Bryan Mattimore

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Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that three questions you have to ask if you want to sell creatively are: who’s selling, how are they doing it, and to whom are they selling
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that using creative processes, like ideation and creativity will go a long way t getting a sales team ready for the expectations of the 21st-century customer.
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the ways to add value to customers with creative selling that might include some unlikely partners and approaches.
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal two of the most important keys to creating a successful innovative culture, including being specific when asking for innovative ideas, and doing that on a regular basis.
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that your customer could be your most important innovation contributor and how to get the most innovation ideas out of them.
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how your strategic planning can be improved, when we add a creative perspective, to help us add value to our analytical practices.
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how customers will require your most creative influence in strategic planning, because of their fast-evolving expectations.
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the innovation and creativity customers are demanding – without realizing it – as they continue to modify their expectations, empowered by technology.
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that perhaps the most unused resource in business is the unused and underappreciated creativity of employees, and how to tap into it.
Bryan Mattimore joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the difference between ideation and brainstorming, and why the former is the best way to get the highest level of creativity out of your team.