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eBook: Win Loss Reviews: 6 Simple Steps for Better Sales Strategy Execution

Sales performance improvement

once is not enough why sales training reinforcement is a must

August 30, 2017eBook

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What’s Inside

Every sales opportunity, whether won or lost, has useful nuggets of information that can be harvested and used to improve future sales strategy execution.

When those pieces of information are aggregated, analyzed, and made available for all to use, the organization’s competitive position is greatly enhanced. You cannot plod along blindly without knowing what’s truly working and what isn’t. Follow the 6 simple steps outlined in the eBook, Win Loss Reviews: 6 Simple Steps for Better Sales Strategy Execution, to execute win-loss reviews that give you insight and direction into your sales strategy.

We cover:

  • Guidelines for reviewing the scope of deals
  • Using the ADKAR model for effective change management
  • Questions to asks the buyer in the event of wins - and losses

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