June 2008
Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management;Summer2008, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p315
Academic Journal
The article presents abstracts of papers presented at the 2008 National Conference in Sales Management. They include "Utilizing Activity Theory to Plan Cross-Cultural Sales Training Programs," "Sales Performance & Center Stage: Comparing and Combining of Studies" and "Gender Differences in Communication: Implications for Salespeople."


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