Create An Adaptive Global Organization
Your Geographic Context Frames Your Route To Adaptive Marketing
April 27, 2010
Why Read This Report
Economic turmoil, digital marketing, social media, and maladaptive organizational charts are converging, encouraging marketing leaders to restructure their global teams. They should create an adaptive global organization. However, marketers will have to take a route to this goal that reflects their geographic context, which could be totally global, totally local, or somewhere in between. To uncover their context and plan their journey, marketers must study the current structure of their organizations, the strength of their marketing assets, and the behavior of their customers.
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Table of Contents
- Rapid Change Drives Global Marketing Reorganization
- Context No. 1: When Global Brands Serve Global Buyers
- Context No. 2: When Most Marketing Is Local
- Context No. 3: When Global And Local Pressures Collide
- Map Your Geographic Profile To Understand Your Options
- Supplemental Material
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