The past year was a tumultuous time for companies and employees, alike. Internal shakeups, project pauses, even layoffs. Employees are trying to understand what the “new normal” means for their careers. Companies are exploring what staffing models look like in the future. Through all of this uncertainty, retaining your most valuable resources is essential.
Sales engineering is about more than helping to close deals, it’s about creating a long-term relationship with clients and setting them on a path that ensures their success and the success of the product or service being purchased. Are we here to sell software? Or are we here to help our prospects achieve the best possible outcomes? Maybe they don’t even know the full potential until we show them the way.
Are you looking for ways to improve your company’s collaboration efforts?
Ensuring effective communication across an organization, especially during a time when a large portion of workers are distributed and primarily communicating with one another online, is critical for a company’s success. Creating great collaboration takes time and focused effort whether your organization has experience in remote work or not.
The standard project life cycle has been used by countless companies to manage their business processes for many years despite the growing complexities surrounding project management. However, the complexities involved in professional services organization projects have reached a critical point where a new life cycle model is required for success.
The digital age is driving major transformation in the workplace. These forces are altering nearly every aspect of business, not to mention, a new class of employee has emerged: the remote worker. Who are remote workers and how do they benefit our modern economy?
The adoption of collaboration software is one of the biggest trends of the past 12 months. And it’s no surprise. Collaboration can improve business execution, enabling better communication and increasing productivity.