Inspiring Interactive Innovation
How To Convince Your Firm To Trial New Interactive Marketing Programs
July 27, 2011
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Organizations are naturally resistant to change, particularly ones that require adopting experimental interactive technologies. But interactive marketers can help their organizations adopt interactive innovations by applying Forrester's four steps: 1) Identify relevant innovations; 2) showcase expected benefits; 3) win critical stakeholders; and 4) plan for implementation. Mastering this discipline will prepare interactive marketers to help enable broader corporate changes outside of marketing.
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