3 ways to make your agility during the pandemic a foundational tool for the longterm

To succeed with agile, marketers need to accept imperfection and experiment to fine-tune as you learn more from doing, not just conceptualizing. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. If you liked 3 ways to make your agility during the pandemic a foundational tool for the longterm by Stacey Ackerman Then you’ll love Marketing

Agile estimation techniques help marketers manage workload

Marketers who estimate can be predictable and confident about how much work they can handle and work at a realistic and sustainable level. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. If you liked Agile estimation techniques help marketers manage workload by Stacey Ackerman Then you’ll love Marketing Services Miami

How to build an agile marketing organization without authority

While a lot of marketers who are new to agile marketing think it’s a process change, but that’s only a small piece of the puzzle (and that’s the easy part). What’s trickier is changing culture in an organization, especially when you’re a team member without authority and you must navigate through big egos and office

How to use agile marketing to prioritize high-value initiatives and improve productivity

We’re so caught up in the world of being busy, that we’re barely able to come up for air. Then we wonder why our marketers are burnt out, deadlines are missed and quality stinks. The best companies I’ve worked with have streamlined corporate initiatives that focus on value, which actually helps productivity. Learn how agile

Broaden your marketing skills to succeed as an agile marketer

As marketers, we value our special skills, or as I often refer to it, our superpowers. I always explain that my superpower is writing because sometimes it’s easier for me to express my thoughts this way rather than talking (although I have my moments with the gift of gab). So while guarding our superpowers and