The encouragement of continuing education seems to be as hard as ever. In this video, we explore some simple ways to overcome the problem.
Business process, social, collaboration…bow doe it all fit? Sandy Kemsley offers a perspective but also a glimpse into the need for aligning incentives to desired outcomes. But it is never simple and this could easily go wrong.
¿Es una realidad o un mito que el sistema empresarial del mercado latino lleva cierto retraso con respecto al anglófono? ¿En qué medida afecta esto a las políticas de inmersión en las redes sociales de las empresas?
Replacing rogue applications is often positioned as a tough proposition. Yellow Pages Canada found it surprisingly straightforward. Here’s how.
The decline in the number of social media manager jobs implies that ‘social’ is now a core requirement stretching across the enterprise. If so then where’s the evidence?
In a June 2013 report, IDC predicted 14 million new cloud jobs by 2015. But what do these numbers really mean to the enterprise?
What’s really going to hold back the transformation into a digital enterprise? How about plain old-fashioned incompetence? Gartner reckons an HR/IT alliance is needed to ignite the search for digital talent.
Traversing the panoply of human ability to learn is never easy. But are our LMSs up to the task? Does the adding of social tools do enough?
Companies need to distinguish between managing performance and actual performing (getting the work done). In other words, performance management isn’t a ‘popularity contest.’ Here’s what need to happen.
Integration between Evernote and Salesforce looks good on paper but is it? Where’s the customer win?
‘I need to get myself organized’ sounds like a logical precursor to ‘getting things done’ but alas, it is not. Here’s why.
Xero thrives while Sage languishes. What’s going on? Here are some clues along with insights into the broader cloud picture.
If you listen to or read the rhetoric from the new breed of vendors, you’ll often hear them say something that was encapsulated well in something Stuart Lauchlan reported upon when discussing business intelligence. A quote from Brad Peters, Birst’s CEO serves for this purpose: “At Oracle and SAP the corporate walls are so high. We […]