Marketing excellence

Lewis, Elen
November 2005
Brand Strategy;Nov2005, Issue 197, p30
Trade Publication
The article cites key findings from the Marketing Excellence Forum on how brands are embedding learning into business life. Setting up a rigorous and practical marketing training program is an essential first step. The key to ensuring that learning trickles through an organization is changing people's habits so it becomes a way of working.


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