of the most influential people in the UK digital industry for two years in a row.
Neil curates the global quarterly series of Firestarters thought leadership events on behalf of Google and has worked with market-leading global businesses including The Financial Times, BBC, Warner Bros, the UK Government, Samsung and YouTube. He is also an associate of The Futures Agency, a collaboration of some of the world’s leading forward thinkers and futurists and is also the co-founder of the Fraggl Twitter curation app.
1. Introduction This report is designed to provide marketers with practical and essential guidance into all aspects of content strategy. The role of content within marketing and digital marketing practice has never been more important than it is now, but it remains an area of constantly changing practice, with evolving dynamics around technology, content production […]
1. Introduction Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, an increasing number of organisations is ordering their workforces to work from home for the foreseeable future, meaning many businesses and teams are facing new and unprecedented challenges. Econsultancy has created this Best Practice Guide to provide marketers with the essential techniques to empower successful and powerful remote […]
1. Introduction Econsultancy has been conducting research into digital marketing resourcing and structures for almost 10 years. This report is the fourth iteration of this research and represents a major update on the 2015 Digital Marketing: Organisational Structures and Resourcing Best Practice Guide. There have been some fundamental shifts in approaches to resourcing since then […]
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What does increasing digital maturity really mean for how organisations are structuring their digital marketing capability?
In both our 2013 report into Digital Marketing Resourcing, and now in our latest 2015 research, we have tracked the growing assimilation of digital into ‘business as usual’.
What does it mean to be a great leader in the digital age?
There can be little doubt that, with the challenges brought by the increasing impact of disruptive technologies, shifting competitive landscapes and consumer behaviours, organizational leadership is operating in a challenging, and rapidly evolving context.
Who was it who said that we tend to view what’s possible in the future through the lens of the past?
Are the demands of modern marketing creating a re-prioritisation in skills requirements?
Research conducted for Econsultancy’s new Skills of the Modern Marketer Report indicates that marketers are attributing more value than ever to so-called ‘softer skills’, alongside the more traditional vertical expertise that recruiters look for.