Performance management is what will move your Marketing organization from focusing on budget and productivity to focusing on results and accountability. This article suggests three steps to initiate the process.
Perhaps you’ve seen some of the recent industry articles published by Forrester and HBR suggesting that companies need to hire a chief growth officer or a chief customer officer. Why are these new roles emerging as potential replacements when you’ve already invested in a role, your CMO or VP of Marketing, for this very purpose?
Time has a major impact on your productivity. The key is to how to make the best use of your time. This article provides a way to quickly identify whether you’re focusing on the most productive activities. It also explores how to scale and make sure your outsourcing pays off.
The average company regularly utilizes 20+ Marketing Technology (Martech) solutions. Nearly 60% of marketers say they don’t get the most out of the Martech they have. Read this article to learn how the C-Suite can help make Martech investments payoff. Learn four points every CMO should include in a presentation to request more Martech.
Your aim is to produce a video that makes an impact with your audience that aligns with your goals. In order to do this well, you need to go through a creative process that delivers benefits that go beyond the content you’re producing
It is our belief that organic (versus inorganic) growth should be your business priority. Organic growth requires a different approach than inorganic growth. This article explains how segmentation when done well fuels organic growth and three steps to create your segmentation model.
All functions within your organization run on process and Marketing is no exception. Revenue generating processes designed to affect your customer’s buying behavior are especially important to Marketing. Creating quality Marketing processes is a science. These 6 steps come from the well-defined quality process management discipline.
This article presents two very important reasons why your Marketing team needs to be represented in the room when formulating your strategy, and explains why Marketing needs a permanent seat at the table for any strategic business decisions and the cost when your Marketing function is absent from the room.
In business, both Finance and Marketing must work together to enable the organizations success and create value for customers. In music, harmony refers to the extensively developed system of chords and the rules that allow or forbid relations between chords. This article suggests how Finance and Marketing can create harmony for the benefit of both […]
As one of the primary customer-facing functions of your organization, Marketing will inevitably mirror the internal culture. So no matter how well the Marketing formulates a growth strategy, they will only spur success if they exist within a culture of growth.