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Manufacturing companies need to continually evolve and provide end users with the best possible product. In order to improve upon a product, it requires thorough analysis of data. Storing this data in the cloud ensures that it is highly available and doesn’t slow down the manufacturing process that relies on it.
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[...] for manufacturing, SAP are talking about databases in the cloud”. Perhaps he had read my post where I pointed out where SAP has been enamored with becoming a platform company for the last [...]
Just in time for graduation season, Johnny Bunko is here to remind you of the 6 essential lessons of any satisfying, productive career: 1. There is no plan. Make decisions for fundamental, not instrumental, reasons. 2. Think strengths, not weaknesses. What do you consistently do well? What gives you energy rather than drains it? 3. It’s not about you.
When clients ask me to help them with customer service issues, they are often surprised (and a little annoyed) when I ask them a question about what business are they really in. Now I’m not trying to be difficult, I’m just trying to help them identify—at an emotional level—the specific need they are satisfying with their product or service.
Tucked away in Monday’s NYTimes business section is a highly significant—no, immensely practical—recommendation. The article by Nick Bilton initially describes the work practices of Robin Sloan, a former media manager at Twitter. As you can imagine, Sloan once taught news outlets how to use the hottest social media
One of southwest Wisconsin's largest and most successful credit unions, and a Top-100 workplace, Educators Credit Union's workforce planning focuses on finding and developing the talent it needs to ensure that its 115,000 members receive outstanding service.Linking planning to core values"Excellent service is a core competency and a strategic driver," explains Peter Stein, Vice President of HR for ECU.
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[...] this year analyst firm IDC reported that the #1 social business initiative is creating online communities. Many companies, having seen [...]
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