Today’s post concludes a four-part series, A Brand Strategy for the Republican Party — and Your Business Too.  After reviewing in Part One the problem with the way both parties’ brands are currently being used and introducing in Part Two the concept of a “driver brand,” Part Three: A Third Way — Political Parties As Endorser […]

We’re in the midst of a four-part series, A Brand Strategy for the Republican Party — and Your Business Too.  (Once again, I want to be clear that this series is not intended to promote my political views; rather I am trying to advance the conversation about the role of brands.)  Part One: The Problem […]

Yesterday’s post kicked off a four-part series, A Brand Strategy for the Republican Party — and Your Business Too.  As noted yesterday, this is a business post, not a political one.  Part One:  The Problem with Separating Brand from Product, talked about Rand Paul’s declaration during last year’s midterm elections, “The Republican Party brand sucks,” and how candidates […]

The 2015 mayoral election season is upon us and many people may be considering the political strategies of the Democratic and Republican parties. This four-part piece applies a business lens and explores the parties’ brands in a way that reveals implications for all organizations.  (Please note this is not a political post and not intended to […]