Are silos stalling innovation at your company? Here’s how to solve the problem: The Washington Post + Salesforce

Have you ever felt limited by departmental silos at work? You’re probably not alone, especially if you work at a larger company. Within a company, it’s important to have an organizational structure that distinguishes between departments and teams, but it may be hard for customers to give two ducks about these distinctions. According to this article by WPBrandstudio and Salesforce, “The more companies can create a value loop in which sales and customer service serve each other, the more they can project an image of a unified brand that solves problems for clients rather than a collection of departments that operate independently and are sometimes unaware of each other.”

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