Naomi, congratulations on your new opportunity. It’s natural that you want to shine and show your new colleagues that you’re someone they can count on. That said, don’t feel pressured to get a handle on all the complexities of your tools and the detailed dynamics of your industry and company just yet.
Marketing automation platforms come with quite a steep learning curve, and MOPs as a space is constantly changing. When I first started in marketing automation, I found there to be no shortage of new things to learn, from the technicalities of the platform to the priorities of the business and the ways that my new teams work together. Confidence and fluency in these things is something you’ll develop over time as you get stuck into the role.
For now, it’s best to focus on understanding the essence of marketing automation, the fundamentals of your platform, and what your teams need from MOPs to work effectively.