Marketing in the digital era has transformed the way companies must think about how they build their brand and communicate with consumers. Effective – and genuine – brand storytelling has become essential for connecting and establishing a relationship with audiences. To do so, brands must have a clear understanding of their value in the market.
Simultaneously, the opportunities and tools available have not only vastly expanded across traditional and modern channels; they are integrated and interdependent. In similar fashion, the roles and responsibilities of those who drive these initiatives have moved beyond the strict purview of the marketing team. From IT professionals to sales teams, participation in marketing activities is often varied and frequent across organizational lines.
Marketing leaders who want to ensure success understand their decisions cannot be made with a siloed team; companywide cooperation and coordination are vital. Our Mini-MBA: Integrated Marketing Communications will help you approach marketing from a holistic, cross-functional perspective, while sparking ideas to effectively share your brand story.
About the Rutgers Mini-MBA
Rutgers Mini-MBA™ programs bring practitioners from different organizations and industries together in a rich and diverse learning environment, designed to develop skills and capabilities through the powerful combination of expert class instruction and peer interaction. Participants can earn a variety of credits and certifications from RBSEE programs, including academic graduate credit from Rutgers Business School.
Instructor of Professional Practice
Carole Walker is President of Integrity Marketing & Media, which provides strategic marketing consulting in all areas of brand and corporate marketing innovation, agency management, and integrated marketing communications for clients such as Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, JustBorn Quality Confections, Oscar Healthcare, Time Inc., and NBC Universal.
A recipient of...
- Mid-level to senior executives who are responsible for leading or implementing marketing plans and strategies
- Upper-level managers and executives in a marketing or sales role, whether specific to advertising, media, promotions, public relations, and customer success
- Managers and directors focused on product management, R&D, finance, or applied technology
- Executives looking to keep current with the latest marketing trends, including those seeking new managerial positions
- The IMC Imperative
- Research, Measurement & Attribution Modeling
- Getting the Most from your Media Budget
- Omni-Channel & The Power of Digital
- Alignment for Success
- The Communications Development Process
- Global Brand Management
- The Latest Trends & Innovation
- Creating a Winning IMC Culture
- Applying IMC to Your Brand