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TV Expert Interviews / All About CRM / Aug 30, 2019 / Posted by Paul Greenberg / 377 

Commonwealth of Self-Interest

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John Golden talks to the “Godfather of CRM” about his new book “The Commonwealth of Interest – this wide-ranging discussion is a “must-watch” video for those wanting to learn more about where customer engagement is headed.

Paul sits on the Global Advisory Board of the SEAT Consortium as the only non-sports professional of a sports business professionals organization & is a member of the University of Texas System’s Transformation Project Advisory Board.

Paul has been the EVP of the CRM Association, the Chairman of the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management CRM Centre of Excellence Board of Advisors, a Board of Advisors member of the Baylor University MBA Program for CRM majors, & co-chairman of Rutgers University’s CRM Research Center.

Paul works both with customer-facing technology vendors and practitioners to craft go-to-market strategies, engagement programs, product development road maps, marketing/messaging & outreach among other things.

Paul is considered a thought leader in CRM, having been published in numerous industry and business publications over the years. He was elected to CRM magazine’s CRM Hall of Fame in 2010 – the first non-vendor related thought leader in its history. He also writes on customer-facing matters for CBS’s ZDNet high profile tech media property (blogs.zdnet.com/crm). He is the recipient of numerous awards as a leader in marketing, sales, customer service, social media, and CRM.

    About Author

    Paul Greenberg is founder & Managing Principal of The 56 Group, LLC, an advisory firm, focused on customer-facing strategic services. Paul is considered a thought leader in CRM, having been published in numerous industry and business publications over the years. He was elected to CRM magazine’s CRM Hall of Fame in 2010 – the first non-vendor related thought leader in its history.

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    Chike Ngwu commented...

    Truth! Beautifully written. Working in an environment that doesn’t consider your well being is sickening.

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    Emediong James commented...

    Great!

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    Biruk Kumsa commented...

    Very nice lesson

    Thank you.

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