In Part 2 of our two-part episode, Jeff dives into what professional service firm leaders can to do overcome or avoid dysfunction and help their firm reach its full growth potential.
Culture is at the heart of whether a company is going to succeed or fail. In Part 1 of this two-part episode, we explore the cultural problems that exist inside the unique environments of professional services firms that keep them from reaching their full growth potential.
Rattleback’s recent research, conducted with Bloom Group, on thought leadership marketing shows that the best firms have likely been at it for 4-10 years. In this episode, we talk about approaches firms could take to accelerate that journey.
We asked over 300 B2B marketers…In this podcast, Jason shares high-level findings from Rattleback’s current and past research with Bloom Group into the characteristics of exceptional thought leadership marketers.
It’s planning season. What does a growth-driven marketing plan look like? What research should you do? How do you cascade down from marketplace issues to marketing strategies and quarterly tactics? We’ll answer all this, and more, in just 20 minutes and 19 seconds.
So, you want to be a growth marketer. You’ve defined the skills and capabilities you need. But, do you have the right roles?
So, you think you’ve aligned the appropriate marketing model to your firm’s needs. But, do you have the skills and capabilities you need to get what you want for your practice? Let’s find out…
Introducing Jeff McKay, co-host of Rattle and Pedal, as he speaks about the meaning behind the name “Prudent Pedal”, his background in marketing, and what he’s learned from his numerous positions as a senior marketing leader within large firms.
Introducing Jason Mlicki, co-host of Rattle and Pedal, who speaks about his role as Principal of Rattleback, how it came to be and what he’s learned as a recognized leader in the professional service marketing industry.