Tue.Aug 11, 2020

Why Innovation Requires a Different Set of Metrics


Today’s business climate is uncertain. Disruption, exponential growth, and the technology landscape contribute to the need for constant innovation. Company leaders can no longer formulate a business model and rely on the five-year plan. Instead, organizations need change to thrive and grow. Factor innovation into the equation when figuring out how much value and benefits investments have … Continued. The post Why Innovation Requires a Different Set of Metrics appeared first on IdeaScale.

You Can’t Wish Or Hope Your Way To A Different Perspective; You Have To Act Your Way


Whether people and organizations like it or not, the current pandemic is accelerating the digitalization of the enterprise at all levels. Still, many organizations are late to the party, and some aren’t acting at all. I recently had a chat, via video of course, with the Head of HR of a meat processing and packing company.

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Kaizen Thinkers


The practice of Kaizen is not about a particular way of performing business operations or even a specific approach to process improvement. Instead, it is a way of thinking about business operations that can transform how you look at problems and open up new doors to innovation. Kaizen seeks to move operations nearer and nearer to perfection through incremental improvement.

Digital Leaders at Kaiser and J&J on Staffing, Acceleration

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Innovators from Kaiser Permanente and Johnson & Johnson discussed how the healthcare industry pivoted to respond to the pandemic

The Best Sales Forecasting Models for Weathering Your Goals

Every sales forecasting model has a different strength and predictability method. It’s recommended to test out which one is best for your team. This way, you’ll be able to further enhance – and optimize – your newly-developed pipeline. Your future sales forecast? Sunny skies (and success) are just ahead!

The Imprint

The Future Shapers

Various experimental socio-economic agendas are being rolled out around the world in the wake of the present pandemic. Many opinions and laws have come into effect to navigate the absurdity of what we are experiencing at the moment. One thing is clear. Things need to change. The future we will have is the future we will make. Let’s make it together. The post The Imprint appeared first on The Future Shapers. Foresight Future Thinking Thought Leadership

Nearshore, Offshore, and Onshore: what is the difference between types of IT outsourcing?


It’s not the first time this happens. It certainly won’t be the last. We are between what is no longer and what is not yet. The model we used up until now is not capable of solving today’s challenges. But the new ecosystem is not yet ready. It is true that after the Digital Revolution, these transitions started to happening in much shorter intervals. A little gift left by the fast pace of technological evolution.

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The Ultimate Guide To Inspiring Confidence In Your Staff To Return To The Office

The Human Factor

If you have embraced flexible working for your staff during the Covid-19 pandemic, you might now be keen to welcome your team back into the office with the lockdown beginning to ease. While coronavirus remains a threat and it hasn’t disappeared, the economy has to begin moving once again. The easiest way to fire the economy after a hit is to get staff back into the office and working at full throttle. Working from home doesn’t need to be banished forever and should still be utilized.

#1,851 – Morality Pills

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I’m losing faith in humanity. I really am. Sure, we’re capable of some pretty amazing feats. We put a man on the Moon and invented technological wonders like the tiny computer in your pocket that lets you navigate your world and the Large Hadron Collider that lets us explore the secrets of the Universe. But at the same time the vast majority of us are really not that evolved. We’re still just big dumb apes, prone to emotional outbursts and lapses of judgment.

Ethan Hawke on Creativity

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