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Exploring the Principles of Sales Process Excellence

A Discussion with Michael Webb About Applying Process Improvement Methods to B2B Sales

There's a massive difference between just "trying to improve" in a general sense and leveraging a rigorous, fact-based method for driving systemic improvement. While the former may yield fleeting results on occasion, the latter provides a framework for solving the right problems, in the right ways, to drive continuous improvements in efficiency, effectiveness, and results. In this expert interview, Michael Webb, the author of Sales Process Excellence, discusses how the time-tested principles, concepts, and tools of process improvement should be utilized in B2B sales environments.

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