Selling in the Digital AgeJul 16, 2019 Michael Ahearne, Zachary Hall, Partha Krishnamurthy, and Mohsen Pourmasoudi, 2019, 19-123-07
Today, thanks to the internet, many people know a lot about what they want to buy. What happens when they encounter salespeople whose approaches assume that they are uninformed, uncertain, and undecided? Data from 356 sales encounters shows a drop in purchase likelihood, sales revenue, and customer satisfaction when salespeople deploy "classic" sales models.
Challenging the Marketing Status QuoMay 01, 2019
David Gal, University of Illinois at Chicago
Why do businesses fail to adapt as circumstances evolve? In this webinar, David Gal draws on lessons from the history of warfare, business, and science to identify the forces that serve to protect the status quo and how these forces can be overcome.
Poster: Organizational Buying and Innovation Adoption Under Share of Wallet ContractsApr 15, 2019 Navid Mojir, Harvard University
Navid Mojir explores the impact of “share of wallet” contracts on purchasing decisions and how they can potentially speed up diffusion of innovation in the context of a medical device market.
Putting Analytics into Action: Using Cupcakes to Improve Business OutcomesApr 05, 2019 Martyn Crook, Vice President Global Knowledge and Insights, The Coca-Cola Company
The best analytics in the world are useless if we don’t get the right information to the right people at the right time, and then ensure that they take action.
Moving Beyond Data and Analytics: Getting to an Insight CultureApr 05, 2019 Liam Fahey, Partner, Leadership Forum
Liam Fahey will describe some of the key elements of an insight-driven culture and how it enables marketers to be far more influential in their organizations.
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