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What It Means

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.

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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.

25mins

15 Sep 2022

Rank #1

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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.

36mins

8 Sep 2022

Rank #2

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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.

30mins

1 Sep 2022

Rank #3

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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.

27mins

25 Aug 2022

Rank #4

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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.

25mins

18 Aug 2022

Rank #5

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The Case For Modernizing Your Operational Platforms

If aligning your operational platforms with your customer-facing platforms is way down on your IT roadmap, you might want to move it up. Hear VPs Linda Ivy-Rosser and Liz Herbert explain why in this episode.

28mins

11 Aug 2022

Rank #6

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Why The CIO-CMO Partnership Matters More Than Ever

Technology and marketing leaders need each other, and companies need strong technology-marketing partnerships. On this week’s What It Means, VP, Senior Research Director Matt Guarini and VP, Principal Analyst Thomas Husson explain why the CIO-CMO relationship matters more than ever and the key benefits of effective CMO-CIO collaboration.

29mins

4 Aug 2022

Rank #7

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Build A Successful Voice Of The Customer Program

Only 12% of CX pros rate their voice of the customer (VoC) program’s maturity as high or very high. In this episode of What It Means, Senior Analyst Colleen Fazio explains what’s blocking success with VoC and how CX professionals can derive value and get stakeholders excited.

25mins

28 Jul 2022

Rank #8

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Is Employee Wellness Broken?

There’s a giant disconnect between how executives view employee wellness and how employees view it. Senior Analyst Jonathan Roberts digs into the causes and impacts of that disconnect in this week’s episode.

24mins

21 Jul 2022

Rank #9

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It’s Time To Kick The Leads Habit

The traditional focus on individual, marketing-supplied leads is failing B2B companies and buyers. So why does it persist, and what’s a better alternative? VP, Principal Analyst Terry Flaherty and VP, Research Director Mike Pregler discuss on this week’s podcast.

34mins

14 Jul 2022

Rank #10