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Knowledge Management for Sales and Marketing

A Practitioner’s Guide

While this book is primarily aimed at those who are involved in Knowledge Management (KM) or have recently been appointed to deliver KM in sales and marketing environments, it is also highly relevant to those engaged in the management or delivery of sales and marketing activities. This book presents models to assist the reader to understand how knowledge can be applied and reused within the sales and marketing processes, leading to an enhanced win rate.

Topics covered provide managers and practitioners with the necessary principles, approaches and tools to be able to design their approach from scratch or to be able to compare their existing practices against world class examples. Several models and methodologies are explained which can be applied or replicated in a wide variety of industries. The book also features numerous case studies which illustrate the journey that various companies are taking as they implement KM within sales and marketing.

Paperback, 196 Pages

Published: May 2011

Imprint: Chandos Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-84334-604-3

Reviews

  • Offers a straightforward and easy-to-grasp overview of a complex subject., Managing Information
    This book illustrates that what may appear a straightforward concept is in fact one that requires more consideration and has many elements to it if it is to be successfully implemented. It has been written for a specific audience, but the content can also be understood and applied more broadly., Australian Library Journal

Contents

  • Principles of knowledge management; The sales and marketing context; Knowledge management processes in sales, bidding and marketing; Communities in sales and marketing; Technology; Knowledge management roles; Culture and governance; Case study from British Telecom: Supporting a distributed sales force; Case study from Mars, Inc.: Knowledge management in sales and marketing; Case study from Ordnance Survey: Social networking and the transfer of knowledge within supply chain management; Setting up a knowledge management framework for sales, marketing and bidding.

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