You’re amping up for big changes this year, so looking at modifications made in these three areas will trickle down and create a more robust bottom line—and a happier sales team.
From setting up in shopping centers for holiday products sales to grocery store pop-ups demonstrating cookware, a pop-up shop enables retailers to create exciting temporary stores to attract new consumers and grow business sales.
Margin compression, combined with rising healthcare and regulatory costs, has many organizations feeling the burn of a big miss.
Today, more companies are managing sales and marketing through the same operational business lens in the form of a jointly developed, go-to market playbook.
The balanced scorecard and strategy maps are a great way to communicate to employees how the organization creates value and what role they play.
You’re a sales manager now, and whether you’re feeling nervous or believe you were made for this new role, get off on the right foot by taking these steps.
You may already have the tools for creating a winning sales process, but are you using them effectively?
Employee retention is a critical affair, particularly in sales and marketing.
Even if you haven’t considered how to leverage an inside sales strategy, chances are your competition is reviewing their sales efficiency options.