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Enterprise Engagement: The Roadmap, 3rd Edition

Enterprise Engagement: The Roadmap, 3rd Edition has been completely updated with new information, illustrations and new chapters. Authored and edited by dozens of experts in general management, marketing, sales, data management, business and academia, the Textbook’s methodology has been endorsed by leading companies as a means of achieving both strategic and tactical organizational goals related to sales, marketing, human resources, vendor management, and community relations. A proven strategy to:
  • Increase long-term profitability
  • Maximize customer loyalty and referrals
  • Capture the commitment of dealers, agents and distributors
  • Increase sales and improve customer service
  • Maximize quality, productivity, quality and wellness
  • Foster greater prosperity through a focus on people 
 
Enterprise Engagement: The Roadmap, 3rd Edition also provides formal preparation for the Enterprise Engagement Certification program. To order a copy, click here.

Bruce Bolger, Allan Schweyer & Richard Kern . 242 pp. Cost: $36

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Best Sales Promotions

Reviews 126 of the best recent sales promotion campaigns. Readers will develop a better understanding of what constitutes a successful promotion and of what a good promotion canóand can'tódo. A straightforward book that is useful for readers with all levels of experience.

McGraw-Hill Companies. 240pp. Paperback.

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Exceeding Customer Expectations

Based on the business practices and history of Enterprise Rent-a-Car, this book focuses on how the company has achieved financial results by creating happy customers, successful business partnerships, and an engaged and motivated workforce. It discusses the relationship between the company's employee satisfaction, retention, and profitability, and shows how Enterprise makes and reinforces those connections.

Currency . 256pp. Hardcover . Cost: $16.47

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From Mind to Market: Reinventing the Retail Supply Chain

Offers a good introduction to the new thinking about market research. It's a handbook of the latest trends, strategies, and techniques of marketing in today's global community. Blackwell illustrates his points with examples from companies that already employ such practices, including Kinko's, The Limited, and Banc One Corporation.

Collins. 272pp. Hardcover. Cost: $20.48

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Enterprise Engagement: The Roadmap, 3rd Edition

Enterprise Engagement: The Roadmap, 3rd Edition has been completely updated with new information, illustrations and new chapters. Authored and edited by dozens of experts in general management, marketing, sales, data management, business and academia, the Textbook’s methodology has been endorsed by leading companies as a means of achieving both strategic and tactical organizational goals related to sales, marketing, human resources, vendor management, and community relations. A proven strategy to:
  • Increase long-term profitability
  • Maximize customer loyalty and referrals
  • Capture the commitment of dealers, agents and distributors
  • Increase sales and improve customer service
  • Maximize quality, productivity, quality and wellness
  • Foster greater prosperity through a focus on people 
 
Enterprise Engagement: The Roadmap, 3rd Edition also provides formal preparation for the Enterprise Engagement Certification program. To order a copy, click here.

Bruce Bolger, Allan Schweyer & Richard Kern . 242 pp. Cost: $36

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Best Sales Promotions

Reviews 126 of the best recent sales promotion campaigns. Readers will develop a better understanding of what constitutes a successful promotion and of what a good promotion canóand can'tódo. A straightforward book that is useful for readers with all levels of experience.

McGraw-Hill Companies. 240pp. Paperback.

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Creating a Total Rewards Strategy: A Toolkit for Designing Business-Based Plans

Salary, bonuses, benefits and "perks" may be the most visible elements of a rewards program, but other components are just as valuable to employees. This comprehensive book and CD-ROM package shows how nonfinancial rewards can be quantified and combined with monetary measures in a way that complements business objectives. The authors' eye-opening research on what employees value is backed up by examples from their own consulting experience. The book's step-by-step process features more than 100 practical tools for developing an "M3" rewards system based on money, mix, and message, and provides a blueprint for creating a custom-tailored rewards strategy to match an organization's specific goals.

American Management Association. 352pp. Hardcover.

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Dartnell's Sales Promotion Handbook

An all-in-one reference for marketers, divided into four parts with each part devoted to different aspects of sales promotion, from planning and techniques to strategies and issues. Each chapter is written by an expert with experience working in the field. Hundreds of examples and case histories are included.

Dartnell Corp. 910pp. Hardcover. Cost: $69.95

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Exceeding Customer Expectations

Based on the business practices and history of Enterprise Rent-a-Car, this book focuses on how the company has achieved financial results by creating happy customers, successful business partnerships, and an engaged and motivated workforce. It discusses the relationship between the company's employee satisfaction, retention, and profitability, and shows how Enterprise makes and reinforces those connections.

Currency . 256pp. Hardcover . Cost: $16.47

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Four Elements of Successful Management

This book addresses basic management issues applicable to almost any organization and manager. It provides a simple approach summarized as "select, direct, evaluate, and reward," but is in no way short of details. It includes extensive information on every aspect of the process, including benefits of cash and noncash awards.

Amacom. 208pp. Hardcover . Cost: $14.96

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From Mind to Market: Reinventing the Retail Supply Chain

Offers a good introduction to the new thinking about market research. It's a handbook of the latest trends, strategies, and techniques of marketing in today's global community. Blackwell illustrates his points with examples from companies that already employ such practices, including Kinko's, The Limited, and Banc One Corporation.

Collins. 272pp. Hardcover. Cost: $20.48

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Incentive Travel--The Complete Guide

Covers all aspects of creating, planning, and undertaking an incentive travel program and is essential for anyone who plans incentive travel for an agency or end user.

Dendrobium Books. Hardcover. Cost: Currently unavailable

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Incentives in Marketing & Motivation

A comprehensive text on the incentive marketplace. The content is illustrated and includes numerous case studies that reveal the breadth and potential of the incentive marketplace.

Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company. 427 pages. Paperback. Cost: $7.95

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Managing Through Incentives: How to Develop a More Collaborative, Productive, and Profitable Organization

Shows managers how to apply proven motivators to help any size firm energize the work force, increase its profits, and meet the challenges of today's competitive global economy. Presents the pros and cons of incentives as well as why and how they work and discusses in detail incentives for executives and workers and those used for marketing to consumers.

Oxford University Press. 352pp. Hardcover. Cost: $60.00

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Principles of Results-Based Incentive Program Design

Based on the Incentive Marketing Association's Principles Of Results-Based Incentive Program Design Seminar, this is the first formal curriculum ever developed for incentive program planning. The textbook includes sections on Incentive Program Basics for the Business Executive, Core Strategies for the Business Executive, Planning and Design Considerations for the Practitioner, and Implementation and Management Considerations for the Practitioner.

Incentive Marketing Association. Cost: $69.95

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Retaining Your Employees

Described as a "crisp, fifty-minute" book, this concise, step-by-step approach to employee motivation. The authors focus on using "respect, recognition, and rewards" to achieve positive organizational results. In a concise, quickly readable format, they address the benefits to keeping employees and keeping them happy; creating a fun, enriching and "hard-to-leave" workfplace; understanding the impact of feeling valued at work, and tapping to employee desires for personal and professional growth.

Thomson Course Technology . 104pp. Paperback. Cost: $13.95

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