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Lean for Sales Bringing the Science of Lean to the Art of Selling

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 02/2016
Edizione: 1° edizione





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This groundbreaking book describes the Lean journey as it extends to a business area that is mission critical, yet has been virtually untouched by the Lean transformation. Lean for Sales: Bringing the Science of Lean to the Art of Selling provides sales professionals, and their management teams, with a structured, fact-based approach to boosting sales close rates and delivering improved business value to customers.The time-tested Lean selling techniques described in this book have been proven to deliver profound results. In fact, it is not uncommon for sales close rates to see a threefold increase over current rates as a result of using the techniques described in this book. After reading the book, you will understand how to integrate the science of Lean with the art of sales to: Create winning sales proposals Use Lean selling storyboards to confirm what is truly valuable to your client and their business Improve sales team collaboration Define and qualify a client’s unique business problems and goals Manage sales process performance using a multi-dimensional measurement system that looks beyond sales revenue to include client value and process effectiveness This book outlines an innovative and proven approach to creating a common language with your customers that is based on waste elimination, root cause analysis, and time to value. Making the management of the sales cycle fact-based, rather than leaving it to intuition, this Lean selling manual presents tools that will enable sales professionals, and their managers, to collect sales opportunity data early and discard those leads that will ultimately waste valuable time and resources.




Sommario

Traditional Sales versus Lean Selling Art of SalesCompelling Need for a Change in Today’s Selling ApproachIll-Effects of the "Do Nothing" SyndromeTraditional versus Lean SellingKey Differences between Lean Selling and Traditional SellingScience of SellingApplying Lean to Sales—Fundamental PrinciplesStoryboardingTime to ValueWhat Is Value; Lean Selling Principles Value—A Sales Professional’s Favorite WordBalancing the Art and Science of Selling—A Culture ChangeLean Selling Principle 1: The Principle of Collaborative GivingLean Selling Principle 2: Continuous Qualification to Test the Health of a Sales ProjectLean Selling Principle 3: Value Is PersonalLean Selling Principle 4: All Sales Engagements Require aMixture of Art and ScienceLean Selling Principle 5: Documenting Your Customer Business ProcessEnables Root Cause IdentificationLean Selling Principle 6: Aligning Your Product or Service to the CustomerProblem and GoalLean Selling Principle 7: Look Beyond Features, Functions, and Benefits: Capabilities, Outcomes, and Time to Value Are More ImportantChallenges Created by the Digital Age—A New Service ModelChallenges with the Three-Layer Customer Services ModelThe Lean Sales "Funnel" Framework ExplainedOpportunity AnalysisCombining the Art of Selling with the Science of Lean-Getting Started ReferenceClient Capability Study and Identifying the Eight Deadly Forms of Lean Waste Lean WastesExplanation of the Lean WastesGetting to the Root Cause of a Client’s Problem and Proposing the "To-Be" Process The Cascade Effect and Lean Selling Balanced ScorecardUnderstanding the Consequences of Lean Wastes—"The Cascade Effect"Creating a Shared Understanding of the Consequences of Wastes—An IllustrationThe Impacts of the Cascade EffectQuantifying the Value—Building a Balanced Business CaseGadget Company: Process Problems Identified and the Resulting OutcomesMeasuring the Business Impact of a Problem and Associated Lean WastesThe Real Cost of Lean Waste (Building a Compelling Business Case)A Balanced Business Case for a Proposed SolutionConclusion and Time to Value RevisitedReferenceHow to Build a Time to Value PropositionIntroduction—How Does All This Lean Work Help to Sell a Product?Understanding the Client and Their ProcessesCollaborative SellingDocumenting Time to ValueApplying Pareto Principle in Lean SellingExpectation ManagementDefining Value Using Lean Selling versus Traditional Sales—ReflectionClient Value Realization (A Conceptual Model)Bringing It All Together with the Lean Selling StoryboardMaking the Final Value Proposition to the ClientThe Need for Stakeholder Buy-inLong Proposal versus a Short StoryboardLean Selling Storyboard OutlineStoryboarding Makes Decision Making EasierConclusion and a Call to Action




Autore

Sean Gillespie is a leading authority on value creation and value delivery in sales engagements, through the use of Lean and Agile tools and techniques. He has enjoyed a 25+ year professional sales career working for 4 of the top 20 software companies, in various senior sales and management roles. From his very first role in sales selling personal computers Sean’s focus has been based on developing strategic relationships with customers that enable tangible customer results. Today Sean works for IBM as a client value leader in IBM systems/software division. Additionally Sean advises the sales management teams on sales progression, success measurement, and sales skills and engagement enhancement.Michael V. Testani, Sr is a senior business transformation consultant for the IBM Corporation, where he leads operational and culture transformation initiatives across the global IBM enterprise. One of Testani’s primary areas of expertise is helping businesses make a successful Lean transformation, where he has successfully guided many organizations on their Lean journey. Over the last several years, he has been helping to enable Lean and Agile transformation initiatives within the IBM sales organization. Over his career, Testani has held several corporate leadership positions outside of IBM including, vice president of engineering, plant general manager, director of manufacturing and product manager. He also served as the president and general manager of his own independent consulting company, where he has enabled several clients around the world to adopt Lean principles and practices. He is a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Lean Master, and Agile consultant. Sreekanth Ramakrishnan, PhD, is a data scientist with IBM Corporate Learning, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In this role, he has global responsibilities for facilitating transformation across IBM Corporation using actionable insights gained from organizational data. He is also responsible to facilitate organizational transformation through Lean and Agile practices. He is a certified Lean Master and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. He has won international awards such as the 2011 IIE Lean Best Practice Award and the 2012 Society of Engineering Management’s "Engineering Manager of the Year" Award. He has also won numerous accolades in learning design and development, such as the Brandon Hall Award.







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ISBN:

9781482253146

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 10 x 7 in Ø 1.15 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:33 b/w images, 26 tables and N/A
Pagine Arabe: 178
Pagine Romane: xxii






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