Your business partners and customers want to engage with your company in a productive manner, based on shared values and objectives. You can make this much easier for them by integrating systems and information sources.
If you are looking for opportunities to improve the productivity of people and processes, the right systems integrations can help. On the other hand, lacking or unmanageable integrations can set you back.
Today’s employees are busy and they know where they are heading. They have full speed on their ambitions, skills and self-confidence. It means that they can be difficult to lead – and as a manager, you must fight for their attention and convince them that the company’s strategic journey is important to them.
Blockchain is undeniably an ingenious invention. Invented in 2008 by a group of people known by the pseudonym, Satoshi Nakamoto. Since then, it has evolved into something greater, and the main question every single business leader should be asking is: What is blockchain, and how can I use it in my business?
Many people mistakenly believe that disruption is about technology and that you have to be a geeky entrepreneur to be successful in developing your business in the digital world. But disruption is about all but technology. It is a management discipline.