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MKT7571

SALES IN ACTION

MKT7571

Course Description:

MKT7571: Sales in Action
(Previously titled Building and Leading Effective Sales Force)

This course focuses on the management of sales force (i.e., salespeople, business development executives, and customer relationship staff). The course explores the resources (e.g., people, information, and technology) used by firms to initiate and develop long term customer relationships. Given the vital role of sales in several organizations, the course will expose students to the strategic and tactical means with which firms create, control, nurture, and motivate the sales force.

This course complements MBA 9502 (Customer Acquisition and Persuasion). Whereas MBA 9502 focuses on the development of skills needed to excel in selling, this course addresses the leadership roles of Sales Managers, Sales Directors, Chief Revenue Officers, and Sales VPs.
Topics covered typically include sales force structure/sizing, territory design, recruitment/selection, coaching and training, motivation (leadership, compensation, sales contests, and quota management), and performance management.

Prerequisite: MKT7200 or MKT7800

Department:

Marketing

Course Level:

Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

3

Course Programs:

Graduate