Management of a Sales Force

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Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Business & Economics - 628 pages
Readers who want a practical, real-world approach to sales force management that intentionally avoids models and theoretical detail will find what they're looking for here. With strong coverage of the human factors in sales management, such as motivation, staffing, and leadership, as well as 42 case studies that features situations faced by real-life sales managers, this book's innovation advice is ideal for current and future sales managers alike.

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Introduction to Sales Force Management Plan of This Book
Leadership and Supervision of a Sales
The Professional Salesperson

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William J. Stanton is professor emeritus of marketing at the University of Colorado-Boulder. He received his PhD in marketing from Northwestern University, where he was elected to Beta Gamma Sigma. He has worked in business and has taught in several management development programs for marketing executives. He has served as a consultant for various business organizations and has engaged in research projects for the federal government. Professor Stanton also has lectured at universities in Europe, Asia, Mexico, and New Zealand. A coauthor of the leading text in sales management, Professor Stanton has also published several journal articles and monographs. Marketing has been translated into Spanish, and separate editions have been adapted (with coauthors) for Canada, Italy, Australia, and South Africa. In a survey of marketing educators, Professor Stanton was voted one of the leaders in marketing thought. And he is listed in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in the World.

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