This blog is a continuation of the Building an AI Leadership Brain Trust Blog Series which targets board directors to accelerate their duty of care to develop stronger skills and competencies in AI.
Following her article on “Building AI Brain Trust: What Leadership Skills Are Needed To Accelerate AI Adoption?“, Dr. Cindy Gordon explores, 10 business skills and provides questions to help engage in a dialogue to advance an organization’s business skills in relationship to an AI perspective. Click here to read more
To read blog 1 of this series, click here.
To read blog 3 of this series, click here.
July 16th, 2020 | Toronto, CA – We are pleased to announce that Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO of SalesChoice Inc. has recently been appointed as a member of the Board of Advisors for the AI Forum, an independent, international and multi-disciplinary Advisory Board that will provide market feedback and insight on AI.
Recently on the 16th of September 2018, Dr. Cindy Gordon was invited to be a speaker at the International IEEE Women in Engineering conference in Toronto, Canada, to discuss diversity and inclusiveness and the imperative to drive better performance. The number one issue she discussed at this international forum that is facing the technology industry is not enough women are in our Tech Sector, and we are not keeping them in our tech sector. Following is a blog written by her on the issue at hand.
Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO of SalesChoice talks to Versature about her experiences over the years working with high-performance sales organizations and about how she’s been able to consistently pivot and adapt to new challenges and advances in technology to always remain a top contender in the competitive world of business to business sales.
Our life is frittered away by detail … simplify, simplify.’ ~Henry David Thoreau
The Value of Analytics use soars among Top Sales Teams.
Where there’s analytics use, there’s likely a winning sales organization. High-performing sales teams are 3.5x more likely than underperforming teams to use sales analytics. Across teams at all levels, we’ll see a 58% increase in sales analytics use from 2015 to 2016. Smart selling, fueled by technologies like predictive analytics, starts piquing sales teams’ interest and is expected to jump 77% among high performers in the next 12–18 months (SalesForce Report, 2015).