Digital Transformation

  • Want Your Business to Stay Competitive? Act Like a Cat

    The disruptive nature of the marketplace today means that businesses need to be ready to change core strategies to improve the customer experience.

  • IDC’s 2017 Predictions for Big Data and Business Analytics

    Key predictions that will impact the Big Data, business analytics, and cognitive software markets over the next one to three years, backed by IDC research.

  • 10 Best Practices and Advice for the Change Management Process

    These 10 best practices will help you optimize your change management process and run a more competitive organization during change.

  • David Allen on “Getting Things Done” in the Digital Age

    David Allen says that when it comes to technology, executives need to be clear about what they want and need.

  • How to Win Your Team’s Trust With Better Communication

    If you want to get others to trust you, science reveals that you need to show warmth, appear competent – and gossip.

  • Smart Iron – How Caterpillar is Leveraging Data to Maximize…

    It’s essential that leaders prepare themselves for a tidal wave of data from IoT by optimizing their data management capabilities.

  • 3 Ways Legacy Systems are Holding Back Digital Transformation

    Don’t let legacy systems deter you from pursuing digital transformation. How online database platforms are enabling companies of all sizes to modernize their systems with operational efficiency.

  • 4 New Year’s Resolutions For Leaders

    Leaders should consider these high-impact resolutions to take their team’s performance to the next level in 2017 and beyond.

  • How to Solve Work Management Challenges in 3 Easy Steps

    In today’s world where the team is information workers distributed across different locations accessing computer and cloud-based apps to get work done, work management has taken on a whole new definition.

  • How to Build a Resilient Team

    It’s difficult to predict exactly when change will come, or how often. The best way to prepare, then, is to build a team that can adapt quickly to whatever comes along.