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Learn how an agile approach to marketing management may be the single most valuable decision your organization can make. Plus, examples of successful agile marketing for content marketing, social ...

Learn how an agile approach to marketing management may be the single most valuable decision your organization can make. Plus, examples of successful agile marketing for content marketing, social media & conversion optimization.

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    • Agile Marketingby Scott Brinker @chiefmartec
    • Do you like multiplication?
    • Multiplication of touchpoints.
    • Multiplication of content.
    • Multiplication of devices.
    • Multiplication of technologies.
    • Multiplication of data.
    • “There must be a ponyin here somewhere!”
    • Multiplication of ideas.
    • Holy cats!It’s a full-time jobjust keeping up withall the things youshould be keepingup with.
    • Unprecedented scale of change.
    • Unprecedented speed of change.
    • Stop the ride. I’m going to be sick.
    • Sorry, this is the new normal.
    • Real-time marketing.
    • High-metabolism marketing.
    • What’s next? Something even faster?
    • Warp-drive marketing?
    • Is it too late to consider a career changeto something more tranquil?
    • Like a role on Deadliest Catch?
    • TRUE FACT: Commercial Alaskan king crabfisherman have longer average tenure than CMOs.
    • CMO tenure: 4.8 years Source: CMO Survey, February 2013, www.cmosurvey.org
    • But we love marketing.
    • We need a more enlightenedapproach to change.
    • Agile marketing.
    • Buzzworddu jour?
    • Who wouldn’t want to be agile?
    • Little-a agile: an adjective.
    • Big-AAgile: a methodology.
    • Let’s just go with “agile marketing” because shift keys are a pain.
    • “Agile marketing” isapplying agile management methods in the context of marketing.
    • So what is agile management?
    • An iterativeand adaptiveprocess
    • An iterativeand adaptiveprocesswhere small, highly-collaborativeteams
    • An iterativeand adaptiveprocesswhere small, highly-collaborativeteams work in a series of short cycles,
    • An iterativeand adaptiveprocesswhere small, highly-collaborativeteams work in a series of short cycles, incorporating rapid feedback,
    • An iterativeand adaptiveprocesswhere small, highly-collaborativeteams work in a series of short cycles, incorporating rapid feedback, to deliver emergentsolutions,
    • An iterativeand adaptiveprocesswhere small, highly-collaborativeteams work in a series of short cycles, incorporating rapid feedback, to deliver emergentsolutions, emphasizing transparency among all stakeholders.
    • FOUL:Gobbledygookon the stage.
    • An iterativeand adaptiveprocesswhere small, highly-collaborativeteams work in a series of short cycles, incorporating rapid feedback, to deliver emergentsolutions, emphasizing transparency among all stakeholders.
    • An iterative and adaptiveprocesswhere small, highly-collaborative teams work in a series of short cycles, incorporating rapid feedback, to deliver emergent solutions, emphasizing transparency among all stakeholders.
    • A brief history of “agile.”
    • It began with software engineers...
    • “Waterfall” project management.
    • This is a predictive process, not an adaptive one.
    • In the real world, things change.
    • Going back up the waterfall is perilous.
    • There must be a better way.
    • agilemanifesto.org
    • Scrum is the #1 agile framework.
    • An agile task board.
    • Driven by user stories. As a ____(role)_____, I want __(goal/desire)_ so that __(benefit)___.
    • Sprints: 1-4 weeks,4-8 cross-functional people.
    • T-shaped people.
    • The daily 15-minute stand-up.
    • 3 Questions of the Daily Stand-up:1. What did I do yesterday?
    • 3 Questions of the Daily Stand-up:1. What did I do yesterday?2. What am I going to do today?
    • 3 Questions of the Daily Stand-up:1. What did I do yesterday?2. What am I going to do today?3. Are there any impedimentsin my way?
    • Potentially shippable increment.
    • The sprint review.
    • The sprint retrospective.
    • Inspect, adapt, repeat.
    • Benefits of adopting agile:84% Ability to change priorities Source: VersionOne 6th Annual State of Agile Survey
    • Benefits of adopting agile:84% Ability to change priorities77% Improved project visibility Source: VersionOne 6th Annual State of Agile Survey
    • Benefits of adopting agile:84% Ability to change priorities77% Improved project visibility75% Increased productivity Source: VersionOne 6th Annual State of Agile Survey
    • Benefits of adopting agile:84% Ability to change priorities77% Improved project visibility75% Increased productivity72% Improved team morale Source: VersionOne 6th Annual State of Agile Survey
    • Benefits of adopting agile:84% Ability to change priorities77% Improved project visibility75% Increased productivity72% Improved team morale71% Faster time-to-market Source: VersionOne 6th Annual State of Agile Survey
    • What does this have to do with marketing?
    • The marketing planis dead.
    • Who killed themarketing plan?
    • The connected customer.
    • ZMOT: Winning the Zero Moment of Truth, Jim Lecinski
    • Hey, whotwisted upmy funnel?
    • The Cynefin Framework(pronounced ku-nev-in)
    • A Ferrari is complicated.
    • A rainforest is complex.
    • Marketing used to be complicated.
    • Marketing used to be complicated. Now it is complex.
    • This is complex.
    • This is complex.
    • This is complex.
    • From Stretched to Strengthened, IBM Global CMO Study 2011
    • What do you do ina complex environment?
    • Probe, sense, respond.Experiment.
    • That, sir, is a dead marketing plan.
    • The yearly marketing plan process kind of looked like this:
    • “Little strategy” marketing cycles kind of look like this:
    • Could we adaptagile development methodologiesto help us manage complex, modern marketing?
    • Short answer: yes.
    • Agile Development Values
    • Agile Marketing ValuesIndividuals and interactions over processes and tools.
    • Self-organizing teams.High-bandwidthcommunications. Direct customer interactions.
    • Agile Marketing ValuesResponding to changeover following a plan.
    • Respond to market feedback.Avoid “sunk cost” traps.Act on new opportunities.
    • Agile Marketing ValuesRemarkable customer experiencesover formalized internal procedures.
    • Marketing is not manufacturing.“The model is not reality.” Customers don’t see silos.
    • Agile Marketing Values Testing and dataover opinions and conventions.
    • Beware the HiPPO.Seek “validated learning.” Detect when things change.
    • Agile Marketing ValuesMany small experiments over a few large bets.
    • Adaptive and iterative campaignsover “Big Bang” campaigns.Probe, sense, respond. Discovery over prophecy.
    • Agile principles have many advocates.
    • Big data thrives with experimentation.
    • Big Data Generate hypotheses Big Testing Prove cause- and-effect BigExperience Deliver better experiences
    • Agree in principle?How does that translate into practice?
    • If agile developmentdelivers software, what does agile marketing deliver?
    • We ship content!
    • Stories along thebuyer’s journey. As a ___(persona)____, I want __(goal/desire)_ so that __(benefit)___.
    • Marketing missions withsmall, discrete components.
    • Content marketingis great for agile marketing.
    • Social media marketingis great for agile marketing.
    • Web developmentis great for agile marketing.
    • Search engine optimization (SEO)is great for agile marketing.
    • Mobile app developmentis great for agile marketing.
    • Marketing automationis great for agile marketing.
    • PPC advertisingis great for agile marketing.
    • Landing page optimizationis great for agile marketing.
    • Landing page optimizationis great for agile marketing.
    • Mobile landing page optimizationis great for agile marketing.
    • Disclosure: my company sells software for agile production ofamazing landing pages (and more).
    • FOUL:Blatant self-promotion on the stage.
    • Many marketingmissions canbe broken into discrete chunks for iteration and adaptation.
    • How do you get started?
    • Read “Essential Scrum”by Kenneth S. RubinFor softwaredevelopment, but Chapter 2will give you a great high-level explanation ofScrum, and Chapter 3 is oneof the best articulatedarguments for adoptingagile for any executive.
    • Read more specifically about “agile marketing” on the web:http://chiefmartec.com/category/agile-marketing/http://www.agilemarketing.nethttp://www.seomoz.org/blog/agile-marketing-whiteboard-fridayhttp://www.agilemarketingblog.comhttp://agilemarketingmanifesto.orghttp://www.wordstream.com/blog/ws/2012/10/01/agile-marketing-guidehttp://neilperkin.typepad.com/only_dead_fish/agile-planning.htmlhttp://gregmeyer.com/?s=agile+marketing
    • Share and discuss withwith colleagues. Not just marketing: sales, IT, and beyond.
    • Win executive support.
    • Get volunteers for yourfirst agile team.
    • Prepare for acclimation.Modest expectationsfor your first sprints.
    • Focus on being agile,not just doing agile.
    • Brace yourself for resistance.
    • Most sacred cowsare not agile.
    • Why agile adoption fails:52% Inability to change culture Source: VersionOne 6th Annual State of Agile Survey
    • Why agile adoption fails:52% Inability to change culture39% General resistance to change Source: VersionOne 6th Annual State of Agile Survey
    • Why agile adoption fails:52% Inability to change culture39% General resistance to change34% Lack of manager support Source: VersionOne 6th Annual State of Agile Survey
    • “To the uninitiated (and sometimes even to those in the industry), this way of working feels like barely controlled chaos.” February 2013www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Business_Technology/BT_Organization/Competing_in_a_digital_world_Four_lessons_from_the_software_industry_3058
    • Challenge in a Complex Domain “Of primary concern is the temptation to fall back intotraditional command-and-control management styles—to demand fail-safe business plans with defined outcomes.” – David J. Snowden and Mary E. Boone A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making
    • Is it worth it?
    • “Accelerated cycles, increased transparency, and teaming outside the typical organizational boundaries (both within and outside the company) will have great impact.” February 2013www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Business_Technology/BT_Organization/Competing_in_a_digital_world_Four_lessons_from_the_software_industry_3058
    • Punctuated equilibrium.
    • Modern marketingis an Olympic sport.
    • Modern marketingis an Olympic sport. It’s better to be agile.
    • Thank you! Want to reach me?sbrinker@ioninteractive.com Twitter: @chiefmartecMore about agile marketing: http://chiefmartec.comSoftware to help you be agile: http://ioninteractive.com
    • Credits:Inspiration from these brilliant people (and others):Agile Marketing Agile Development And MoreMatt Blumberg Kent Beck David ArmanoJohn Cass Ron Jeffries Brian ClarkJonathon Colman Mitch Lacey Steve DenningFrank Days Robert C. Martin Jim ManziJim Ewel Kenneth S. Rubin Eric RiesNeil Perkin Michael Sahota Peter SimsTodd Shimizu Ken Schwaber David J. SnowdenJascha Kaykas-Wolff Jeff Sutherland Brian Solis
    • Thank you! Want to reach me?sbrinker@ioninteractive.com Twitter: @chiefmartecMore about agile marketing: http://chiefmartec.comSoftware to help you be agile: http://ioninteractive.com