Reduce your reliance on sales forecasting

11/14/2011 | Sales Benchmark Index

Spending too much time on sales forecasting can take sales leaders' time away from important tasks, writes Dan Perry. To reduce the focus on forecasting, sales leaders should spend more time in the field, he writes. It's also essential to make sure you hire sales representatives you can trust and to create a sales process they can follow, he writes.

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