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Top Gear Magazine. But few brands have taken the bold step that Red Bull has. What is getting in their way? I think it starts with a crisis of courage from marketing leaders. But many know what they need to do. I think for most it comes down to taking the leap!
Put someone in charge. Give them the resources to get it done. Now, let me know what you think?
Let me know what you think in the comments below. He has worked in leadership positions in sales and marketing for global brands like SAP and Nielsen, as well as for thriving startups. Today, Michael shares his passion on leadership and marketing strategies that deliver customer value and business impact.
Showing 8 comments Atul Dhakappa August 18, In the yesteryears a lot of companies created IT divisions to support their growth which were later converted to profit centers. I guess with focus on content publishing, what it is, it is very likely that more and more companies will create profit centers from their content publishing divisions. The entire company creates content.
Every person on the planet is now a publisher, more or less. Content is the currency the drives our connections. Rosaline Raj August 20, Hi Michael — thank you for your insights. That being said, I think there are two major factors that hold brands back from taking the leap.
The first is lack of content accountability.
Yet, there are many companies that are not ready to take this on — it is still a fairly new concept for some, many are very busy within their own roles and some may think creating content within their own departments in silos is enough. Which brings me to the second factor: perspective.
Understanding that content is not a stand-alone but a part of the overall business strategy will help them create more strategic and effective content. When a company has its ducks in a row internally, content literally starts to flow.