Addressing the Challenges of Sales Strategy Implementation

By Dr Javier Marcos
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Sales Leadership Paradoxes – Leading the Business

By Cranfield School of Management
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Creating a High performing Sales Organisation

By Javier Marcos Cuevas
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Crafting a Value-Creating Sales Strategy

By Dr Javier Marcos

Creating customer value is the core mission of marketing and sales organisations. To ensure your sales strategy creates sustainable customer value, ensure your strategy is underpinned by the following value co-creation principles.

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Motivating, incentivizing and rewarding for Key Account Management

By Dr Javier Marcos

How do you incentivise and support the roll out of key account management programmes? When implementing key account management (KAM), thought needs to be given to the question of how to incentivize and support the roll out of all key account management programs.

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Sales Leadership Paradoxes

By Cranfield School of Management

Sales organisation are changing, so should sales leadership

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Executive Insight - Managing and Measuring Sales Performance

By Javier Marcos Cuevas
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5 minutes with Rob Molyneux: My Sales Directors’ Programme experience

By Cranfield School of Management

As part of his executive development Rob attended Cranfield’s Sales Directors’ Programme, so we spent five minutes with him to discover his thoughts on the programme.

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A ten-step framework for setting effective sales targets

By Dr Javier Marcos & Dr Monica Franco-Santos

Most organisations already have some of the elements of this framework, but it is rare to find a sales target system that features the entire framework in a holistic fashion. This framework comprises key practices that are required for ensuring that the performance measures used in the target setting process and the targets agreed are effective.

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Setting Effective Sales Targets

By Dr Javier Marcos & Dr Monica Franco-Santos

Sales targets are extensively used by sales organisations to help achieve a ‘desired’, ‘promised’, ‘minimum’, or ‘aspirational’ level of performance. Setting sales targets are mainly used for motivating specific behaviour, establishing expectation, evaluation and rewarding performance. At present, the use of performance targets seems to be ubiquitous; however, a high proposition of organisations have reported to be dissatisfied with their targets arguing that this management practice is...

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