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Meeting Planning Steps: How to Plan a Meeting

It’s understandable why people often moan at the prospect of a meeting. But meetings are important. To remove the stigma attached to meetings, learn meeting planning. What Is Meeting Planning? Meeting planning sets the agenda for the meeting. Why Is Meeting Planning Important? Learn more.

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How to Run Team Meetings: Tips & Best Practices

What Is a Team Meeting? A team meeting is a scheduled event in which people involved in a project will get together and have a conversation about topics related to that work. Meetings come in many forms, but the more effective ones have an agenda created by the team leader that outlines what is to be discussed.


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How to Improve Meetings with a Terms of Reference

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Are your meetings a bit long and unstructured, regardless of how much effort you put into making a good agenda ? We used to have meetings like that until we implemented a terms of reference for the meeting series. Now everyone knows what the meeting is for and what their role in it is. Ready to get started?

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10 Project Meetings to Guide Your Project Management Team

Project meetings often feel as if they’re in the way of your work. If you’re not working from an agenda or you don’t manage those meetings, that can be true. But meetings are critical for project planning and team collaboration. What Are Project Meetings? Types of Project Meetings. Learn more.

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The New GTM Playbook: 18 Ways to Future-Proof Your Sales Team

More meetings. Longer sales cycles. Increasingly discerning buyers. Intensifying competition. Economic uncertainty. Go-to-market teams of every size, in every industry, are grappling with these challenges firsthand. Thankfully, there’s an answer.

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Tips for Before, During & After Meetings

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Managing successful meetings is not a new subject, but neither is it a waste of time to refresh ourselves about how best to manage meetings. Below, Guillermo Solis has some suggestions to bear in mind before, during and after meetings, when we are in charge of the meeting as a project manager. Before the meeting.

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Project Kickoff Meeting: How to Write a Kickoff Meeting Agenda

That’s why a kickoff meeting is so important. A kickoff meeting puts everyone on the same page. It’s all part of the meeting agenda and makes sure the project team starts off on the right foot. What Is a Project Kickoff Meeting? A kickoff meeting is usually led by the project manager. It sets up project success.

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How ZoomInfo Helps Overcome the Top Pain Points of Inside Sales

How can sales organizations meet the buyer along the journey at the perfect time? With more access to user reviews, analyst opinion, and industry research, decision-makers are more informed than ever while navigating what is now known as the “buyer’s journey.”. Download this eBook to find out!

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100 Pipeline Plays: The Modern Sales Playbook

Meet your modern sales playbook - See how high-performing sales and marketing teams increase pipeline year-over-year. For the first time, we’re sharing the winning plays that took us from scrappy startup to a publicly traded company. Use our proven data-driven plays to grow your pipeline and crush your revenue targets.

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Cold Calling Tips and Tricks

In fact, less than 2% of today’s cold calls actually result in meetings, and 63% of sales professionals say it’s what they dislike most about their jobs. In recent years, cold calling has become synonymous with rejection and failure.

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The Impact of Direct Dials on Sales Productivity

Leveraging the latest industry research, this eBook highlights the impact of direct dial phone numbers on sales productivity with the goal of empowering reps to have more conversations with prospects, and consequently, schedule more meetings, increase opportunities, and close more business - fast.

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The Innovative PM: Cultivating Creativity in the Evolving Hybrid Workspace

Speaker: Rachel Rai Henry, Founder of the Creative Flow School

As project leaders adapt to meet the demands of inevitable change, the future of hybrid work shows promising possibilities for organizations of every size. Recent studies show that nearly 45% of U.S. companies expect to implement a hybrid model in the next year. It’s safe to say that remote work is here to stay.

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Using Continuous Customer Testing for Pandemic-Proof Product Success

Speaker: Luke Freiler, CEO and co-founder of Centercode

A lucky few companies are ramping up to meet skyrocketing demand for distance-friendly products and services. COVID-era product management is fraught with challenges as companies scramble to adapt their approach to make the most out of the current economic climate.

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Meet Your Goals with a Practical Product Strategy

Speaker: Nils Davis, Principal, NPD Associates

Whether you manage a feature, a product, or a whole suite of products, you likely have some goals that you're trying to meet. It's your strategy that allows you to make decisions that help you meet your goals in the first place. Join this webinar to learn how to: Articulate a strategy to help meet your product goals.

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The ABM Benchmark Survey

In a recent survey with Demand Gen Report, we found 59% of experienced practitioners (those with ABM programs more than a year old) indicated their ABM programs are meeting or greatly exceeding their expectations, while only 45% of novices (those with ABM programs less than one year old) could say the same.