B2B Reads: Clubhouse, RevOps, and Coffee Shops


In addition to our Sunday App of the Week feature, we also summarize some of our favorite B2B sales & marketing posts from around the Web each week. We’ll miss a ton of great stuff, so if you found something you think is worth sharing please add it to the comments below.

What qualities lead to organizational resiliency?
Organizational resilience is more important than ever in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks for your insights, Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland and Lauren Trees.

What to Do When No One’s Taking Initiative
Some simple steps to take to encourage your leadership teams to step up via NOBL Academy.

Why you’re more creative in coffee shops
An interesting look at why some people get their best work done at a coffee shop. Thanks, Bryan Lufkin.

Clubhouse: Next TikTok or Next Google+?
Have you heard of Clubhouse yet? Here’s some first hand perspective. Thanks for your thoughts, Matt Amundson.

Listening Well: The Key To Providing A Premier Customer Experience At Every Touch Point
Are you actually a good listener? Listening is key when it comes to customer care. Thanks for your insight, Anne MacKeigan at Sandler Training.

3 Ways to Increase Sales and Marketing Collaboration
The real secret to success is collaboration to create a winning team. Thanks for the tips, Angela Wells.

The Top Barriers to Creating Great B2B Content
Recent research shows marketers find shifting internal priorities and interference during the creation process as the biggest barriers to creating great B2B content. Great read, Ayaz Nanji.

Three Agile Marketing Tips for the Post-Pandemic Economy
Agile marketing has grown quite a bit thanks to the pandemic. Thanks for the advice, Bonnie Crater.

The Problem With Our “Discovery Process”
A look at some of the issues current discovery processes seem to have, and what to do better. Thanks, David Brock.

The Rise of RevOps: Is centralized revenue operations right for your company?
A closer look at RevOps, ad whether or not it might be the best fit for your business. Great article via People.ai.