PodSessions w/ Mitch Fanning

Why The Chief Marketing Role Is The Hardest To Get Right

Show Recap

This session – like the podcast – is a bit of an experiment.

It’s shorter than the previous two sessions, has no guest and is one where I discuss why the Chief Marketing or Marketing Leader role is the hardest position in the C-Suite or management team to get right.

I finish up the session by suggesting what Founders and/or CEOs might do to improve their odds of getting it right as well as what Marketing Leaders and/or CMOs can do to help in the process.

Enjoy!

MF

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Show Links

A CEO’s Perspective On Why The CMO Job Is The Hardest To Get Right
By Kimberly A. Whitler

The Trouble With CMOs: Why CMOs Never Last
By Kimberly A. Whitler & Neil Morgan

Many Leaders Don’t Value Marketing: Why?
By Kimberly A. Whitler

Did you enjoy this episode? — Then check out the first episode I did with Debbie Qaqish. During our conversation, we discuss the evolution of revenue marketing in detail. Enjoy!

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