Cmo50

CMO50 2016 #23: Nick Reynolds

There are 3 million commercial IT professionals in Asia-Pacific making or influencing buying decisions, according to Lenovo’s Asia-Pacific marketing leader, Nick Reynolds.

CMO50 2016 #26-50: Col Kennedy, Cotton On

For former Cotton On global head of marketing and ecommerce, Col Kennedy, two components underpinned the way he fostered a customer-led approach at the fashion retailer.

CMO50 2016: #25: Michael Laxton

Over the past 18 months, Fairfax’s Michael Laxton has worked to realigned business processes to ensure the media owner’s end customer – its audience – is at the centre of all activity programs.

CMO50 2016 #14: Tyron Hayes

Curtin University’s CMO believes that if you stop learning, you start losing. “In marketing and education, it’s critical to continually sharpen the saw in order to be more effective and continue to innovate,” he says.

CMO50 2016: #21: Lisa Ronson

A key metric Lisa Ronson uses to demonstrate the effectiveness of marketing with her c-suite peers at Tourism Australia is “living up to our vision to be the most desirable and memorable destination on Earth”.

CMO50 2016 #4: Lisa Winn, Coca-Cola South Pacific

​A gentle nudge by a concerned university professor changed Lisa Winn’s career path. The Kiwi-born marketing professional, who is the marketing director of Coca Cola South Pacific, says this ‘pivotal moment’ changed the course of her life.

CMO50 2016 #26-50: John Moore, Bupa A/NZ

There’s a holistic change going on at Bupa to focus on customers’ health and care needs. “We’ve really seen a shift in our strategy over the last 12 months to position Bupa as a leader in health and care and to be loved by our customers,” marketing director, John Moore, says.

Leadership

Where are they now: Rapid CMO turnover and the CMO50

Marketing might be steadily gaining ground in the c-suite, but the relatively short lifespan of the CMO when they reach this position shows there’s plenty of volatility around the role globally and locally.

Leadership

Get your CMO50 nominations in now

There’s not long left before CMO50 nominations close, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to have your innovative and modern marketing leadership celebrated.

CMO50 2015: Leaders in diversity

If there’s one thing CMO’s inaugural CMO50 list showcases about Australia’s marketing leaders, it’s that they have a desire to take charge of change, and are willing to extend their knowledge, teams and transform their organisations to make it happen.

Leadership

The inaugural CMO50 list is revealed

When IDG launched CMO as a brand in early 2013, marketers globally were already in the midst of significant change. Every which way you looked at it, marketing was experiencing a shake-up - in opportunity, in complexity and in executive expectation.

CMO50 #1: Mark Reinke, Suncorp

Marketing can no longer just be measured on growing today’s businesses, it is ultimately accountable for whether organisations will survive in future, according to Suncorp’s customer, marketing and data leader, Mark Reinke.

CMO50 #21: Tim Tez, MetLife

How Tim Tez is helping propel digital and customer-led transformation as the insurance group's first chief product and marketing officer.

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