Campaign Plan

Create engagement campaigns

Make it easy for your engagement team to develop and execute campaigns by providing them with a solid plan. Your campaign plans should include campaign goals and details to align development, and communication and delivery plans to ensure seamless execution. 


Campaign Plan

As engagement campaigns are truly a communications effort, it's best to identify goals, audience, medium, message, action, and measurement elements within the framework.

Using S.M.A.R.T. goals

To set campaigns up for success, they must be built around S.M.A.R.T. goals:

  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Achievable
  • Relevant
  • Time-bound

Creating a communication plan 

Every engagement campaign also requires a communication plan. This plan should answer the following questions:

  • Who are you trying to reach? (Audience)
  • How will you reach them? (Medium)
  • What is the information to be communicated? (Message)
  • What is your relevant call to action? (Action)
  • How will you measure the campaign’s effectiveness? (Measurement)

Addressing key business challenges

As a best practice, Igloo recommends tying every engagement campaign to one of the key business challenges: 

  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Knowledge Management
  • Culture and Engagement

Ensuring your campaigns align with these challenges, as well as your overall digital workplace strategy, helps ensure you're getting the outcomes you set out to achieve.  

Targeting key messages 

It's important to remember that you are not restricted to just one medium for each campaign. In fact, you'll likely have to consider multiple formats, channels, and approaches to messaging for campaigns that impact multiple audience groups. The most effective campaigns use targeted messaging, delivered through the right medium, to reach the right audience group. 

For example, to effectively reach your executive leadership team, you may want to provide high-level messaging that outlines the key benefits for the organization and push that messaging to this group through the Leadership Center or Management Center. To reach all employees, your messaging may focus on the key benefits for individual employees, delivered via a visually-appealing email campaign. 


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Playbook Tip: Deliver the right message, to the right people
Ensure your communication plan takes targeted messaging into consideration. Identify each audience group you need to reach, which medium that group prefers to receive communications on, and the type of information that group is likely to find most valuable. From there, craft targeted messaging that also takes into consideration the tone and style each audience group finds most engaging. This allows you to create campaigns that can reach multiple audience groups, engaging each group in meaningful ways.

Plan Template

High Level:

Need:


Pillar:


S.M.A.R.T Goal Details:

Specific


Measurable


Achievable


Relevant


Timebound


Communication Plan:

Audience


Medium


Information


Education


Defined Action


Measures


Other Campaign Details:

Overview:


Budget:


Time Period:


Suggested Delivery Plan for this Campaign:

MediumConceptGoalTiming

Champions

Grass Roots Influence



Lead by Example

Executives Lead



Broadcasts & Posts

Ensure Reach



Contests

Gamification



Digital Media

Reinforce Message



Videos

Reinforce Message



Desk Drops

Create Excitement





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