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52 companies dropped off the Fortune 500 list in the last decade. In 2016, 15 companies lost their places on the Fortune 500. These companies failed to understand that we are living in an era of constant change. We find that, more and more, the companies that thrive are the those that are able to harness disruption and reposition themselves to create a new future through a strategic transformation. This means that they are able to adapt their core business to changing market conditions while also creating new growth in the form of products, services, or business models. This post will explore the top 10 IT companies that have been able to achieve this feat.
Are you stuck doing everything yourself? Or you can’t hand something off to a colleague to do because they don’t know how and there is not enough information readily available to show or train them? It is time to get those repetitive tasks out of your head and documented – of course, you don’t want to spend a ton of time documenting; you’re busy making money or doing your job. Just remember, getting some of the information down is better than nothing – and documenting how you do it should be incorporated into your job so you can easily pass along the work and focus on what you really enjoy or want to do. Let’s get started!
Business Process Management (BPM) is a systematic approach to make an organization’s processes more efficient and dynamic in order to meet the changing needs of a business. It builds on the concepts of business processes and business process automation to help your business deliver to its internal and external stakeholders. Essentially, business processes are the wheels and cogs of a business while BPM is the maintenance and support to keep the parts operating in an optimal fashion. BPM takes a look at the way a business tries to achieve its goals and then finds ways to do it better and help enable growth. The benefits of it being done well will result in reduced costs, more flexibility and agility, higher productivity, better employee satisfaction, and measurable results – all critical elements to any business.
There is undoubtedly an information overload happening in today’s increasingly digital society. Amongst all the noise it’s become incredibly hard to get good actionable information pertinent to your interests. In this post, we cover a few of our favorite technology news and discussion sources on the web.
This is the fourth part of our series covering some of our favorite Business Intelligence (BI) tools. Our previous three posts covered Metabase, Redash, and Tableau. In this post, we will cover DataDeck, an analytics tool that can serve you well if you are just starting out in analytics and want something easy to grasp for you and your team. Check out their online community right here!
In this series we will cover the four following applications: