With many companies trying to shake off the drag of a global recession, CEOs are eager to find growth. One place they need to look is in their own sales organizations. In writing the book Sales Growth, we've found that...
Of all the things that are happening in your business’s market this year one thing is very clear: Simply doing what you’ve always done is more than a bad strategy. In these times of lasting change and tough competition, it’s suicidal.
If you had to decide between having a team of excellent salespeople with an average manager, or having a team of average salespeople with an excellent manager, which would you choose? Many will argue for the team of excellent salespeople:...
Can your sales and customer service reps think and act? Here's a story about a cable TV provider that illustrates how dangerous an inflexible sales process can be to both gaining and retaining customers.
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