A year in review exercise can help align our short term objectives with our long term vision. A worthy goal for business leaders.
It’s key for marketers to understand the idea behind the original intention of Customer Success. How do customers define their own success? How do we measure they achieve it? And how can we help them get there?
Do you delegate your habits of business to technology? Or is your use of technology a bad habit? When you can answer what job your business habits do for you, and then delegate that habit to technology, then you really become technology’s master.
A company’s marketing digital transformation project benefits when Marketing is the internal client. As the voice of the customer, Marketers understand why we want to transform what we do and can make sure it is realized.
Setting OKRs is challenging for marketers because our goals often rely on outcomes outside of marketing. We need to collaborate with other teams to create objectives. And isolate marketing attribution in creating our key results.
A turning point isn’t just about the thing that changes everything, it is about the direction we take afterwards. Our responses. Good and bad. While some will always blame others and the events, there is a growing number of people who are making deliberate decisions about their life and work. About how they show up on a day to day basis.
For our marketing portfolio, stepping back to grow, is about taking a periodic look at our business with a critical eye to make tough decisions. Growth isn’t only about what you decide to do. It can be about what you decide to let go of or step away from.
The minute we pick one dashboard tool to rule them all, a new need for data would arise. Our data management is something that needs to evolve as our business evolves. Rather than look to one tool to rule them all, we need to look at consolidating rules to govern our data use.