Digital skills are in high demand in the digital era, but it is important not to forget about the professionalism. Skills are built, change and become redundant over time, while professional experience and subject knowledge can be used to build crucial digital skills
Currently, many companies are going through a dramatic journey, as the market and its opportunities quickly change in character. It is all about being ready to meet disruption, especially before the competitors. As a leader, you should be able to foresee these drastic changes. But what does disruption exactly require from you as a leader?
Today, the walls of the corner office have fallen. Along with Millennials entering the labour market, technology has overtaken the exchange of knowledge and admiration has disappeared. This imposes new requirements to the manager including a significant change in leadership style.
We are facing a paradigm shift in the way companies are using the ERP system. Systems, which during many years have been characterized by fatiguing upgrades and costly customizations, are about to be replaced with Cloud ERP.
Organizations need to be accountable for all the compliance mandates that affect operations in order to manage the security of business roles, ERP system, and data. Now, roles, ERP, and data cannot be separated from business processes.
If you are using Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and operations, Columbus Security and Compliance Studio enables you to implement and integrate your GDPR Audit and privacy requirements. It ensures that the security concepts are implemented in a way that users get limited access helping them to work optimally.
GDPR compliance, in an organization with diversified and fragmented data, can be a challenging goal. An organization must have comprehensive governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) strategy in place in order to achieve GDPR compliance and have complete control of the data assets.
Between now and 2050, the world’s population will increase from 7.2 billion today to 9.6 billion in 2050. This will require a 70% increase in food production, without additional land or natural resources to do so[Source: FAO, UN]. With finite resources, it will take innovation and use of new age technologies to meet the world’s food demand and serve the customers. This includes using new technologies.