We’re calling the alignment of our sales and production process ‘sproduction’. It might sound like just another strange buzzword, but it’s vital in delivering our promises to our lovely clients.
And so, February is here, and my second month at the helm begins. January was exciting for us, as we got our strategy for the next 24 months started and the team fully motivated behind it. It now feels like the real work begins — keeping that momentum going and delivering actual results.
Our culture is defined by our shared values, practices and beliefs. It’s present in our decisions, actions, behaviours and approach. As Pete said in his previous post, one of our goals this year is to define exactly what that is. We’ve received loads of positive feedback throughout the years from those who’ve worked with us; whether that be clients, visitors or employees. And there’s always one recurring theme: how enjoyable we are to work with. So, to be transparent, we’ve tried to articulate the culture which makes oe:gen so great to be a part of.
It’s the start of a new year, and my new journey as MD and leader of oe:gen begins in earnest. Unlike a lot of people coming back after the holiday season in January, I had a genuine sense of excitement for the year ahead and the challenges we’ll be facing. As a business, there’s a lot we’re aiming to achieve in the coming 12 months, and it’s my job to make sure we stay on track to deliver our goals.
This week our new MD, Pete, gave a presentation about what’s changing in the small-but-mighty world of oe:gen. And with customer transparency being a big part of our company values, we want to share the good news with you.
So this year we’ve learnt that despite it being 2017, there are still too many glass ceilings to smash. Unfortunately, this reality is also blindingly clear when we delve into the realm of tech — an industry still largely dominated by men.
It’s that time of year again! Inbound marketers and salesfolk from around the globe are preparing to gather in Boston to spend four inspiring days nattering about the future of sales and marketing. And HubSpot have really outdone themselves this year. I mean, even John Cena and Michelle Obama are going. See, I told you!
Hi, I’m Beccy and I’m currently on my first week working for oe:gen, having crossed over from the other side…
If you want to learn about or improve on a particular aspect of your career or business, the cheapest, most satisfying way is to read a good book. That’s why we’ve asked the team what personal and business development books they’d recommend getting stuck into this year.
So, fancy feeding your head? Here’s a selection of reads we think have the potential to transform your business for 2017.
As enthusiasts of the Inbound movement, we’re preparing to jet off to Boston’s Inbound 2016 to gather all the latest in the world of Marketing and Sales.