The Extended Enterprise: Using New Technologies to Extend Your Network, Enable Collaboration, & Drive Revenue
June 16, 2016 | Cornerstone OnDemand
For years, organizations have leveraged the power of learning technologies to increase knowledge and skills and to improve the performance of their internal workforce. Increasingly, similar tools are being turned to the outside and are finding new uses and new audiences. Driving value from your extended enterprise is about more than just delivering product training and
information. It’s about enablement and breaking down old walls. Social collaboration technologies can facilitate connections with customers and channel partners in ways never before possible.
At its core, talent mobility leverages the power of your existing workforce—their experiences, competencies, skills, and career goals—by enabling their movement throughout the organization. It works in tandem with your talent ...
No business operates in isolation. In today's increasingly global and interconnected world, fostering good relationships with your entire value chain is not only critical for survival—it's easier than ever.
No matter how much you invest in workplace and employee training, at the end of the day, success rests on how well the members of your value chain—distribution partners, sales reps, franchisees, service techs, and—work together to produce, market and sell your product or service. When treated with respect, these members can actually become more than just a "value chain"—they become true additions to your team, referred to as your "extended enterprise."