Sales managers spearhead their team’s effort as they strive to hit ambitious sales goal. These managers need to know how to work collaboratively, lead their team through tough times, and more. Here’s more about this crucial role.
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Complicated projects often have dependencies, meaning some tasks can’t be completed until another task is done. Here’s how you can manage these tricky relationships.
Before everyone had a GPS in their pocket, we used maps to get around. Find out how the workflow diagram can be your map for doing your best work.
Struggling to hit your goals? With SMART goals, you can make sure success is specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound. Learn how you can create your own SMART goals.
A progress report is how you let everyone else know what your team’s been up to. Learn more about what goes into writing a progress report and get a free template for writing your own.
While micromanagement might feel like good-natured extra diligence — and the best way to keep your team on track — it’s actually a highly toxic workplace issue that will do more harm than good.
We’re way past the time of the Rolodex. So how do today’s teams keep track customer information? They use CRM software.
Want to find out what happens when you mash story time with software development? Learn the definition of the user story, get some examples, and find out how they’re used as a launchpad for development work.
Famously, salespeople should always be closing, no matter what. But that’s not really how things work nowadays. Prospects are so inundated with demands for their attention that you need to be a bit more subtle. That’s where the sales process comes in.
How do you know that you’re hitting your goals? Sometimes, you need some kind of metric to track progress. That’s what KPIs are for.