Use a proactive strategy to boost sales effectiveness

05/8/2013 | Sales Benchmark Index

A proactive strategy, rather than a reactive approach, is generally better for improving the effectiveness of your sales organization, writes Greg Alexander. Sometimes, however, you will have no choice but to react to changes in market conditions. "When this happens, it is perfectly acceptable to switch from proactive to reactive," he writes.

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