As a former Head of Marketing, with over 10 years marketing experience including client side, agency side and freelance, I know how challenging it can be for the modern marketer to stay organized.

My 7 Steps of Organizing program is perfectly suited to organizing the marketing function at either a very high strategic level or nitty gritty hands-to-the-pump every day tactical level.

You may not feel quite so confident about how to get organized at work if you honestly spent the time to write down all of the projects you want to do, all that you have already started, and all that really should be finished in the hopes to produce positive ROI for your company.

Bottom line: Organizing your Marketing through mature Marketing Project Management is crucial for today’s marketer.

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Marketing Project Management

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