This CEO Report is about tapping into the psychological thought-processes of how great problem-solvers see, interpret and makes sense of being stuck with complexity and what they do (or fail to do) to progress. To uncover these underlying thinking patterns we administered a rigorous and systematic interview approach from clinical psychology called, Repertory Grid Technique (RGT). Our sample consists of fifty (50) seasoned CEOs /Executives spanning a wide range of industry sectors. Seven (7) inherent latent themes emerged from our analysis as to what are the core drivers (habits of mind) that help executives open up the alternatives whenever they find themselves stuck with complexity.
This case study analyzes how Hotel Maurice France succeeded in the competitive luxury hotel market by partnering with the high-end skincare brand Valmont to provide personalized services. At the same time, the case also highlights the trend of expansion strategies and strong alliances in the luxury hotel industry.
This case study discusses how the hotel practice internal marketing strategies, which collaborated with Greentown Group to customize exclusive mooncake gift boxes and promote them to related high-end customers of Greentown. It successfully achieved the mooncake sales target and increased the hotel's revenue.
This case study analyzes how Disney Cruise leveraged its advantages and innovative marketing strategies to release creative videos that attracted widespread attention. As a result, Disney Cruise Line achieved a good performance with $1.6 billion in revenue and $400 million in net profit in the 2019.
This case study discusses how Atour Light Hotel practiced brand concepts, YOL, new retail thinking frameworks, and social hotspots for marketing, successfully increasing the overall revenue of the hotel bar, opening up sales for mojito drinks, and also driving sales of other alcoholic beverages.
This case study discusses how Xi Bei Oat Noodle Village attracted many consumers by innovating their specialty products and turning Valentine's Day into their exclusive holiday, successfully creating a connection between the brand and consumers.
This case study discusses how Airbnb showcased local recommendations from its community and hosts through a 48-hour challenge to create the most suitable accommodation and experience routes for young travelers. The campaign leveraged the personalized travel needs of Generation Z and laid the foundation for Airbnb's market leadership.
This case study discusses how Fantawild Theme Park utilized the short videos and fan effects of Tik Tok and successfully created a phenomenon-level event by implementing customized marketing, multi-channel entry, and influencer interaction strategies, thereby increasing its market share in the industry.
This case study discusses how Tonglu City successfully converted the popularity of a TV program into actual economic benefits while promoting the development of the local homestay industry and rural tourism.
This case study discusses how Huang Bao Che seized the critical opportunity of outbound tourism by creating innovative videos that established emotional connections with potential customers and ultimately led to order conversions. It highlights the importance of personalized services, creative videos, and emotional links in marketing strategies.