In the fourth part of the Sales Operations/Management Specialization, students will explore the purpose and methods for forecasting and budgeting in a management role. Next, we will learn how to develop territories and evaluate sales performance. Finally, we will explore the legal and ethical issues facing sales managers.
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來自FORECASTING, BUDGETING, TERRITORIES, EVALUATION AND LEGAL/ETHICAL ISSUES的熱門評論
A GOOD CAURSE THAT EVERY SALES MANAGER MUST DO EYE OPEING RECOMMEND TO ALL SALES PROFERSIONAL COURSERA YOU ARE DOING GREAT GOD BLESS ALL THE TEAM AND THE LECTURES
Thank you very much! Very useful, complex, approachable and complete course both for Sales/ Account manager and for other analysts and managers!
Great course to build foundation in Sales & Marketing. Thank you Professor Emily C. Tanner, Suzanne C. Bal & Michael F. Walsh
Overall good content if you are not familiar with the subject or if you want to have a broad picture of what SM entails.
關於 Sales Operations/Management 專項課程
Sales jobs span nearly every industry, from agribusiness and pharmaceuticals, to telecommunications and property management. And essential to sales is the management of the sales force. This course provides the knowledge and know how required for careers in sales management. Students are exposed to all facets of sales management, including organizing, selecting, training, motivating, supervising and compensating the sales force, territory management and administration and sales and expense forecasting. Also covered are typical sales management problems and potential solutions. As part of the course, you will meet a number of practicing sales managers who share their experience and knowledge. The learning outcomes are: