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values & principles

To keep up with the speed and complexity of digital experiences marketing today, we are always adopting new ways of working.

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Updated 18/02/2022

Our agile digital agency


To keep up with the speed and complexity of marketing today, we are adopting a different mindset and new ways of working. The principles elaborate on the values.

1. Great marketing requires close alignment, transparency, and quality interactions with internal and external customers
2. Seek out different and diverse points of view
3. Embrace and respond to change to enhance customer value
4. Plan only to a level sufficient to ensure effective prioritization and execution
5. Take chances, and learn from your failures
6. Organize in small, cross-functional teams where possible
7. Build marketing programs around motivated individuals and trust them to get the job done
8. Long-term marketing success benefits from operating at a sustainable pace
9. Agile marketing isn’t enough. Excellence in marketing requires continuous attention to marketing fundamentals as well
10. Strive for simplicity

1. Focusing on customer value and business outcomes over activity and outputs.

When we prioritize customer and business needs we create more targeted and relevant marketing programs. In other words, creating the 'right things' vs 'more things'.

It's easy to fall into the trap of doing marketing activities just to do them with our value #1, we really hone in on what will provide the most value to our customers and how that can impact the business downstream.

2. Delivering value early and often over waiting for perfection

Rather than waiting for everything to be 'perfect' we begin delivering value to our customers early in the cycle. We continue to deliver value based on learnings from our previous program and so-on...

When we wait for 'perfect' we remove the chances to learn from our customers so we can deliver more value later on. Instead, striving for perfection leads to long production cycles and a big-bang approach.

3. Learning through experiments and data over opinions and conventions

When we experiment, we learn and collect data. That data and learned results enables us to make better and more effective marketing decisions.

If we ignore the data and only rely on someone's opinion or an outdated convention, then we underserve our audiences and spend valuable time producing the wrong things.

It is a process of validating our learning through a implement-measure-learn feedback loop, rather than of following conventions or deciding what’s best based on the opinion of the highest paid person in the room (HIPPO).

4. Cross-functional collaboration over silos and hierarchy

Collaboration, focused on the needs of the customer, produces better marketing than siloed, departmental turf wars and strict adherence to hierarchical decision making. Silos lead to tribal knowledge dying in a marketing organization which leads to deviation from the customer needs.