“The culture of our organization is what will hold us back. We know what changes we need to make and the right solutions for our problems. That’s the easy part. Getting the organization to adopt them is far more difficult.”
For the Accounts You Can't Afford to Lose: The Strategies that Will Keep Your Customers Coming Back Whether your company has $50,000 or $5 million in sales, chances are that at least half of your revenue comes from a few crucial accounts. What does it take to keep them going strong? The authors of The New Strategic Selling and The New Conceptual Selling present a hard-hitting, no-nonsense book of techniques to improve your most important business relationships.
“Never ask a question if you don’t want an answer.” Some good advice for leaders and salespeople from the Harvard Business Review. It used to be that providing answers was the key to success. Today asking the right questions is far more important.
As Neil Rackham writes in the foreword: “There’s an acute shortage of good books on the specifics of sales management. Cracking the Sales Management Code is about the practical specifics of sales management in the new era, and it fills a void.” Cracking the Sales Management Code fills that void by providing foundational knowledge about how the sales force works. It reveals the gears and levers that actually control sales results. It adds clarity to things that you intuitively know and provides insight into things that you don’t. It will change the way you manage your sellers from day to day, as well as the results you get from year to year.