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Is the Future of Business Growth Tied to a New Generation of 360 Experience Marketers?

Is the Future of Business Growth Tied to a New Generation of 360 Experience Marketers?

Executives across the globe are prioritizing investments and capabilities that help accelerate business growth. According to McKinsey research,  78 percent of CEOs are now banking on marketing leaders to drive growth. We aren’t talking about your everyday CMO, however. To drive business growth requires a new breed of 360 CMOs and marketers, those who take a holistic, data-driven, 360 approach to customer experience transformation and innovation. McKinsey’s research uncovered three elements, a “growth triple play” of creativity, analytics, and purpose, that delivers…

McKinsey – The Growth Triple Play: Creativity, Analytics and Purpose

McKinsey – The Growth Triple Play: Creativity, Analytics and Purpose

Brian Solis joined McKinsey at Cannes Lions, the International Festival of Creativity, to debut research that explores the high performing organizations that prioritize the “growth triple play” of creativity, analytics, and purpose. The presentation is here (registration required). Key Findings: Only 7 percent of companies are delivering on the growth triple play by unifying creativity, analytics, and purpose. They are driving average revenue growth of 2.3 times versus peers from 2018–19 (which increased to 2.7 times versus peers from 2019–20)….

The New Playbook for the Future of Marketing and CX Will Be Written by You

The New Playbook for the Future of Marketing and CX Will Be Written by You

Recent McKinsey research uncovered a “growth triple play,” where successful companies integrate creativity, analytics, and purpose to deliver at least two-to-three times the growth of their peers. But even for those companies that used just one of the capabilities—either creativity, analytics, or purpose—they experienced an average growth rate of more than 6%. Those that added a second component saw growth rates climb to more than 7%. And for those that employed the full triple play, growth rates climbed to more…

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