A huge opportunity to provide large scale business innovation with smart strategies and effective execution is tempered by strong competition, legacy perceptions and a ticking clock to successfully demonstrate relevance and effectiveness.
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Strategic opportunities around digital have never been more experiential and immediate, yet it's also never been harder to find ways to reach and influence people.
Historically SAP are an enterprise structured data software company: as society evolves unstructured data is ever more important. How are SAP coping with the opportunities and red herrings our increasingly connected world surfaces for them to respond to?
HR/HCM is historically the mature 'social' center of businesses and can either lead digital transformation or be subsumed into a supporting collaborative role
Being active on social networks and demonstrating your subject matter expertise will help make you visible in modern recruiting apps like Jobvite, which are rapidly gaining traction in forward thinking companies
It takes hard work to create simplicity: unless IT security is allowed to move with the rapidly changing times to enable greater efficiencies, outmoded and sometimes irrelevant rules will hamstring enterprises. Relevant, informed governance is mission critical for effective collaboration...
Despite the apparent pace of urgent change proposed by hi tech company marketing, enterprises are more circumspect in identifying their best paths forward to achieve their goals. Never mistake a clear view for a short distance...
A pre Enterprise 2.0 Conference conversation with HR Technology expert Bill Kutik, discussing cultural shifts for Human Resources professionals in a rapidly changing global business world
Enterprise leadership is often out of touch with innovation, collaborative processes and the levers for success: 'Car Guys vs Bean Counters - The battle for the soul of American Business' by Bob Lutz encapsulates much of what is wrong
There's a world of difference between empty containers and spaces and full ones, and software is no exception.The materials we create as we work together accumulates rapidly and can quickly become clutter, filling up containers and clogging up the communication pipes.