Consistently executing and adapting strategies and tactics 'in-market', at scale.
Effective activation and execution of strategy 'in-market' is clearly a source of differential advantage and growth but in fast-moving economic conditions maintaining alignment between strategic plans and tactical operations has never been more challenging or more important in delivering seamless customer experience.
To deliver on this growth agenda activation disciplines must be aligned and operate optimally. One of the first steps in achieving this is adopting a unification mind-set, seeing activation as more than marketing and advertising, channel and distribution management. Overcoming 'functional thinking' is now a strategic imperative for change, transformation and growth.
Winning 'mind-share' and growth opportunity
There are many ways to invest in success, to spend money on channels, product promotions and customer communities, selecting the right partners to 'go to market', improving briefs, campaigns, communications and content marketing. All of these are options, but what underpins successful activation 'in-market'. We believe there are two dominant factors: quickly winning 'mind-share' in target audiences and systematic execution of strategies and tactics focused on commercial and customer outcomes.
We see little difference between strategy and tactics, other than the time it takes to execute them. Our focus is on the disciplines that drive commercial and customer outcomes, revenue, cash flow, margin, intangible asset value and intellectual capital.
Winning 'mind share' and growth opportunity depends on prioritising delivery of economic and emotional value to customers to maximise differential advantage and return This requires efficient, effective orchestration of all 'activation' disciplines like: integrated communications, customer experience management, campaigns, content marketing, channel and distribution management all targeted at specific audiences.
Understanding the commercial efficiency and effectiveness of specific disciplines and the impact they collectively have on customer behaviours and decision making is a critical step toward more systematic capability building. This is a departure from percentage of sales based budgeting toward outcomes and growth based budgeting, allocating resource and investment to disciplines that drive most commercial and customer value.
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