In today’s fast-paced, multichannel world, marketers no longer have the luxury to spend months crafting large projects; they must innovate and produce on the fly and respond immediately to market disruptions. In their new report, the researchers explain, “Agile for Marketing (A4M) drives long-term marketing strategies with short-term, customer-focused iterative projects that improve responsiveness and relevance. It allows for faster creative, more testing, smarter improvements and better results.”
There is indeed room for improvement. The survey found that 63% of marketing leaders indicate agility as a high priority, but only 40% rate themselves as agile. And that’s leaving opportunity on the table, as the survey also found that marketing departments who consider themselves agile are three times more likely to significantly grow market share.
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Originality and unexpectedness are superpowers. Surprisingly, very few brands use them as such. They’re hard to master and far away from a science or anything you can test. That’s probably why you don’t see more truly original and unexpected communication today.