Here we share useful industry news, materials and resources for personal and professional development. Sign up to the newsletter to make sure you don’t miss out on new posts.
Being Data-Driven: What does it mean?
17 August 2020 \\ Technology
Author: Alexander Boast
It’s a phrase, and perhaps verb, that we hear a lot, isn’t it?
LinkedIn profiles, job descriptions and PR articles are all talking about how to become data-driven, how to make data-driven decisions, how to be data-driven.
To the uninitiated – and perhaps even to the initiated – it might be worth pausing for a moment to ask what this really means?
A Google search for the term “data-driven” returns some 655 million results, and a quick adjective definition that reads thusly:
“The adjective data-driven means that progress in an activity is compelled by data, rather than by intuition or by personal experience.” Wikipedia
Sales - Has Covid-19 Changed Our Approach?
Open Solutions Global Founder, Patrycja Maksymowicz in conversation with Kristian Ramsier, FISM
We’ll look at key aspects of your business such as management and culture, operations and processes, internal communications, marketing, and sales, then provide you with an overview that will help you understand your business pain points and areas for improvement detrimental to growth.
Importantly, we can help you uncover risks you might not be aware of.
T.: +44 (0)20 8058 1140 /075 0718 3115
Ensure your sales team are competent and effective.
One of our experts will pose either as an existing or potential customer and will give a well-briefed, intelligent mystery call. After each call, a report is produced and feedback shared with you.