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2016-09-22 10:00:00 2016-09-22 11:00:00 Chaos Wrangling: The Latest Addition to the CMO To-Do List In today's expanding marketing landscape, the chief marketing officer is faced with sheer chaos that must be tamed for better business. CMO Council cmoteam@cmocouncil.org
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Chaos Wrangling: The Latest Addition to the CMO To-Do List

September 22, 2016 10:00 AM

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In today’s expanding marketing landscape—not to mention today’s increasingly complex matrix known as the customer journey—the chief marketing officer is faced with sheer and unadulterated chaos. From the multiplying channels that our customers are defining as their most valued to the massive amounts of customer data and intelligence flooding (i.e., clogging) our analytics and intelligence systems, CMOs must wrangle and tame the complexity in order to make better decisions faster and have true visibility and transparency into performance, outcomes and value to the business.

Unfortunately, the old standards of marketing operations no longer apply, and new approaches, alignments and agility must be included. To delve into the issues of chaos, operations and the mandates to make bold business decisions, the CMO Council, in partnership with Aprimo, will host a one-hour interactive webcast to discuss the complexities and opportunities of modern marketing management. Among the topics to be discussed are:

  • How to deliver marketing results at scale with total accountability and transparency in operations
  • Best practices to create order from chaos, bringing actionable insights from marketing programs to enhance results and prove ROI

Joining the CMO Council for this best-practice dialogue will be brand leaders who are transforming the chaos across the organization, as well as marketing operations experts who will share examples of where and how transformation can help tame the chaos and turn it into a profitable process.

For any additional questions or more information, please contact Ashley Haight at ahaight@cmocouncil.org.