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The Integrated Planning System

Rowan Hetherington
Digital Business Transformation Professional
IBM Corporate Marketing
Contents




    1. Why we need to re-imagine marketing
    2. The Integrated Planning System: Five steps to ensure your marketing
       plan remains effective within the ever-evolving digital environment
    3. Systemic changes required to enable the Integrated Planning System



    Appendix
       – Resources and sources




2                                                                   © 2012 IBM Corporation
1. Why we need to re-imagine marketing

  A paradigm shift has occurred in communication




         From                            To

         Channel                         Network

         Mass consumption                Mass participation

         Institutional mediation         Social mediation

         Content scarcity                Content abundance

         Attention abundance             Attention scarcity

         Asynchronous                    Real-time




                                                              © 2012 IBM Corporation
This has created complexity in the marketing funnel




                                                      © 2012 IBM Corporation
Old marketing concepts can limit our ability to adjust:

1. Structural distinction between ‘Above the line’ and ‘Below the line’
2. Disciplines and media should be measured in different ways
3. Activity is made up of one off push ‘campaigns’
4. Segmentation is by demographics




“The real creative and planning issue is what attitudinal and behavioural change(s) are
     you trying to bring about? What matters is the total communication effect to be
       achieved and how this converts into business results.” ~ American Express
                                                                            © 2012 IBM Corporation
Example of an integrated team:
                                                   External
 IBM Cloud team                                    Comms
                                     Analyst                     Inside Sales
                                     Relations




                        Design Lab                                          Cloud SMEs




                                                                           Corporate
                         GTS
                                                                           Advertising

“Failure to include all
  corporate functions and
  communication channels in
  planning sub-optimises          ITSO                            Corporate
                                                 Marketing        Social
  performance” ~ Media                           (cross-brand)
  Neutral Planning Group
                                                                                © 2012 IBM Corporation
2. The Integrated Planning System




                                    © 2012 IBM Corporation
Inputs



Country Digital Landscape: Each country has unique digital usage and behaviors which
provide context to any digital planning activity.


Marketing Business Priorities: These should be a key determinant of the objective and
selected constituency segment.


Digital Readiness Assessment: In the context of planning, the readiness assessment is
about understanding the level of resources, skills, capabilities and digital maturity of the
team and the team’s practices – so that the engagement plan you build is feasible. Local
results can be compared against the digital landscape to understand where the biggest
opportunities and gaps are.


Corporate Strategy: This should provide strategic intent to every plan and activity.




                                                                                  © 2012 IBM Corporation
The importance of objectives




      "Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
         The Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to
                         Alice: I don't much care where.
            The Cat: Then it doesn't much matter which way you go."
                 ~ Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, 1865




                                                                       © 2012 IBM Corporation
What is ‘Constituency’? (segmentation)


 A constituency is a group of people who identify themselves as a group based
  upon their shared interests, beliefs, ambitions, or challenges (i.e.
  psychographics).


 “Constituency” is not meant to replace “audience” – it is a different
  concept. Audience-based marketing and communications approaches are still
  useful.


 Building constituency goes beyond reaching audiences. It gets to how a
  company establishes shared attraction and shared values: how it shapes not
  just common ground, but a deeper, enduring, shared idea.

 Audiences tend to be passive recipients, defined only by demographics and
  subjected to interruption by messaging. They must be provoked to change.
  Meanwhile, a constituency is an active group with shared interests, beliefs,
  ambitions or challenges – constituencies often seek change.
                                                                         © 2012 IBM Corporation
Listening: monitoring, aggregation and analysis of online conversation




      Monitoring                      Mining               Identify influencers                  Insights                    Measure

Objective:                   Objectives:                  Objectives:                    Objective:                   Objective:
Monitor and manage           Mine social media for        Identify who the influential   Find out how many people     Measure how an ad
potential negative           sales leads.                 people are in your industry    are talking about specific   campaign, product launch
comments about your                                                                      keywords online,             or social initiative has
brand online                 Enable IBM sellers to find   Discover what is being         understand natural           impacted the way people
                             ready prospects / clients    said about your                language used in             talk about your brand online
Outcome:                     and stay connected to        competitors                    conversation, where they
Identify potential PR        them                                                        are talking, and what they   Outcomes:
issues or disgruntled                                     Outcomes:                      are saying                   Demonstrate a campaign
prospects / clients so you   Outcomes:                    Identify bloggers,                                          has caused more people to
can react and attempt to     Generate leads               journalists, etc., to reach    Outcomes:                    mention your brand
fix the problems before                                   out to build & nurture         Develop insight into your
they are widespread          Make it easy for             relationships, potentially     target constituencies        Demonstrate a campaign
                             customers to find our        create brand advocacy                                       has changed peoples’
                             sellers in social media                                     Help inform positioning,     opinions of your brand
                                                          Learn what people think        strategy and search terms
                             Enable prospects / clients   differentiates your brand      for owned, earned, paid      Benchmark level of
                             to perceive IBM as “tech     from competitors               content                      influence of IBMers and
                             savvy” and “easy to do                                                                   external influencers
                             business with                Identify IBM emerging          Inform where your brand /
                                                          influencers                    engagement should be
                                                                                         online (media/PR, etc.)

                                                                                                                                © 2012 IBM Corporation
Listening Example: North America Intelligent Listening pilot
                                                                           Mining




Objectives: Drive sales by mining social media for sales leads
Enable IBM sellers to find ready customers and stay connected to customers.
Make it easy for customers to find our sellers in social media.
Help customers perceive IBM as “tech savvy” and “easy to do business with”.




  The NA pilot generated:
  • 2009: $2.3 M in OI with 29 leads
  • 2010: $6.7M in OI and $357K wins had over 1,000 discussions



                                                                      © 2012 IBM Corporation
The Management Plan

  What resources do we need? (staff and/or funding)
  Do we need to limit the scope of the plan to make it realistic, based on resources
   available? (think big, start small, iterate)
  Who will do what?
  What skills do the team need (who needs to be enabled on what)?
  How should the cross-functional team integrate (what new behaviors / norms are
   required)?
  What will be done, how and when?
  Is it necessary to prioritize? (if so, you may want to refer back to the Business
   Priorities, one of the Inputs)
  What are the blockers and how will we overcome them?
  Are the objectives truly SMART? (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant,
   Time-bound)
  How often will we iterate? What data will we base iterations on? How can we
   ensure / improve the quality of that data?
                                                                           © 2012 IBM Corporation
3. Systemic changes required to enable the Integrated Planning System

If changes are made to any of the subsystems of the marketing system, the other
subsystems must be adjusted to fit




                                       People


 Business need                                                    Transformation of
 to re-imagine         Strategy                     Processes     marketing
 marketing
                                                                  Improved client
 Marketing                                                        experience
 objectives
                                                                  Marketing results
                           Platforms            Policies




   Inputs                         Marketing system                  Outputs
                                                                       © 2012 IBM Corporation
In summary




    1. Why we need to re-imagine marketing
    2. The Integrated Planning System: Five steps to ensure your marketing
       plan remains effective within the ever-evolving digital environment
    3. Systemic changes required to enable the Integrated Planning System



    Appendix
       – Resources and sources




                                                                    © 2012 IBM Corporation
Appendix




Resources:
•IBM’s marketing solution portfolio addresses the emerging CMO needs (slide 19)
•IBM CMO Study: Register to download the global study, along with an Australian
perspective: http://ibm.co/S29SGj



Sources:
• IBM
• Media neutral planning best practice group http://www.cfim.co.uk/index.php?pgId=1




                                                                                  © 2012 IBM Corporation
IBM’s marketing solution portfolio addresses the emerging CMO needs


                         IBM Smarter Marketing   Primary IBM Products and                Typical Challenges
                             Solution Areas               Services                           Addressed

                                                                                 • Large amount of real time, disparate,
                                                                                   unstructured data to collect, analyze and
                          Customer Analytics                                       manage.
                                                                                 • Make informed decisions, identify potential
                                                                       IBM GBS     trends and opportunities to improve.
Marketing Strategy and




                                                                                 • Integrate offline and online customer data.
                                                                                 • Relevant experience across all channels.
                                                                                 •
   Transformation




                         Customer Experience                                       Maximize response rates.
                                                                                 • Define next best / most relevant action.
                           and Engagement                                        • Maximize website conversions and improve
                                                                       IBM GBS     search results/rankings.
                                                                                 • Improve ad and paid search ROI.


                                                                                 • Impact of collaboration and influence through
                          Social Marketing                                         social networking on organizations.
                          and Collaboration                                      • Social as effective channel.
                                                                       IBM GBS


                                                                                 • Demonstrate marketing performance and
                                                                                   returns.
                             Marketing                                           • Optimize budget allocation.
                            Performance                                          • Manage audience fragmentation
                            Optimization                               IBM GBS

                                                                                                           © 2012 IBM Corporation
Comments or questions?
  Please contact Rowan Hetherington
           @RoHetherington
          rowan.typepad.com
   rowanhetherington@au1.ibm.com

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The Integrated Planning System - Presentation for FUNNEL B2B Marketing event, Sydney 2012

  • 1. The Integrated Planning System Rowan Hetherington Digital Business Transformation Professional IBM Corporate Marketing
  • 2. Contents 1. Why we need to re-imagine marketing 2. The Integrated Planning System: Five steps to ensure your marketing plan remains effective within the ever-evolving digital environment 3. Systemic changes required to enable the Integrated Planning System Appendix – Resources and sources 2 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 3. 1. Why we need to re-imagine marketing A paradigm shift has occurred in communication From To Channel Network Mass consumption Mass participation Institutional mediation Social mediation Content scarcity Content abundance Attention abundance Attention scarcity Asynchronous Real-time © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 4. This has created complexity in the marketing funnel © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 5. Old marketing concepts can limit our ability to adjust: 1. Structural distinction between ‘Above the line’ and ‘Below the line’ 2. Disciplines and media should be measured in different ways 3. Activity is made up of one off push ‘campaigns’ 4. Segmentation is by demographics “The real creative and planning issue is what attitudinal and behavioural change(s) are you trying to bring about? What matters is the total communication effect to be achieved and how this converts into business results.” ~ American Express © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 6. Example of an integrated team: External IBM Cloud team Comms Analyst Inside Sales Relations Design Lab Cloud SMEs Corporate GTS Advertising “Failure to include all corporate functions and communication channels in planning sub-optimises ITSO Corporate Marketing Social performance” ~ Media (cross-brand) Neutral Planning Group © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 7. 2. The Integrated Planning System © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 8. Inputs Country Digital Landscape: Each country has unique digital usage and behaviors which provide context to any digital planning activity. Marketing Business Priorities: These should be a key determinant of the objective and selected constituency segment. Digital Readiness Assessment: In the context of planning, the readiness assessment is about understanding the level of resources, skills, capabilities and digital maturity of the team and the team’s practices – so that the engagement plan you build is feasible. Local results can be compared against the digital landscape to understand where the biggest opportunities and gaps are. Corporate Strategy: This should provide strategic intent to every plan and activity. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 9. The importance of objectives "Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here? The Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to Alice: I don't much care where. The Cat: Then it doesn't much matter which way you go." ~ Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, 1865 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 10. What is ‘Constituency’? (segmentation)  A constituency is a group of people who identify themselves as a group based upon their shared interests, beliefs, ambitions, or challenges (i.e. psychographics).  “Constituency” is not meant to replace “audience” – it is a different concept. Audience-based marketing and communications approaches are still useful.  Building constituency goes beyond reaching audiences. It gets to how a company establishes shared attraction and shared values: how it shapes not just common ground, but a deeper, enduring, shared idea.  Audiences tend to be passive recipients, defined only by demographics and subjected to interruption by messaging. They must be provoked to change. Meanwhile, a constituency is an active group with shared interests, beliefs, ambitions or challenges – constituencies often seek change. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 11. Listening: monitoring, aggregation and analysis of online conversation Monitoring Mining Identify influencers Insights Measure Objective: Objectives: Objectives: Objective: Objective: Monitor and manage Mine social media for Identify who the influential Find out how many people Measure how an ad potential negative sales leads. people are in your industry are talking about specific campaign, product launch comments about your keywords online, or social initiative has brand online Enable IBM sellers to find Discover what is being understand natural impacted the way people ready prospects / clients said about your language used in talk about your brand online Outcome: and stay connected to competitors conversation, where they Identify potential PR them are talking, and what they Outcomes: issues or disgruntled Outcomes: are saying Demonstrate a campaign prospects / clients so you Outcomes: Identify bloggers, has caused more people to can react and attempt to Generate leads journalists, etc., to reach Outcomes: mention your brand fix the problems before out to build & nurture Develop insight into your they are widespread Make it easy for relationships, potentially target constituencies Demonstrate a campaign customers to find our create brand advocacy has changed peoples’ sellers in social media Help inform positioning, opinions of your brand Learn what people think strategy and search terms Enable prospects / clients differentiates your brand for owned, earned, paid Benchmark level of to perceive IBM as “tech from competitors content influence of IBMers and savvy” and “easy to do external influencers business with Identify IBM emerging Inform where your brand / influencers engagement should be online (media/PR, etc.) © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 12. Listening Example: North America Intelligent Listening pilot Mining Objectives: Drive sales by mining social media for sales leads Enable IBM sellers to find ready customers and stay connected to customers. Make it easy for customers to find our sellers in social media. Help customers perceive IBM as “tech savvy” and “easy to do business with”. The NA pilot generated: • 2009: $2.3 M in OI with 29 leads • 2010: $6.7M in OI and $357K wins had over 1,000 discussions © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 13. The Management Plan  What resources do we need? (staff and/or funding)  Do we need to limit the scope of the plan to make it realistic, based on resources available? (think big, start small, iterate)  Who will do what?  What skills do the team need (who needs to be enabled on what)?  How should the cross-functional team integrate (what new behaviors / norms are required)?  What will be done, how and when?  Is it necessary to prioritize? (if so, you may want to refer back to the Business Priorities, one of the Inputs)  What are the blockers and how will we overcome them?  Are the objectives truly SMART? (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound)  How often will we iterate? What data will we base iterations on? How can we ensure / improve the quality of that data? © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 14. 3. Systemic changes required to enable the Integrated Planning System If changes are made to any of the subsystems of the marketing system, the other subsystems must be adjusted to fit People Business need Transformation of to re-imagine Strategy Processes marketing marketing Improved client Marketing experience objectives Marketing results Platforms Policies Inputs Marketing system Outputs © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 15. In summary 1. Why we need to re-imagine marketing 2. The Integrated Planning System: Five steps to ensure your marketing plan remains effective within the ever-evolving digital environment 3. Systemic changes required to enable the Integrated Planning System Appendix – Resources and sources © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 16. Appendix Resources: •IBM’s marketing solution portfolio addresses the emerging CMO needs (slide 19) •IBM CMO Study: Register to download the global study, along with an Australian perspective: http://ibm.co/S29SGj Sources: • IBM • Media neutral planning best practice group http://www.cfim.co.uk/index.php?pgId=1 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 17. IBM’s marketing solution portfolio addresses the emerging CMO needs IBM Smarter Marketing Primary IBM Products and Typical Challenges Solution Areas Services Addressed • Large amount of real time, disparate, unstructured data to collect, analyze and Customer Analytics manage. • Make informed decisions, identify potential IBM GBS trends and opportunities to improve. Marketing Strategy and • Integrate offline and online customer data. • Relevant experience across all channels. • Transformation Customer Experience Maximize response rates. • Define next best / most relevant action. and Engagement • Maximize website conversions and improve IBM GBS search results/rankings. • Improve ad and paid search ROI. • Impact of collaboration and influence through Social Marketing social networking on organizations. and Collaboration • Social as effective channel. IBM GBS • Demonstrate marketing performance and returns. Marketing • Optimize budget allocation. Performance • Manage audience fragmentation Optimization IBM GBS © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 18. Comments or questions? Please contact Rowan Hetherington @RoHetherington rowan.typepad.com rowanhetherington@au1.ibm.com

Hinweis der Redaktion

  1. I’m going to talk first about the external environment, then what that means for the marketing funnel, and lastly, what that means for our marketing mindsets. There are several external drivers for change that impact what effective Marketing looks like today. These include the emergence of Web 2.0 and social media, changes in how prospects/clients source information, make decisions and are influenced. We now live in a hyper-networked, real time world of mass participation in product design, development, marketing, information distribution, and sales, in which trust and therefore value creation is often mediated through social relationships - and the scarce commodity is attention.
  2. Typical marketing funnels, like the one shown at the top are largely based on a groundbreaking article from 1961 by American academics Lavidge and Steiner. 1961 was before my time – but I’m told that in 1961 there were 3 television networks in the US. Clearly a lot has changed in the marketing landscape since then. The ‘new funnel’ represented below shows the impact of peer reviews, competitive alternatives, recommendations from peers and user-generated content. Does anyone feel overwhelmed by this new ‘funnel’ (if you can even call it that)? Well you’re not alone - IBM’s latest CMO study reported an overwhelming consensus from conversations with CMOs worldwide (More than 1,700 CMOs from 64 countries). The vast majority of CMOs are concerned about the growing complexity of the landscape and believe there are three key areas for improvement. They must understand and deliver value to empowered customers; create lasting relationships with those customers; and measure marketing’s contribution to the business in relevant, quantifiable terms. Before I talk about what the integrated planning system, I want to address a some pervasive, limiting marketing concepts that can keep us stuck in old world thinking, limit our ability to think systematically and create highly effective and engaging marketing experiences
  3. Elephant – chained as a baby by a small rope learns it cannot break free. Metaphor for marketers today: our imaginations and practices are to some degree bound by what WAS possible, rather than what is possible today. So what should we be focusing on? AMEX quote. AMEX quote: “Total communication effect” requires an integrated team…
  4. I won’t go through each of the disciplines in the blue circles (IBM has a lot of disciplines & acronyms) – but you will see all areas of marketing, sales, consultants, design teams, corporate social and subject matter experts coming together to create an integrated client experience. The key is that all these parts of the organisation are involved upfront in planning, and if agencies are used – that those agencies are all included at the initial briefing stage. This integrated team is a pre-requisite for the Integrated Planning System I am about to talk you through. I designed this system while in the digital and social strategy team for IBM’s marketing and communications practice. It is used in the internal digital strategy workshops run around the world – as well as in our guidance materials.
  5. The Integrated Planning System comprises a cycle of steps that will enable you to choose the most relevant mix of content types, engagement tactics, media types, and platforms, in order to build a plan that is highly relevant to your constituency segment - and produce improved results over time . Essentially, this system is a series of steps that enables us to navigate the complexity of today’s marketing environment: Inputs to planning Defining the Objectives and the Constituents – and listening to them Building the engagement plan Executing and measuring the plan Analysing the results and iterating. Lets go back a step – why are all these steps necessary? Why can’t we jump straight into implementing tactics? Where there used to be a small number of main media choices (TV, radio, print etc), we are now faced with literally thousands of potential ways to engage with a target segment of people – including a growing number of digital touchpoints, which I believe should almost always be the central ongoing baseline in a modern plan. Inputs: Country Digital Landscape: Each country has unique digital usage and behaviors which provide context to any digital planning activity. Digital Landscapes were developed prior to each Digital Strategy Workshop I ran for IBM and they were found to be highly educational to the local teams Generally approximately 40 slides, covering significant areas of digital Landscape provide a way to identify gaps and opportunities as well as maintain up to date knowledge and understanding of the ever changing market environment. Business priorities: What are the overall business goals and your Marketing Leader’s priorities? What is the one most important priority to start with? If resources are sufficient, more than one Business Priority (Input) could be addressed at one time. Digital Readiness Assessment (shown on next slide) Supporting insights from Media Neutral Planning group: Objectives: “Lack of a governing idea for the communications spectrum diminishes performance, again surprisingly common“ Analytics: “There is an increasing pressure to demonstrate ROI”, “Planning and evaluation tools based on individualised communication disciplines do not reflect present planning and evaluation needs and bar inter-discipline planning and learning“ Iteration: “Success requires maximum efficiency and effectiveness” On that page you will also find a link to a short series of questions designed to help you get value from each step in the cycle. You can use these questions to assess a current quarterly plan or improve a plan you are about to build.
  6. At IBM, each major country completes a digital readines assessment every six months. It contains 65 multiple choice questions, with answers from A-D, A representing low maturity, D representing the future digital state (educational). The answers are placed into an online tool and results are then pulled for each country.
  7. Audience – often defined purely by demographics (e.g. age, postcode, job title) Mass communication. Impersonal. Constituency – definition includes psychographics (and sometimes behaviourgraphics) Niche communications. Co-created, highly targeted, highly relevant – likely to: Generate higher yield Create new opportunities (business development / growth)
  8. ‘ Listening’ is an important part of any engagement / conversation. You need to understand what your target audience / constituency is saying, in order to provide high quality value and relevant responses. Listening can of course happen via any medium – face to face at an event or in a one on one meeting between seller and client, via a telephone call, via a survey (where you ask people to provide their thoughts on a specific topic), via a web poll, an online jam, or via ‘tuning in’ to the conversations happening 24/7 on the public web. On the public web, listening can also be called social media research OR social intelligence. This includes: Gathering online conversation via Web scraping tools: scanning news sites, blogs, microblogs and message boards, social networks Gauge overall volume, flow, sourcing, and sentiment of conversations Synthesizing conversational excerpts into overarching insights to identify opportunities Listening can fulfill multiple objectives: Crisis monitoring (real-time listening tool and designated personnel required) Enable you to mine leads Identify most vocal/influential participants to the conversations (internal and external infuencers) Deepen understanding of target audience: allowing us to develop insight into their interests, beliefs, ambitions. This includes u nderstanding the words your target audience / constituency use (informing search keyword selection and copy, as well as creative messaging and content, to enhance SEO). Identify the channels and media where our target audience is conversing ( Websites or communities – who you can partner with and where to engage audience ) Measure the amount of conversation around a topic and related sentiment – develop a baseline, then gauging penetration of and reactions to a campaign, product launch, social media initiative etc. This can form part of ongoing analytics. Indicators to Measure: Preference: Attitudes and disposition (favorable and unfavorable) around IBM Action: Behaviors of IBM’ers and constituents Influence: Identify individuals impacting and driving social conversations around our brands Reach: Viral impact of engagement strategies Overall: Audience insights inform marketing and communications strategies – listening forms a key part of the insights generation phase of constituency planning and also the measurement of efforts on an ongoing basis. (Benchmark and continuously measure the effects of our engagement with our constituency )
  9. Objectives: Mine social media for sales leads. Enable IBM sellers to find ready customers and stay connected to them Outcome: Generate leads Make it easy for customers to find our sellers in social media Enable customers to perceive IBM as “tech savvy” and “easy to do business with In 2009, in NA, a pilot was started by WW ibm.com to test: If social media could be used to discover opportunities? Yes! If we could identify potential leads in social media? Yes! If we could develop best practices for successful participation? Yes! If we could learn how to move from engagement to sale? Yes! If we could assess the ROI? Yes! If it could drive leads and sales? Yes! Intelligent Listening Program recognized internally as innovative Intelligent Listening was the 1 st coordinated activity to get sellers to mine for opportunities & respond to these posts in social media. A multi-locale, multi-brand program - coordinated centrally by WW, but managed locally. Recognized as innovative and funded by STG, SWG, ITS & GB. Build skills on the sales team: The program offers training & support -- proven methodologies, key words, best practices and metrics tracking. Sources: Twitter, LinkedIn, IT forums Recognized externally as innovative Case Study: How IBM Uncovers “Millions of Dollars” Worth of Sales Leads with Social Media, eMarketer , April 2010 Evidence that Social Media Really Does Drive Sales Evidence that Social Media Really Does Drive Sales, The Next Web , Sept 2010
  10. The Management Plan is the flip side of the coin from the engagement plan – each side depends on the other.
  11. People Roles : A senior, cross functional leader is required to bring together all the parties needed to create and implement the engagement and management plan for each key business objective. Support mechanisms for this role are likely to be helpful. Skills : New skills are likely to be required to create and implement this type of plan. This may involve definition of new skills for each discipline within Marketing, learning activities, cultural change and staff changes . Processes The Integrated Planning System could be viewed as a process – and there are many more detailed execution processes. The completion of a readiness assessment is in itself a process. For these processes to work, the other changes must be in place. Platforms Communities of Practice (CoP) can be useful coordination and integration mechanisms. Information management platforms are increasingly important when large cross functional teams work together and need to share information and assets. Marketing technologies are required to gather and sort data and automate CRM where possible. Policies KPIs (for example within the Readiness Assessment) are likely to be helpful. Social media policies are critical if social media is being used: who can use it and how? Teams must be aware of policies regarding use of lists, public information (for example from listening), opt-in and privacy laws . Guidance on these topics for marketing teams may need to be updated in the context of the rapidly changing external environment.
  12. Learn more about IBM’s Enterprise Market Management tools and how clients globally are using them: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/marketing-solutions/cafe/