Our professional lives look a lot different than they did 6 months ago. Mid-career disruption is certainly challenging, but imagine global pandemic disrupting your career before it even gets off the ground. College students and recent graduates all across the country are grappling with exactly that reality. No more job fairs. Summer internships either canceled or moved online. It’s hard enough to compete in a contracting job market, and now young professionals must sell themselves via Zoom interviews.
In the ever-evolving tech landscape, how do you find and implement the best technologies to support and grow your business? Strategic IT partnership is the most flexible, cost-effective way to harness new tech’s growth potential. Today’s successful IT projects must meet current and future needs. They should have the ability to scale up capacity and complexity as your business grows and evolves, but don’t stop there.
April’s patient wait for “back to normal” gave way to June’s acceptance of a new normal and preparation for the next normal. The latest PwC CFO Pulse Survey finds 330 U.S. finance leaders taking a “multi-pronged approach” to rebuilding and even growing revenue.
Could your new superstar software developer already be on payroll? The cloud-enabled, low-code/no-code platforms your business uses every day make it increasingly likely. People are natural problem solvers. They know the kinks in their workflows, the inefficiencies in their processes. Most of your employees may not know how to write code, but if you give them intuitive, visual process-driven development tools, they will put them to work. It will be a boon to your business, but only if you make the necessary investment.
The World Trade Center Institute is doing its part to keep us virtually connected through a series of webinars exploring the impact of COVID-19 and how our global business community can emerge stronger. To tackle the topic of disruption, series organizer Lydia Yodie turned to an industry that has some experience with it: the tech sector. Serving as moderator, Mind Over Machines VP of Innovation…
Hot Take: Digital Transformation & Customer Experience Investments Largely Immune to COVID-19 Cost-Cutting
Digital transformation and customer experience investments are among those least likely to be cut because they are essential to survival and future growth.
COVID-19 has launched us into the world’s largest work-from-home experiment, one nobody had much time to prepare for. While knowledge workers struggle to develop new time-management, boundary-setting and transition rituals, tech leaders at the helm of knowledge-driven companies are trying to find the best ways to enable remote work. Our VP of Innovation & Strategy,…
Global business spent $189 billion last year on big data and business analytics solutions, and IDC says that number will climb to $274B by 2022. Yet Gartner reports 91% of organizations fall short of “transformational” data and analytics. What are we doing wrong? Maybe the problem is how companies think about their data. Data used…
Does the technology your company runs on adequately support your people? How can you tell? If your tech platform needs to be reinforced, where do you start? This white paper provides a people-first roadmap toward solid business technology that works as hard as you do. After reading it, you will have the formula for how to create, care for and feed your human-centric technology platform.
Every business has to grapple with the legacy terror this client was facing: You’ve outgrown a core system, but it’s so intrinsic to daily operations that you just can’t replace it.