|Other titles||Sales management, Problems in.|
|Statement||by Harry R. Tosdal.|
|LC Classifications||HF5438 .T55 1925|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 850 p.|
|Number of Pages||850|
|LC Control Number||25005989|
This book provides a wide view of sales management through the eyes of an academic. Very good for students and anyone who wants to know all about sales. However, this book is nothing more than all-the-theory-in-one-book for a professional/5(6). In this book, Chet Holmes shows how to improve your business with just 1 hour of deep focus on areas that need improvement. It also helps you with sales by teaching you: How to craft your pitch to executive decision-makers at large companies. How to create a . 52 Sales Management Tips is written for sales managers who struggle within a corporate environment that doesn’t support them or their development needs. Whether you are a sales executive, senior sales leader or a new, experienced or aspiring sales manager, I’m confident you will find this sales management book to be a valuable guide to consult whenever you are experiencing problems. Generally, it only takes a few number of common mistakes by a sales team to lose the sales battle. Thus, as a sales manager, one should focus on the problems faced by sales reps and should continuously endeavour to get rid of the resistance in order to achieve transformational : Shaista Haque.
Sales Management This book covers the following topics: Personal Selling, Recruitment and Selection, Sales Training, Sales Meeting and Contests, Sales Territories, Sales Quota, Supervision and Evaluation Of Sales-force, Sales Control and Cost Analysis. Originally, the term ‘sales management’ referred to the direction of sales force personnel. But, it has gained a significant position in the today’s world. Now, the sales management meant management of all marketing activities, including advertising, sales promotion, marketing research, physical distribution, pricing, and product File Size: KB. In a business world that rapidly and exponentially adapts to change, our selling methods fail to keep up with human expectations. The problem with most sales books is they’re written by behavioral researchers with no real-world selling experience, or are first-hand accounts from top sales professionals and contain little to no supporting data. In Sales Management. Simplified. Weinberg tells it straight, calling out the problems plaguing sales forces and the costly mistakes made by even the best-intentioned sales managers. The good news: with the right guidance, results can be transformed/5.
Open-book management is a way of running a company that engages employees in making learn to understand the economics of the . Where most sales management treatises are boring and technical, Sales Management. Simplified. is entertaining and completely real. What I enjoyed most from reading the book (other than the myriad of stories that I could identify with) was that every page was written from someone who had clearly lived the life and dealt with these issues firsthand. It will examine typical problems encountered by sales managers and it will discuss solutions to these problems. This material will give you grounding in sales and marketing management. • Understand varying problems from a risk management standpoint that can impact a pharmacist in a management position • Appreciate varying problem solving techniques and processes; and their applications to pharmacy management situations • Appreciate the origins, key elements and applicability of continuous quality improvement (CQI)File Size: KB.