Marketing Management Essentials by Callie Daum
Published: July 4, 2020
Genre: Education/Self Help
KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Callie Daum has worked in the healthcare industry for over 20 years, gaining experience in managing teams, project management, strategic development and implementation, business marketing to increase revenues, and many more lessons learned on thriving in the business industry. As a seasoned Senior Project Manager and Leader, her goals include adding value, working efficiently and effectively, and sharing best practices to achieve overall success. Callie started her career as an Application Analyst at Computer Sciences Corporation before moving on to project management and leadership at Cerner Corporation, Atrium Health, and Novant Health. Callie is a certified Project Management Professional, Professional Scrum Master, and Certified Health Coach, and received a certificate in Master Level Six Sigma at Villanova University.
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The graphs and examples are beneficial, and the information makes sense. The author made sure her audience could benefit from this information.
Very user-friendly, with facts and sound advice, this guide can help take you to the next level. I loved that there was no fluff or unnecessary explanations. Everything was on topic and written in easy-to-digest wording.