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Agile Marketing

Flexible and quick to implement – agile marketing is a marketing strategy that can be put into practice without lengthy preparations and in a short time. It involves breaking individual processes down into small steps and short-term goals, enab...
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You’re running out of time: why not try the Eisenhower Matrix?
You’re in the middle of planning an important project, but the phone keeps ringing and one urgent email after the other pings in your inbox. Sound familiar? The Eisenhower Matrix shows you how to set the right priorities.
Creating second-to-none services – using service design
Service design is all about the professional development of service processes. UX expert Marcus Völkel from interactive tools gives us an intriguing overview of the agile method.
Buyer persona vs. target group: what’s the difference?
If you want to emotionally engage with your customers and convince them of your products and services, you need to really know and understand their needs. But what exactly is the difference between a target group and buyer persona?
The customer journey map: the key to understanding your customers
If you want happy customers, you have to understand them on an emotional level. What can cause frustration and moments of happiness along the customer journey? And how can these points be influenced? The customer journey map provides concrete answers.
Template: Use product discovery and avoid flawed developments
What does the product discovery concept involve? How do you optimally apply it and what should you keep in mind when using it? Get an overview here along with some practical tips and a free test template!
Guide: How can agile working be implemented in agencies?
Many agencies claim to be agile. What that actually means, however, often remains hidden from both the client and the team. Our guide shows you how to profitably implement agile working in your agency.
Agile sales – 8 steps to building agile sales teams
Agile sales is key to achieving a powerful, flexible and viable sales force. Agile sales teams are created by adapting methods such as Scrum or Kanban as used in software development and IT project management.
Recognizing and capitalizing on potential: Agile processes in product development
Agile methods offer major advantages for product managers. Mirko Theine, Senior Manager at zeb.rolfes.schierenbeck.associates, offers some tips and reports on what opportunities exist and what is important when introducing agile working methods.
Agile teamwork: uncertainties as opportunities in a dynamic business world
Agility has become a buzzword. Whether agencies or other companies, everyone wants to make their working methods more agile. What is often forgotten is that the result matters, not the way to get there.
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18.02.2019
Agile marketing: On the way to real-time advertising
When and why just-in-time production can be a sensible strategy with the help of Scrum and Kanban.