Departmental Structure & Communications
Use this step-by-step planning methodology and set of 16 premium tools and templates to develop a comprehensive public relations strategy & plan.
A tool to help you itemize, document, and track items reported through quality management activities.
Use this template to ensure that your project will meet its quality objectives.
Use this to clarify roles and responsibilities in cross-functional/departmental projects and processes.
Use this tool to assess the alignment between your Sales and Marketing functions.
Use this step-by-step planning methodology and set of 35 premium tools and templates to create a comprehensive sales enablement plan.
Use this tool to help you measure your organization's readiness for a Sales Enablement initiative.
An all-in-one playbook of information to help your sales reps sell your product/service in the most effective way.
We created the Sales Presentation Template to provide you with a standardized presentation deck.
Use this template to provide your reps with a standardized and professional sales proposal.
Use this step-by-step planning methodology and set of 27 premium tools and templates to develop a consultative approach to selling.
A template that documents the service level agreement (SLA) between the company and customer.
A tool to organize and assign tasks when implementing a Social Media program.
A worksheet to help you develop effective probing questions.
Use this to identify key stakeholders, evaluate their interest, power, support level and flexibility.
A tool to create a work breakdown structure (WBS) by organizing the project's deliverables into manageable tasks.
Advanced marketing analytics is the way forward. Six tips for building an analytical culture will ensure you won’t be left behind.
Tania Haigh, marketing manager at McDonald’s Corporation, provided a brief inside look at the brand’s approach to integrated marketing and discussed the company’s efforts to reach women and moms.
This collection of data charts represents findings from the 2013 In-House Agency Survey. The objective of this survey was to gain critical insights into which companies are currently utilizing in-house agencies and to identify services these agencies handle, the benefits/drawbacks, and the internal costs of these agencies.
Cella Consulting surveyed over 400 in-house creative agency professionals to analyze the capabilities, frequency of use, and challenges related to in-house creative agencies.