Every business has customers that acknowledge in a deep and tangible way the value created through working together. These value based relationships are extremely difficult to develop, but have a huge impact on long-term customer success. In this webinar, learn how Recorded Future:
Senior executives at a Sales Leadership Community meeting share insights and perspectives on how their companies are improving their engagement with prospects and customers through their efforts to optimize their sales coverage model.
A new generation of buyers has grown up with the subscription buying model, a model promoted every day through the proliferation of apps offering everything from fitness to finance – all delivered at the tap of a finger.
In his book, Subscribed: Why the Subscription Model Will Be Your Company’s Future – and What to Do About It, Tien Tzuo, founder of Zuora, says executives need to think about how their companies will thrive in a subscription business. According to Tzuo: “If you’re not shifting to this business model now, chances are that, in a few years, you might not have any business left to shift.”
“Many business transformations fail but not because they weren’t necessary or good ideas. They fail because the change does not happen fast enough.”
Atlanta, GA – If you feel like you are constantly scrambling to keep up with the accelerating rate of changes in your market, Charlie Thackston’s new book titled ‘Change Velocity: The Secret to Leading a Successful Sales Transformation’ can help. Through personal anecdotes from experiences in business and life, Charlie makes organizational transformation accessible.
eBook – 8 Essentials For Scaling Sales Success
Driving the right mindset, practices and behaviors required for your sales organization to deliver predictable, repeatable and meaningful results. Robert Sutton, a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, did some interesting research on how organizations can scale best practices.
A theme arose as a result of several discussions with senior executives at Fortune 500 companies who were working to build a more customer focused organization. Once a new or improved way of doing business was discovered, getting it to spread throughout the organization proved to be very difficult. Sutton called it the Problem of More while the executives often described it as the challenge of “scaling” or “scaling up”.