In our world of liquid expectations, how can marketers continually evolve strategy to keep pace? Ever since Mad Men days, the chief marketing officer has been in charge of the brand and has been the person who knows the customer best—that hasn’t changed. What has changed is that instead of marketing to the customer, the CMO needs to advocate on behalf of the customer, to breed the empathy that will influence the business broadly, reaching beyond the traditional role of marketing.
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