Hien Phan
Director of Enterprise Product Marketing at Amplitude

As someone who does both, sales strategy is deciding the top level messaging, the actual market and persona that you're tackling, and the overall approach. Sales enablement is translating your positioning into actual assets like slides, one-pagers, and talking points as well as when to use said assets in the sales process. 

April Rassa
Vice President of Product Marketing at HackerOne
Sales enablement is about people and technology, and strategically aligning them both behind a common goal: sales successes. It helps organizations streamline sales cycles by improving buyer interactions with better, more relevant sales content and equipping sales teams with the tools they need t...more
Axel Kirstetter
VP Product Marketing and Sales Enablement at EIS
This question sits better with Sales than product marketing. Also, sales strategy sounds like an oximoron to me. WHo cares how you sell as long as you make revenues (and its legal/ethical). That said, to better plan and align a company needs to decide a few things. Choices to be made: - what is ...more