Posts Tagged ‘Managing’

Managing Knowledge in Sales Forces

December 9, 2009

If the question of knowledge management systems, and is in discussion with many sales managers and managing them immediately raised view of the accounts within the company. You can run a variety of reports about customers for products, sales and margins, which can be extrapolated to the regions and a variety of other reports design. Some companies extend the concept even further into systems which relate to quality assurance: the procedure used when the inputOrders to the financial and operating system are used to the process for billing and other compliance obligations for the effective functioning of the company. A CRM can also be present, but often the content in the software unfortunately lacks any real information or value.

Are these systems?

Most certainly, but they are perhaps only about one tenth of what is needed for an effective sales force management, and also protect the knowledge of the companyagainst vagrants sales staff.

There is a high degree of risk that is associated with the operation of a company whose knowledge of customers and associations only in the minds of the people receive. There is a risk that many companies have seen significant drops in suffering that the individual drives, so that a massive gap in its place. Companies can apply one or two years recovering from the lost information. The company does not really know the customer is buying on their past trendsand they lose enormous credibility as the new sales staff struggles on the road with what can a longtime customer.

Knowledge management is about systems for the sales force, which;

1) Maintains customer knowledge gained through the interaction in sales, and more importantly,

2) provision of business and organizational skills for the field, proved to be effective in their roles.

A system that can achieve these two pointsleads to the establishment of a standard of performance throughout the team that manages the customer's experience.

The areas of knowledge are not the narrow, vertical information is often thought as a financial and product nor knowledge of the CRM software will be promoted on the market that exists today. Rather, "knowledge" about the all-region in the function that requires the sale of Harvard Business Review research as the main raw material, has been recognized bya strong competitor and a successful company. That is, a company that has well defined systems filled with the knowledge on many levels, instead of the commonplace CRM. In fact, cited the Harvard Business Review, the CRM system as an add-on as the central system, which most companies are led to believe.

The main aim of knowledge management is fully informed about sellers before they go to a customer, so that they possess a high degree ofCredibility. Through knowledge management, and sales people, given the tools and the knowledge of how they use them to improve their communication with the customer. They are also with the knowledge about how to identify and cultivate opportunities for specific products available. The working documents and methods used behind the scenes for the planning, key account management, customer management, accurate forecasting, standards of operation andExpectations are clearly defined. These are large and potentially one of the most important investment for any business. Each element of knowledge management systems and directly affects the efficiency of the team and especially their ability to sign new business. The smarter of an organization is in its distribution function, the efficient and effective is how it works, so what to maximum growth performance.

As a director, orCEO of a company, it is your job to the process of developing the knowledge management systems will start, while ensuring that you install best practices that you mark as a formidable competitor.

By initiating your methods, experiences and practices in a way that is for your organization values, style and individual approach document, you are the first step toward minimizing the risk to leave the seller and taking your companythem. Interestingly, most sales people report that on conducting a thorough systems and processes in an organization that they finally understand what is required and the limits within which they work. In most cases, sales forces are so desperate for the correct orientation and direction of their sales activities, as much as the managers have to perform for their employees to observe the correct procedures. Organizations with fixed systems can typically provide a 25-35% increase in strengthResults.


Managing Technology in an organization

December 5, 2009

Today, the integration of technologies is the key word, entrepreneurs around the world can not stop discussing about how technology is our current business environment transform. How tech savvy companies will become extinct the rudimentary book. Learning from the late nineties dotcom bust, we know the technology is no panacea for a pill business problems, but a tool to make our administration more efficiently and effectively is. Technology allows us to have more information to make our decisions, but it can notour decision. The decisions are still taken by people behind them.

Management in real faces some difficulties in managing technology – the most important among them is – when is the right time to invest in technology. Most companies are afraid to invest at this stage, since they believe that the technology is changing so fast that investments are being made today will be a rudimentary realized in the near future and the investment might not be able to recover total costs incurred in her.

Secondly, ifand how, except to move on to the next stage – progressing from walking with investments in technology for the first time the company table has a detailed plan, as the phase-out of the current technological level, to ascend to the next level. A gradual transition to the time, holds the key in managing technology both in the workshop and in the balance sheet.

The technology is not only a paradigm shift on how to do business, but also it to the next level, where most industrialPlayers will not only back on technology just to cut costs, but also for increased innovation and efficiency.

Information Literacy for Managing Knowledge Community in the developing countries in a Knowledge Society Environment

November 18, 2009

The video focuses on and describes the knowledge, skills and qualities necessary to the part of information professionals, knowledge managers, and other companies to provide information for knowledge management, rural and indigenous communities, especially in developing countries where knowledge societies in are arising.