Agile marketing

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Agile marketing is an organizational effectiveness strategy that uses self-organizing, cross-functional teams doing work in frequent iterations. It aims to drive growth by focusing team efforts on those that deliver value to the end-customer. This emerging practice in marketing applies selected principles of agile software development.[1] Proponents argue this increases speed, quality, flexibility, and effectiveness of a marketing department.

At a high-level, agile marketing may be described as a group of teams organizing around the question “How can we best deliver value to our customer?” Teams collaborate across an organization executing a set of high priority tasks over a recurring short (1-4 week) period - adapting direction, objectives, and processes as needed.

Principles[edit]

The core Agile Marketing principles are as follows.[2]

  • This is more about responding to changes over following the plan.
  • Focus on working not only documentation
  • Focus more on Individuals not only process
  • Focus more on Customer collaboration not the Contract or negotiation


The famous frameworks for the Agile Marketing are Kanban board & Scrum (software development). [3]


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References[edit]

  1. ^ Power, Brad. "A Technique to Bridge the Gap Between Marketing and IT". Harvard Business Review.
  2. ^ "What is Agile Marketing: Everything You Need to Know". Marketing Insider Group. 2019-05-30. Retrieved 2020-11-03.
  3. ^ "How to choose the right agile marketing framework". MarTech Today. 2020-06-05. Retrieved 2020-11-03.

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