How to Assemble Your Growth Hacking Team

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Growth hacking is not a marketing function.

Your growth team should be a collaboration between the following departments:

πŸ‘‰ Sales

πŸ‘‰ Marketing

πŸ‘‰ Engineering / Product

πŸ‘‰ Customer Success

πŸ‘‰ CEO (optional)

You can decide which individuals are included and how many should be apart of this elite taskforce.

The goal with growth hacking is to apply rapid experimentation to find and optimize the most promising areas of opportunity through the customer experience funnel – acquisition, revenue, & retention.

If you need a growth hacking framework, let me know and I will send one over to you.

When you cross-collaborate, you:

πŸ‘‰ Get a different ideas and perspectives

πŸ‘‰ Build team trust

πŸ‘‰ Create better alignment

πŸ‘‰ Increase employee engagement

πŸ‘‰ Knowledge share

πŸ‘‰ Enhance communication

πŸ‘‰ Increase efficiency & problem solving

πŸ‘‰ Improve innovation

If you assemble this team, meet regularly, constantly run and measure new experiments… imagine how much better your team and product will be over time.

Imagine competing with a company who doesn’t do this. Which one do you think will come out ahead in the long run?

Benefits of Cross-Collaboration

Cross-collaboration between departments within an organization can bring several benefits:

    1. Get Different Ideas and Perspectives: Cross-collaboration brings together diverse viewpoints, leading to innovative solutions and fresh ideas.

    2. Build Team Trust: Collaborating across departments fosters trust among team members, as they learn to rely on each other’s expertise and contributions.

    3. Create Better Alignment: By working together, departments can align their goals and strategies, leading to a more cohesive and unified approach to achieving organizational objectives.

    4. Increase Employee Engagement: Collaborative projects can increase employee engagement by providing opportunities for involvement and input from various team members.

    5. Knowledge Sharing: Cross-collaboration enables the sharing of knowledge and best practices, helping teams learn from each other and improve their processes.

    6. Enhance Communication: Collaboration encourages open communication between departments, improving overall communication within the organization.

    7. Increase Efficiency & Problem Solving: Collaborating across departments can streamline processes, reduce duplication of efforts, and improve problem-solving abilities.

    8. Improve Innovation: By bringing together diverse perspectives and ideas, cross-collaboration can lead to innovative solutions and approaches that drive organizational growth and success.

Overall, cross-collaboration can lead to a more agile, innovative, and efficient organization that is better equipped to adapt to change and achieve its strategic objectives.

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