Change Management

Leadership

Why you need to design CX change, not just do it

Too many organisations are “doing” before “designing” when it comes to digital and customer transformation, and not going deep enough into insights analysis and cultural change.

Leadership

What CMOs need to do to cope with marketing change management

Digital technology has wrought unprecedented change on marketing, rewriting both the media landscape and the back-end systems and processes that marketers use to reach it. With so much focus on the technologies transforming marketing, it is not surprising managers and employees feel they are scrambling to keep up.

CMO50 2016 #22: Nicole Brasz

It’s been a huge couple of years for Save the Children’s director of marketing and fundraising, Nicole Brasz.

Leadership

Enabling the right business structure for digital transformation

Defining what digital means to your organisation, as well as having guiding principles on the accountability of marketing and IT, are key to digital transformation, according to panellists at the CMO, CIO and ADMA’s Executive Connections event in Melbourne.

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State of the CMO 2018

CMO's State of the CMO is an annual research initiative aimed at understanding how Australian ...

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5 cornerstones of a strong digital culture

Creating a strong company culture may sound like a daunting task, but it’s actually pretty straightforward. In fact, company culture is created in exactly the same fashion as a religion or democracy. Behaviours created from the organisation’s inception are reinforced over time by leadership, attracting like-minded people and eventually reaching critical mass to become an accepted ‘truth’.

Anthony Stevens

Founder and CEO, Digital Asset Ventures

Should you rebuild your company’s tech stack in blockchain?

The question I get asked most regularly these days is: ‘Do I need to rebuild my company’s systems on Blockchain?’ And the answer, every time, is ‘No, you’re asking the wrong question’.

Michelle O'Keeffe

CEO, Engaging.io

Customer value proposition: Getting the brand promise to your customers right

Throughout my career, I have witnessed a litany of brand names that profess to have a unique customer value proposition (CVP). In reality, however, they’ve had little more than a ‘value proposition’: A simple list of benefits applied to a general audience.

Ric Navarro

Global director of marketing and communications, Norman, Disney & Young

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Julia Summer

Wartsila overhauls Web platforms to create ‘seamless’ brand experience across all devices

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RE: Sales and marketing SLAs, often the choke point isn't the teams but them getting the data into the tools they want to use with the da...

Ed Fry

Why sales and marketing alignment is more important than ever

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Former eHarmony marketing chief joins telco startup

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Zenith's innovation leader: Mid-digital age not benefitting media, brands or consumers

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Sebastian Friedrich

Mindshare gets behind blockchain advertising alliance

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