Susan Weber, founding member of the Marketing Leaders of DC, was recently promoted to EVP and CMO of Walker & Dunlop. Here are her secrets to modern marketing success.
April 16, 2014
Some marketing leaders in these sectors are developing preventive (versus contingent) strategies to thrive in the emerging, ambiguous competitive landscape. Many will barely survive and compete on price; others will invent new approaches to reach customers, build patient communities, and innovate how they deliver services.
Now is the time to explore, identify, and implement proactive marketing strategies. Waiting another 1-2 months may be too late. These are some strategic questions to ask during your next marketing planning meeting:…
What are the biggest threats and pressures we face in today’s volatile political climate and economy?
July 26, 2013
When it comes to conversations with the CEO, marketing leaders are often speaking a different language. Here’s why.
July 11, 2013
It’s not you, it’s them. So put your focus on building strong customer relationships.
June 6, 2013
Was the Buddha an enlightened CMO in disguise?
May 29, 2013
The foodie superstar and host of TV’s No Reservations and Parts Unknown uses a “Grandma rule” to help his brand flourish. It has nothing to do with nagging, and everything to do with how to win fans for life.
May 7, 2013
I’m pleased to invite you to my newest webinar, sponsored by the Marketing Executives Networking Group (MENG). Join us May 16 from 12-1 pm ET for “All the Right Moves: The NEW Rules of the Marketing Dance.”
Here’s why this session could be important to your career and your team…
Just a few years ago, you could thrive as a marketing leader by demonstrating a clear understanding of Marketing’s Four P’s. And you were a star if you could create sexy ad campaigns which drew big crowds.
But those days are gone. The dance-off between creativity and information overload has reached a fever pitch. Today’s marketing leaders are expected to be tech-savvy, data-driven, and strategic. Boards and CEOs want their senior marketing leaders to know more, do more, and get more.