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Your Next CEO? The Case for Your CMO

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For marketers, the corporate ladder traditionally is missing a rung or two. Climb to the lofty heights of CMO-dom, sure. Oversee a billion-dollar marketing budget, no problem. But run the whole show? That was best left to the masters of finance, operations and business development. “Looking back a bit, it is not surprising that the person who, essentially, managed the advertising …

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Webinar: At the Corner of Create and Collaborate

The future of marketing will require brands to market “with” buyers, not “at” them. Marketing in the 21st century has become a two-way street, with conversation and engagement flowing seamlessly between sellers, buyers, teams, third parties, thought leaders, peers and even competitors. Watch the At the Corner of Create and Collaborate webinar for a look at these trends which are shaping …

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eBook: A CMO’s Guide to Winning Friends and Influencing People

How do you trust, communicate, manage and collaborate with colleagues and partners you never see? For today’s workforce, that’s the new reality, and to stay effective, CMOs must figure out how to build better virtual relationships. A whopping 84 percent of companies now employ remote workforces, and considering marketers are now regular cross-functional collaborators, learning how to build, strengthen and …

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[Webinar] CIO vs. CMO: FIGHT!

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The relationship between the CIO and CMO can be a contentious one at times. CMOs don’t think the IT department moves fast enough or understands their team’s unique needs. And CIOs worry that marketing often circumvents them when making promises to the business and to customers. However, with marketing technology becoming increasingly vital and complex, it can’t be CIO vs. …

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Disruptive Trends in IT Spending

Few lines of business have been disrupted more in recent years than IT. Think of all the technological revolutions that have taken place—mobility, cloud computing, social technologies, SaaS—and realize that it has been IT’s (often thankless) job to research, deploy and integrate these technologies into the workplace. And the disruption continues. IT has always been a cost center, and CIOs …

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