Making the Most of Your Corporate Events in 2022

‘Tis the season for new year’s resolutions. We’re all thinking about how we can do better in 2022, and if you’re a vendor planning to host events in the coming year, 3Sixty Insights has some advice to share. We’ve seen many vendors going all-in on events in the COVID era. Some have been great; others, not so much. Below are our takeaways from the past few years. First, let’s agree that event hosts should always offer virtual options. Even as we prepare for more in-person events, we must continue to provide virtual accessibility. If COVID has proven one thing, it’s that we are all living with uncertainty: about the future, about the right decisions, and about our own and others’ comfort levels. At this point, […]

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HR Tech Alliances | December Virtual Collaboration Zone – HR Buyers Suppliers Showcase – December 8th 2021

Join the 3Sixty Insights team as we join executives from top suppliers of HR Buyer at HR Tech Alliances upcoming HR Buyer Suppliers Showcase, a virtual collaboration zone being held December 8th 2021. During this event, you’ll be able to meet with executives from top suppliers of HR buyers via Service Briefings, Q&A and Roundtable sessions, learning about how they are driving quality leads in 2022, their offerings, and client success stories. To learn more or receive access complements of 3Sixty Insights ($200 value), you can visit their website here: HR Tech Alliances | December Virtual Collaboration Zone – HR Buyers Suppliers Showcase – December 8th 2021

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The Importance of Customer Support to Keep a Business Financially Viable

We recently wrote about the importance of delivery in keeping businesses afloat, arguing that maintaining your current customer base is in many ways even more important than winning new business. After all, you have already put in the work to win your clients over, and if you disappoint them now, you risk losing them. While your leads represent potential, your customers represent an investment you have already made. Maintaining the good will of your current customer base should always be your top priority, and support is a critical component of customer satisfaction. We have seen many organizations prioritizing outsourcing and automation in recent years, and we agree, efficiency is great—unless it comes at the cost of customer support. As customers of other organizations ourselves, we […]

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Research Note: The Software and Technology Decision-Making Cycle—How it Has Changed

The past 15 years have seen dramatic changes in software and technology: leaps from flip phones to smart phones, desktop computing to laptops and tablets, on-premises software to cloud, big data, the Internet of Things, and others. With these new technologies and platforms have come an explosion of software vendors profoundly shifting the information technology and software landscape. As an example, we’ve seen a jump from 1,876 vendors in the marketing space to over 8,000 in just the past five years in marketing technology—not the only industry that has seen this exponential rate of growth. Almost every technology and software segment over the past few years has seen similar growth. However, we are not just seeing a fundamental change in the solutions available; there have […]

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Understanding Perception and How Perception Is Reality

Today, I wanted to write something that is a little off topic. We can all agree that this past year has been one of unprecedented events, forever imprinted in history. And for many, it has been an outright difficult year. What hasn’t made things any better is the extreme bifurcation of the world on many of today’s issues. With this in mind, in today’s article, we wanted to take a different approach and focus on the power of perception. As someone once told me a long time ago, perception is reality. It has true power over how we as humans interact with each other, both from a personal and professional standpoint. As an example, psychology research shows that humans make a decision on whether they […]

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The Importance of Not Making Decisions in a Bubble

As a leader, one of the most difficult aspects of the job, and most common at the same time, is decision making. Each day, leaders are constantly faced with making choices. Big or small, decisions will ultimately affect individuals, the company, or customers at any given time. Any leaders worth their salt are aware of the gravity of their decisions and the downstream ramifications regarding them. However, after peeling back the layers of failing businesses, what we find as the number one root cause of most failures simply comes down to bad executive management decisions. These decisions, typically made in a bubble, will begin leading the company down a downward spiral. As leaders, we like to think we know best—this is why we are leaders, […]

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