How to Create a Strategic Marketing Plan to Rally Your Teams
Every marketing team develops its own strategic marketing planning process.
We have a digital marketing plan, event marketing plan, content marketing plan, and country-specific plan. Heck, we even have a global marketing plan.
At the end of day, we must ask ourselves: How can we consolidate all the plans into 10-12 slides to rally everyone from Headquarters to country-level regions and from product teams to marketing.
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How do we provide guidance to company-wide teams so that they can create their own strategic marketing plans? When they are done, how do we consolidate their plans into one big and concise plan to rally everyone? It’s complex and challenging.
In addition, there is a difference between “plans” vs. “planning”.
Planning is an active way of discussing the goals, objectives, strategies, and tasks that we need to accomplish.
Plans are the documentation of planning. Since things change, plans need to get updated on a regular basis.
How to Take Control of Your Marketing Plans
- Evaluate your strategic marketing plan process
- Provide planning guidance
- Standardize planning templates
- Consolidate your plans
- Create an integrated plan
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