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Management, Proposal Management

The Truth About How Motivated Blindness Affects Business Decisions

April 19, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

There is a well-documented cognitive bias that says that people see what they want to see and easily miss contradictory information. A particular type of cognitive bias is when a person suppresses information when it’s in their interest to remain […]


Management, Proposal Management

HubSpot’s CRM vs. Active Campaign: Which Is Best for Your Business?

April 16, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Choosing a customer relationship management (CRM) system is just like a fairytale, or at least that is how I am going to tell it. Also fairly warning now, there are Disney gifs ahead. This story has been told a once […]


Management, Proposal Management

How to Manage Customer Relationships with CRM

April 14, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Wouldn’t it be great to have a tool to help us track our interactions with customers to understand their needs better? And manage ongoing relationships with our customers as well as customer leads. It is cheaper to retain customers than […]


Management, Strategy & Planning

Our “Attention” Problem

April 13, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Recently, I participated in a Clubhouse discussion, it was my first and I was surprised to be invited to be part of the panel. After the discussion, one of the hosts asked my impressions. “It was interesting, we covered a […]


Management, Product Management

3 Simple Ways Any Business Can Increase Sales

April 12, 2021

Via: Entrepreneur

I’ve yet to speak with an entrepreneur who doesn’t want more sales. Generating more sales isn’t easy, but it’s simpler than many leaders think. After a decade of teaching leaders how to improve sales, I’ve distilled all creative tactics into […]


Leadership & Career Development, Management

Valuable Business Lessons From the Shipping Tycoon Cornelius Vanderbilt

April 8, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Cornelius Vanderbilt was a shipping tycoon that started with shipping freight by ferry to controlling one of the largest railroad networks. Cornelius Vanderbilt Steamboat Legacy Cornelius Vanderbilt quit school at age 11 and began working on one of his father’s […]


Leadership & Career Development, Management

Communication Breakdown in the Workplace

April 7, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Do you remember when we were at school and had group projects? The idea was to work as a team and share ideas. Fun, huh? There was just this one itsy-bitsy thing: not everyone was heard or taken into consideration. […]


Leadership & Career Development, Management

Employee Poaching: Keep Them Happy or Someone Else Will

April 6, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Great team members are highly valuable—which means other companies are trying to poach your best employees. You’ve worked hard to build and invest in your agency’s team—so why wouldn’t someone else want to reap the benefits? Your employees can leave […]


Management, Strategy & Planning

How DevOps Has Emerged to Be the Bed-rock Tool for Software Development Businesses

March 31, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Non-collaboration is one of the worst human failings. And the only way to fight this failure is through collaboration. Software Development teams struggled with their non-collaborative mindset some time ago. They always kept the testing and operations team at a […]


Leadership & Career Development, Management

Founders Need to Own Their Success

March 29, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

There are times that call for tough love and this is one of them. As a founder of a food and beverage brand, you have chosen a hard and rocky path. You’ll hit a lot of walls, hear a lot […]