Business:Management & Marketing
Todd Cohen testifies that siloed companies are mediocre companies that eventually die. They die because sales and marketing are siloed. They die because employees, regardless of job title don’t understand that when they serve the customer well, they are in sales. They die because company departments don't talk to one another.
Todd says they can be in manufacturing or finance, it makes no difference, every action they take serves the customer. He’s got opinions and examples of solving the silo problem in this interview with the host Stacy Gentile. Cohen discusses:
About our guest:
Todd Cohen’s proven strategy of Sales Culture™ has helped to revolutionize the sales success for franchises, trade groups, and organizations, including Subaru of America, Inc., Ernst and Young, The UPS Store, Inc., The Canadian Franchise Alliance, Corning, Inc., The NFL-PA and PNC Bank. Todd uses his unparalleled expertise, unique insights, and memorable examples to engage, motivate and educate audiences in the United States and around the world. He delivers more than 90 keynote addresses a year, speaking to audiences as small as five people and as large as 5,000.
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