There is value in teaching your employees things that don’t necessarily relate directly to their job. Most companies don’t thrive in an assembly line style culture, where each person is responsible for one specific task, in a silo. When teams understand what everyone’s role is, and know a little bit about how they all fit together, they work much better together. There is more collaboration and creativity. I’m not advocating for a flatter org chart, just more open communication and education processes that help employees grow and contribute.
Here is a look at last week’s blog posts:
- Marketing Myths – Be More Social
- How to Successfully Charge a Higher Price
- The Relationship Between Marketing and IT
Two Ways to Boost Your Marketing Knowledge: