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The Effective Leadership in the Digital Age research set out to answer one key question: what does it mean to be a 'digital leader' in the context of digital transformation? The report aims to distill some of the key shifts in leadership qualities, attributes and techniques, providing a multidimensional framework for effective digital leadership.
The Digital Marketing: Organisational Structures and Resourcing Best Practice Guide is an update on the previous iterations of this research (2011 and 2013), and is based on interviews with senior employees at companies across a range of business sectors, as well as an online survey of senior digital professionals within Econsultancy's user base. Written by experienced blogger, writer and consultant Neil Perkin, the report makes best practice recommendations designed to help you respond to the challenges faced by managers and organisations when structuring digital marketing capability.
The Marketer's Guide to the Internet of Things demystifies the Internet of Things (IoT), provides an overview of the current state of the industry and explains how your company can make use of the IoT in your marketing. The report explains the role of the IoT as part of the trend towards ubiquitous computing, including how it relates to mobile, wearable technology, cloud computing and big data. Above all, it provides a framework for success in an increasingly connected world.
In an increasingly competitive market, job descriptions serve as vital tools to help organisations attract and retain digital talent. Also, without a clearly defined job description, it is difficult to effectively and objectively evaluate each person's fit for the role. The Digital Job Descriptions Best Practice Guide provides you with a framework for planning and creating high quality, professional job descriptions to help organisations attract and evaluate candidates for digital roles.
The Future of Agencies: The progression of agency value in a digital world report, published in association with Adobe, outlines the key challenges faced by agencies in adapting to a rapidly changing, customer experience-centric marketing environment. The 65-page report provides useful intelligence on how agencies are responding to these challenges and equipping themselves for the future through their use of technology, partnerships, attainment of new skills and an evolving culture in order to maximise value and differentiation.
To be effective, marketing has to be organized to deliver against the objectives of the business. This Organizing Marketing in the Digital Age report looks specifically at the healthcare sector, and is based on data and insight from that industry, including interviews with senior marketers from healthcare companies and insight gained from digital transformation work with healthcare companies.
Content distribution is a key component of content strategy planning models: once we make the content live (the point of production marked by the dotted line), it is ready to be distributed – content production and distribution are intertwined. The How To Go Viral report aims to help marketers understand how they can effectively plan distribution as part of their content marketing efforts, and what they need to do after they press 'publish'.
The Implementing Content Strategy: Digital Best Practice report provides a framework for evaluating your current content strategy and content planning processes, helping you make the most of your content in the future.
The Econsultancy Digitals Awards 2014 were held at London's Tobacco Docks on the 12th November 2014. The awards celebrate, recognise and award excellence in digital marketing and ecommerce. This report showcases the submissions from the winning and highly commended entries in each of the categories.
This research paper is an industry audit of the fashion ecommerce vertical, specifically of the way fashion ecommerce websites have invested in online content. The report examines how true the mantra of 'brands as publishers' is in the sector through comparisons between publishing methods.