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Vol 16. No. 2 (Jan 2015) / Editorials and opinions

Editorial: Softening up the marketplace for skills

As you might expect from the official publication of a training institution, the IDM Journal pays close attention to the ongoing demands of the marketplace in terms of the skills that employers are looking for and the demand from practitioners for...

Opinion piece: The new (and ever-evolving) direct and digital marketing ecosystem

Marketing is operating within a complex and rapidly evolving ecosystem that combines internal and external resources. This article considers the elements that are in play and how they are affecting the way in which marketers themselves need to...

Opinion piece: Holistic customer insight as an engine of growth

Customer insight is a widely used term — but also a misused one. This article considers the core components, both defining and technical, for a customer insight function that will lead to genuine business performance improvements.

Opinion piece: Time to take control? How to manage your own marketing resource allocation

When it comes to how best to spend a marketing budget, marketers are probably not short of advice. Agencies, media planners, product managers, finance directors and channel managers can all try to influence their decisions and, in some cases...

Opinion piece: The revolution will be digitized

This article draws on interviews with influencers in the retail industry to look at how the next stage in the digital revolution is reshaping the future for retail leadership.

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