Rigorous Magic: Communication Ideas and Their Application Hardcover – 30 Mar 2007
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"...useful for students of marketing and communication and those seeking to learn to implement communication idea in to practise." ( Gulf Business, Vol. 12/ Issue 7)
a book written by two senior executives of mediaedge:cia that is, in effect, a kind of account planners manual Admap July 2008
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By identifying the different types of ideas out there in the real world of communications, one is able to see quite clearly what is what. It is only when a framework such as proposed in the book is referenced that one can accurately understand where an idea sits, and perhaps more importantly, the implications for communications therein.
The book includes an interesting section on creating a brand - where the authors put to the test their own thinking. I'd be surprised if they or someone else doesn't actually go and create the product.......it is that good the thinking that I am of no doubt that it would be a winner.
Whilst the book doesn't answer the question as to who or what discipline is best placed to generate ideas - perhaps that is the authors intentions not to. One thing is for certain however, this book gives all involved in communications a right to be involved in ideas, regardless of discipline - and should also finally signal the death once and for all of ideas being the sole remit and domain of creative agencies. Thank goodness for that!