IAAS Registration Instructions -2019 IAAS
Step 1: 4A’s Profile
- Whether a 4A’s member or not, everyone desiring to sign-up for IAAS must have a profile on the 4A’s (national) website.This includes participants or someone registering for others, such as a management/supervisory person.
- If you have a profile, move on to Step 2
- If you don’t, click here to create one
Step 2: Log Into 4A’s Learning Academy
- Go to the Dallas IAAS registration page here on the 4A’s Learning Academy
- If your name is at the top right corner, then you are logged in
- No name? Then click on “Login”. Provide your email and your profile password if it hasn’t automatically logged you in.
- If you get routed to another page/site, click here to get back to the Dallas IAAS page on the 4A’s Learning Academy to continue registering.
- You know you have successfully logged in if your name appears on the top right hand corner (black bar) of the site. You are now ready for Step 3.
Step 3: Registering
- Scroll down the Dallas IAAS page to “Enrollment” (left side of the page under the image.) Click on one of the below options:
- “Enroll me” if you are registering yourself
- “Send me enrollment code(s) ” if you are registering others/a group of people
- Once you choose one of the two options above, write the how many people (quantity) you are registering in the box next to the “Add to Cart” button
- Click on “Add to Cart.” There, provide billing information to complete your registration. All registration payments must be made by credit card. Any exceptions: Please call Jessalin Lam at the 4A’s (# below).
If you have registration problems, call Jessalin Lam firstname.lastname@example.org / 212.850.0732.
2019 Institute For Advanced Advertising Studies
SESSION 1 — Wednesday, January 23 4A’s IAAS Introduction. Teams & Teaming. Logistics.The first session of the Institute of Advanced Advertising Studies will focus on introducing you to your Institute colleagues and to the intensive 12-week program. Team assignments take place immediately. First assignments will include team naming and profile building to present to the client the following week. Initial client case study research begins.
— Peter Noble, Director, 4A’s Dallas Council IAAS :: Location: Temerlin Advertising Insitutute, SMU
SESSION 2 — Wednesday, January 30 First Date. Client Introduction. Their Problem. Your Team.. This session brings a senior executive of the Client to the Institute to review the brand, the problem and the directive. This is a live RFP for IAAS teams.
- Location: TBD
SESSION 3 — Wednesday, February 6 Client. Product. Category. Consumers. Data. Where To Begin? Where does an agency begin to build a new business pitch? What are all the pieces to consider? How will you find them? How Will You Plan To Engage? Knowing their touch points and preferences is only the beginning. How do you leverage all that you know with all the possible connections between brand and consumers? How will you engage them, move them through the stages of the consumer journey, and manage the customer relationship to keep them engaged post-purchase? And in today’s consumer landscape, how do you do all that in a digital time frame?
SESSION 4 — Wednesday, February 13 Distracted, Jaded, Rushed. Can We Really Get To Consumer Understanding? Today’s consumers offer far more challenges than at any time in business history. They are distracted, jaded, rushed, while simultaneously demanding, and in need of true human interaction. Simple mall intercept surveys and focus groups aren’t enough to gain consumer insights anymore. This session covers the latest methods and tools used for learning about consumers, their relationships with your client’s brand and the product category as a whole.
- Location: TBD
SESSION 5 — Wednesday, February 20 Reams of Data. One Page. Writing Creative Briefs That Inspire Extraordinary Ideas. Now that you know critical information about your client’s potential consumers, how do focus in on that critical insight and voice that will resonate while delivering critical information? Poorly crafted Creative Briefs are strangleholds on creative solutions. Creative Briefs crafted with strategic product/brand vision and finely honed consumer insights are launch pads for creative brilliance. This is part lecture and part work session to lead you through creating a creative brief that frames and inspires instead of stifling.
— Location: TBD
SESSION 6 — Wednesday, February 27 The Holy Grail. Brilliant Creative. Brands live and die by the creative blade. How do you get to those ideas that surprise, delight, engage and stay strong throughout the life of a campaign? How do you know the difference between low concept work that’s derivative of everything else and high concept, strategically sound creative that changes the game for entire product categories and for our industry?
— Location: TBD
SESSION 7 — Wednesday, March 6 Testing Fields. Client Strategy Meetings. A Client senior executivereturns to the Institute.This session will lead students through a true client meeting, including a strategy presentation designed to get feedback from the client and a true check on direction of each team’s work.
— A Client Senior Executive:: Location: TBD
SESSION 8 — Wednesday, March 13 Above The Line. Below The Line.Connecting The Inter-Webs Of Complex Media Options. Your clients have engaged followers on social media and their brand awareness is at an all-time high, but they still haven’t seen an increase in e-commerce sales. How can you leverage their social media engagement to increase sales? This session focuses on successfully integrating Search, Social Media, Owned Media and PR to create digital conversions. Showing Up Isn’t Enough. Social Media Presence Versus True Engagement. This session focuses on understanding and creating content for consumer engagement that goes beyond surface social touch points. Digital is a critical piece but all brand moments must weave together to create holistic ecosystems in which brands and consumers live and thrive together.
—Location: Location: TBD
SESSION 9 — Wednesday, March 20 ROI, Meaningful Metrics And Data Mining: Can There Be Too Much Data? Today’s media has made it possible for agencies and their clients to measure nearly every imaginable impression, interaction and conversion that takes place in the digital arena. But with access to these incredibly rich, real time analytics, how do you determine which metrics are meaningful to your clients and how can you use them to measure the success of your campaigns?
— Location: TBD
SESSION 10 — Wednesday, March 27 Don’t Even Think About Selling. Tell A Truthful Story. Presentations With Heart. The most successful presenters in the world—legends like Bill Westbrook and Alex Bogusky— agree that the best new business presentations come down to engaging in an honest conversation with the client. The best presentations don’t sell, they tell relatable, human stories that show a true understanding of their brand, their industry and their goals. The clients are in the room to protect and promote their livelihood, their product(s), and to win their business. You first have to earn their trust.
— Location: TBD
SESSION 11 — Wednesday, April 3 The 11thHour. Critical Attention To Detail. Dress Rehearsal With Mentors. This week focuses on final, private mentoring sessions, close examination of work and rehearsals for final client presentations.
— Mentors, 4A’s BOG Members, Others TBD :: Location: Location: TBD
SESSION 12 — Wednesday, April 10 This is it!Twelve weeks of research, planning, writing, creative concepting, and strategy sessions with your prospective client culminate in your chance to “win” the business. The judges begin client deliberation and a graduation ceremony and dinner will follows, usually the following Friday. Winners will be announced and students awarded certificates of completion as Fellows of the 4A’s Institute of Advance Advertising Studies.
— Client Executives, 4A’s Dallas Council Board of Governors Members, Invited Guests. Location: TBD