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Oct 14, 2022 11:42:15 AM
This edition we talk about HubSpot Automation and dive into:
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Recorded:Thursday 06 October 2022 Friday | Published:Friday 14 October 2022
This episode is a little different to our usual format - instead of detailed show notes we talk through a recent HubShots training session we presented.
Instead of reading a long post, we've included some of the pertinent slides in the notes below.
You can download the full slide deck from here. And watch the full video of the presentation here.
Onto the main points...
1) Global, Local, Company impacts
2) Knowledge worker productivity
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1) Two ‘A’ words ⇒ two ‘E’ words
2) What is business ‘transformation’?
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