We asked five CMOs to share the traits they value the most when interviewing new hires for their marketing teams.
AI has the ability to transform marketer's effectiveness within their organizations and drive revenue like no technology before it. Here's a look at two case studies of brands who are doing just that.
During a Future CMO Club Summit panel, marketers shared how they cut through the clutter of new technology to solve problems and create frictionless customer experiences.
After developing some of the core competencies as a marketing leader, it's time to widen your view and look at how you can excel as a leader of a global brand.
If your company has never used first-party data to target customers across channels or achieved a single view of the customer relationship, it’s time to change the rules of the game.
During a recent virtual roundtable, two CMO Mentors discussed three ways you can elevate your career in order to have a lasting impact on your success as a marketer and leader.
In business today, it isn't enough to have a talented team - you have to have a passionate group of brand champions dedicated to a common goal. That's why I hire for culture and passion, in addition to domain expertise and state-of-the-art skills.
Each month, we share a top article that CMOs are talking about. Trending this month is a commentary by Mayur Gupta, VP, Growth and Marketing, Spotify, on why multi-channel and omnichannel strategies aren't created equally.
"I'm passionate about developing people because I believe that in marketing -- and just about any other field -- the combination of great talent and culture is essential to competitive advantage. I have long believed that we can achieve better results not through structure and process, but through the skill and talent of people working together in a strong culture."
Jon Iwata, SVP, Marketing and Communications at IBM and Future CMO Club Advisor
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During this roundtable, Cammie Dunaway will be sharing her perspectives on how to assemble an amazing, engaged, and dynamic marketing team!See all
"Ideas can come from unexpected places or random, totally unrelated discussions. Being open to change makes one a stronger marketer because change is all around us."
We asked Karina to give marketers another title to describe what they really do. Her response? Think-Tank Deep Diver.