The 3 B’s of Going Global: Beliefs, Behaviors, Benefits
Beliefs and behaviors are the hard part. Behavior can get to beliefs, which is cultural. – Brad White, Partner, Prophet, formerly (r)evolution
This is the last of the series “Something Innovative happened at KO HQ this Thursday”
Operating Globally? First, understand the point of view (aka needs) of consumers and then the shareholders’ point of view. The two are linked, products cannot have market success without both needs met. Continue reading “Outside In Perspective (Series 5/5)”
Something innovative happened again at KO HQ this Thursday
The PDMA| Georgia chapter held it’s 9th annual Summit – topics were global in scope but personal in focus. Much shared learning and best practices offered. A very good reason to step away from desks/deliverables and come together with like-minded product professionals.
Innovators may already be intuitively using Agile
Top-line takeaways from the Round Table
- Get a handle on things that bite in your planning stage, not during execution (import laws, regulations)
- RESONATE! – don’t just BE in the chosen markets (do provide consistency, quality, awesome user experience)
- Create RELEVANCY- use everything around your product to do this
- LISTEN, partner with a local – help your prospects ARTICULATE their unique drivers Continue reading “Going Global – PDMA Georgia [Series 1/5]”
Part 4 of Agile Product Marketing Series:
- Product Marketing Becomes Agile
- What’s a Product Marketer Doing with a Roadmap?
- The Launch Queen Speaks
- It’s Not Small Change
This is the last of a series written to help Agile and B2B Marketing teams understand each other’s conversations and methods. Previously, we discussed how Agile practices can integrate within traditional product launch management and commercialization.
It’s the people- the human element– that we’re talking about. Continue reading “It’s Not Small Change (Series 4 of 4)”