The age of the customer isn’t a tagline — it’s a fundamental shift in the market that is forcing companies and executives to change course. In Forrester’s What It Means podcast, we’ll examine those changes, what they mean, and what executives can do about them.
How B2B CMOs Can Spend To Succeed In 2023
B2B marketing leaders will face intense budget scrutiny as they plan for 2023. But making reactive, cost-saving decisions could undermine long-term gains, cautions VP and Principal Analyst Barbie Mattie. On this week’s What It Means, she discusses Forrester’s 2023 planning guide for B2B marketing executives and its spending recommendations.
Succession Planning For The Security Org
Is overreliance on key security employees putting your entire organization at risk? Learn best practices for retention and succession planning in security from Senior Analyst Jess Burn.
When Should Brands Take A Stand?
Consumers, employees, and shareholders increasingly expect companies to speak out on social and political issues. When should they, and how should they make the decision? On this week’s What It Means, Vice President, Research Director Mike Proulx and Vice President, Principal Analyst Dipanjan Chatterjee explain how brands can navigate these scenarios.
How Does Automation Enable Human Innovation?
Fears that automation will replace human creativity with mindless robots are unwarranted. VP, Principal Analyst Paul Miller and Principal Analyst Dan Bieler explain why in this episode.
Tackling Technology’s Trust Problem
What can be done to address a growing lack of trust in technology? Principal Analyst Sara Watson digs into the causes of this issue and provides some examples of firms taking proactive steps to minimize its impact.
What COVID-Related Absenteeism Has Taught Us About Workforce Planning
COVID-related absenteeism continues to cause challenges across industries and business functions. In this episode, VP, Research Director James McQuivey and VP, Principal Analyst J. P. Gownder highlight some key learnings for workforce planning.
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Top notch content
This podcast always brings top notch content. The questions raised by moderators are fairly pertinent, genuine and candid. The responses, provided by experts and based on research are almost always on the money. Listeners can alarmist always walk away with CTAs. One thing that I think will make this better is bringing some practitioners and placing them alongside the researchers. For eg: if you’re talking about Employee experience, why not bring on an EX owner/practitioner from an exemplary company?
Big thanks to Forr team for continuing to deliver great content even through the pandemic.
Keep it coming.
I look forward to each new episode. The conversations cover a variety of topics that dig into what’s changing, why, and the impacts.