You know that scene in The Matrix when Neo wakes up in a metal tank and discovers that his entire life has been a lie and that he is merely a battery helping to power a world run by machines?
Have you ever had a slip of the tongue that reveals an insight? On a call with one of my team members recently, we were talking about the sales world’s overly complex landscape of technologies, and I wanted to talk about point solutions, but what I said was, “point pollutions.”
For almost 20 years, one CRM platform has been in use by more sales organizations than any other. You know the one.
A Google search for “What is CRM?” returns a whopping 37 million unique results, each of them focusing on a different aspect of CRM or attempting to unify all the different purposes and meanings of Customer Relationship Management into one, and usually failing.
I love to ski. It’s one of my top “flow” activities, and I especially love the alps, which has some of the best ski slopes in the world. But as any skier knows, it’s a sport with some very specific risks. One of the most dangerous things that can happen, is to get caught in an avalanche.