A Harvard Business School professor reflects on what she has learned from senior executives about the unique value that strategic leaders can bring to their companies. A McKinsey Quarterly Strategy article.
Too many CEOs and other leaders today are uncertain about their role in executing strategy. Too often they relegate this and miss an important opportunity to perform the role of Chief Execution Officer.
Somehow, "successful" sales training has become associated with a thick binder of material the salesperson lugs home from the class (never to open again). The classroom experience is based mainly upon rote memorization of facts.
Today’s territory design blog will teach you why firmographic is the most important word you, the sales leader, are yet to use with the members on your team. Even better, you will now be able to identify the firmographics which drive your go-to-market strategy.
With more than half of the U.S. public on Facebook and more than 200 million tweets sent each day (about 30 percent from the U.S.), American life is continuing to enmesh itself with social networks. But for the CEOs of the top 500 U.S.
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