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Learn how to create brand promises that your B2B company can actually stand behind, and increase your customer engagement as a result.
Learn how restaurant leaders can achieve growth in today's competitive food service industry.
Learn how to develop a culture where your employees believe in company values and perform better as a result.
Learn why customers respond to a defined set of company values and how to ask them for feedback to improve your culture.
Learn why it's so important for restaurants to deliver a consistent, engaging experience at every location, on every channel, every day, for every customer.
Learn how B2B sales leaders can become trusted advisers to their customers -- and why it's so important to have that type of partnership.
Insights to Improve Customer Engagement
Gain an edge in the competitive restaurant industry by engaging your restaurant employees -- they'll tell the world to dine at your establishment.
Learn about the critical role of field support employees in restaurants and how they can better align purpose, brand and culture.
Learn about the importance of building a strong culture at the corporate office that will permeate every restaurant you run.
How well do you work with your suppliers and vendors? Learn strategies from The Golden Thread to improve these vital business relationships.
What's your restaurant's competitive advantage? Discover how the "The Golden Thread" can help you find profit where it's notoriously hard to find.
Learn how to harness the power of predictive analytics to solve your B2B company's growth problems.
Find out how legacy IT companies' talent and product strategies need to evolve in the face of new, agile competitors.
Mergers offer a rare chance to build a new workplace culture. Here's how CHROs can capitalize on the opportunities and avoid the pitfalls.
Learn why strong workplace cultures can challenge companies undergoing M&A and how your company can avoid common revenue-destroying mistakes.
Understand your B2B customers on every level to create the most organic growth, especially during mergers and acquisitions.