Let’s be honest for a second – in-person networking can be overwhelming. You get nervous. The conversation can be awkward. It can be difficult to appropriately and professionally interrupt a group that’s mid-conversation.
I used my unintentional anonymity and sloth-like reflexes to slip away from my conference duties and go undercover at Q2Cast as an obviously worldly and mildly-educated summit attendee. Nobody asked me to. In fact, I was explicitly directed not to talk to anyone at the conference lest others think all ATGers are like me, but that just made the ruse that much more authentic.
Now, generally you hear a lot about Quote to Cash with big service-provider, business-to-business companies in negotiated-selling environments. But let’s break the concept down to the lowest common denominator – McDonald’s. That’s right, McDonald’s.
The size of a company can have an impact on almost every aspect of its work environment, from daily operations to individual job responsibilities to office culture. So, what is it like to leave a large, established company and move to a small but quickly growing one?
8:10 am – You’re blindfolded and driven to the Guide’s secret fishing spot. You don’t understand why they felt the need to pistol whip you after your eyes were covered but you play along because you heard they do things a little differently up here in Montana.