This page details processes for the Chief Marketing Officer at GitLab, including review and approval requests, communication guidelines, and information-sharing best practices.
Learn more about GitLab's Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer Ashley Kramer in her README.
In an effort to create more efficiency in how we collaborate, please utilize the #cmo Slack channel for items that require CMO review, feedback, approval, to share updates, or if you have questions directly to the CMO.
Note this is a public Slack channel, so please consider it is SAFE before sharing.
Follow the steps and details for workflows that involve different types of review requests for efficient reviews.
@Jeanette McCarthyknow and include a due date until when the review is required.
Urgent review ask because of the new quarter starting in two weeks, requiring the new messaging. Please review by end of today, 6pm PT. cc @Jeanette McCarthy
Example review request:
@Ashley This MR adds the CMO review requests and communication guidelines page into the marketing handbook. https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com/-/merge_requests/115432 Context is your request to create a dedicated Slack channel, and documented guidelines for team members to share review requests and content updates, similar to the #ceo Slack channel. Please review until 2022-12-01 10am PT. cc @Jeanette McCarthy Follow-up actions: Share with CMO leadership, add an update for the next Marketing all-hands meeting.
Before assigning the CMO for review and approval, please ensure that the following applies:
Reviewerto the MR. You can use
/assign_reviewer @akrameras a quick action in the comment (press
ras keyboard shortcut)
Follow the best practices for merge request reviews in the CEO handbook.
If you have an interesting article or news item to read and learn, feel free to share it in the #cmo Slack channel too.
FYI,without @-tagging the CMO in the beginning of the Slack message. This avoids notification distractions and enables async reading.
Suggested actions:that suggest a follow-up task for the CMO.