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The Best Content Types for Each Stage of the B2B Sales Cycle [Infographic] - Profs

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Introduction to Strategy Development and Strategy Execution

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A successful business requires both a well developed strategy and the ability to execute on that strategy. Strategy without execution is merely theory. Many companies develop robust strategies, but fail at operationalizing their strategies into implementable steps. This article provides overviews for 12 business frameworks related to various aspects of Strategy Development and Strategy Execution.


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6 Crucial Steps for Making Sure Your Startup Succeeds - iMedia Connection (blog)

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6 Crucial Steps for Making Sure Your Startup Succeeds
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Startup success depends on taking risks, having faith, and being patient and persistent. Without these qualities, the smartest businessman will be ...
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Get your startup up and running before applying for funding. It'll be much more likely to catch the investors' eyes.

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The New Rules of Selling

Sales is being radically redefined like never before. With buyers now in possession of unlimited information, online content is quickly becoming the dominant d…

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Top 5 Things Recruiters Should Ask Their Big Data

How to use data to drive your recruitment efforts.
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Underrated Colleges of Delhi University - MeraJob.in

Underrated Colleges of Delhi University - MeraJob.in | Mass recruitment using technology and marketing | Scoop.it
Looking beyond the top colleges in Delhi. Some underrated colleges that are doing well. The value of vocational courses.
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Top college rankings serve the ego of institutions. Finding valuable courses and colleges that matter to a majority of college aspirants matters more

 

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10 Content Marketing Lessons from The World's Fastest Growing Websites

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The media world is changing. The traditional media such as the New York Times is under threat. Here are 10 content marketing lessons from two upstarts.
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Mobile Recruitment Strategy Infographic

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A LinkedIn survey revealed that 72% view company pages for career opportunities while 64% browse for them on company social media pages. More than half of the survey sample indicate they check company career pages for job opportunities from time to time. However, only a few businesses have their... http://elearninginfographics.com/mobile-recruitment-strategy-infographic/


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Corporate Recruiters Rank Communication as the Most Highly Valued Business Skill

Corporate Recruiters Rank Communication as the Most Highly Valued Business Skill | Mass recruitment using technology and marketing | Scoop.it

We can talk all day about the importance of employees with stellar communication skills but it sure is nice when an outside group – and one not even connected to the communications field – takes up the case for us.

That happened this year when the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) released its Corporate Recruiters Survey report. The annual survey by this well-respected group gauges the demand for MBA graduates among Fortune 100 companies and offers insight into hiring practices and trends across industries and world regions.

For the first time this year, employers were asked to evaluate which skill sets were most important when considering job candidates to hire. The number 1 skill employers sought? Communication skills. (see chart below).

 

Employers said they strongly valued recent graduates who were “highly proficient” in communication skills, specifically oral communication, followed by listening and writing skills. On average, employers ranked communication skills twice as important as managerial skills for new hires. With the exception of one industry – manufacturing – communication skills were top ranked across all world regions and employers, regardless of company size or industry.

Behind communication skills, the other skills employers ranked as most important for recent MBA graduates were teamwork, technical, leadership, and managerial skills.

Since 2001, the Corporate Recruiters Survey has been produced annually by the GMAC, a global nonprofit education group of leading graduate business schools and the administrator of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). This is a powerful group with a critical message: communication skills aren’t just soft skills to be picked up along the way. They are vital to employees’ success in the workplace.

At the same time, many executives find new hires struggle with communication skills. A national management education survey of more than 800 business executives published in July identified leadership and effective communication as the two most important management competencies, but also the two most in need of improvement. The study was conducted by Canadian-based Leger Marketing in association with the Schulich School of Business at York University and other Canadian business schools.

In a Globe and Mail article about the Canadian study, Schulich marketing professor Alan Middleton put it this way: “I take out CEOs once a month and they all tell me the same thing. What ever happened to the ability of someone, in less than two minutes, to state what they want me to do, state the rationale and how to do it?”

What’s your plan for improving your own daily communication skills?

-David Grossman


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Top four qualities: oral communication, listening, written communication, presentation skills