Pam will tell you up front that she’s not your typical marketer. Being in the corporate world for 20+ years and having held various positions at Intel from accounting and supply chain management and then marketing, Pam has the benefit of having a holistic view of how a company runs. She thinks strategically and is able to translate the big picture into actionable plans & tactics. Her first book, “Global Content Marketing” (McGraw Hill, 2014) is the first marketing book to offer a complete process to scale content around the world.
In her upcoming book, “Effective Sales Enablement” she focuses on marketing’s role in sales enablement, the friction between sales and marketing, and provides strategies for having consistent branding and messaging in sales enablement. It’s this second book that we dive into and discuss a very interesting topic that I know you’ll have an opinion on -- who should own sales enablement?