How to make a science out of distribution
As we all know, you can make a science out of anything. In some cases, you wonder if it’s necessary. In this case, however, we clearly say yes! Our guests are people who work at the interface between marketing and sales. Like Prof. Dr. Christian Schmitz, who holds a chair in Sales Management at the Ruhr University in Bochum. His mission: to link research with practice and use scientific findings to make sales work more successful. What he has already researched and what findings he has come to in the process are our topics in today’s episode.
New Work: What the work of tomorrow may look like
Everything is new in this episode! It’s not just about the topic of “New Work”. Today Martin Süßmuth is also on board as co-host. Because both crew leaders have a special relationship with the current discussion partner, Dr. Michael Trautmann. In addition to a joint formative trip to Silicon Valley, Martin is a participant in Michael Trautmann’s “New Work Master Skills” programme. Besides a joint formative trip to Silicon Valley, Martin is a participant in Michael Trautmann’s “New Work Master Skills” programme. “New Work” is also the core topic of the very successful podcast “On the Way to New Work”, which Michael Trautmann runs together with Christoph Magnussen.
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