Published By: Resonate
Published Date: Jan 24, 2018
B2C marketers need CMOs and top Customer Insights leadership to guide their teams in driving customer-obsessed strategies. While most think they are, given regular interaction with customers, in reality, most marketing leaders still prioritize internal rubrics over solving actual customer problems.
In this Resonate Webinar, featuring guest, Shar VanBoskirk, VP, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, youíll learn how to transform your marketing team into creators of post-digital brand experiences and leaders of enterprise-wide customer obsession.
Key takeaways will include:
- Why Marketing today is failing
- How emphasis on customer understanding, brand strategy, and brand experience will turn Marketing into the leader in customer strategies for the entire firm
- What Marketing Leadership must do in order to enact, and maintain this shift
Read this white paper to learn the five essential questions CFOs should be asking their controllers. The discussion will enable you and your controller to jointly to establish best practices around:
Visibility and reporting
This white paper reveals data-driven insights to help you create a strategic communications plan that includes: creative, cost-effective incentives promoted through repeated communications, a robust, multi-media digital promotion strategy paired with on-the-ground advocates at all levels, internal leadership participation to encourage adoption
Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: Oct 13, 2011
Today's IT departments must be true business partners, actively engaged in serving internal and external customers, and aligned with company goals. IT leaders discuss how educating and training IT professionals for leadership leads to high-performance, business-savvy tech teams.
This paper highlights the practices and process required to develop leaders internally by building their capabilities, as well as the best practices required to acquire leadership talent from external hires.
Tracking regulatory changes, identifying relevant requirements, and ensuring that proper actions are being taken to ensure compliance can be challenging for organizations of any size or industry. This report by the National Association of Environmental Management (NAEM) offers concrete recommendations you can use to audit, build, or strengthen your EHS compliance management program.
The report, released in August of 2017, is based on in-depth interviews with corporate EHS executives and industry consultants. It offers five key strategies for handling emerging regulations:
Rely on relevant expertise
Tap into technology
Leverage staff capacity to manage risks
Establish strong internal standards
Demonstrate proactive leadership
This paper highlights the practices and process required to develop leaders internally by building their capabilities, as well as the best practices required to acquire leadership talent from external hires by buying that capacity. This "build versus buy" question challenges organizations to think and act holistically across multiple talent management functions.
A CEO scans the competitive landscape, and decides itís time to implement new strategies or to examine internal factors that are limiting growth. With buy-in from senior leadership, the company makes a significant investment in a months-long process designed to yield actionable insights. A few areas may be singled out for a deep-dive examination of how work is performed and where pain points exist. After interviewing employees at various levels, creating detailed documentation, and making recommendations, the company is ready to pilot changes, measure results, and roll out strategies to larger groups of stakeholders.