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Marketers often use their technical prowess and deep subject matter expertise to mark themselves out against other professions and gain influence over important organisational decisions. This might be enough to survive, but is not nearly enough to thrive in an increasingly turbulent, unpredictable and uncertain world.
Move beyond the perpetual discussions on AI and make your contribution to shaping Marketing’s next chapter by discussing and responding to a new research study that re-frames the profession by:
- Uncovering increasing tensions, strains, conflict and stress in modern marketing work.
- Identifying the extent and direct causes of marketing’s reducing influence in firms.
- Providing unique insight into why marketing work is becoming more and more contested and how marketers can positively respond to counter this.
Join marketers, academics and a panel of industry experts to question many of the assumptions marketers make about their profession and start the journey to moving away from perfection to start practicing in a pragmatic, flexible way.
- Marketing and Retail SIG
Dr. Gary Burkey, University of Bristol Business School
Plus a panel including June Dennis, Chair of CIM
G.21 Clerici Building,
Oxford Brookes Business School,
Oxford Brookes University,
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