We are all aware of the operational challenges that have resulted due to COVID-19. In response, congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act in March which set aside substantial funds to support COVID-19 response efforts of state and local governments. Local governments and school districts are tapping into these funds to…
“Ladies and Gentlemen, you see my empty hat. Now, I will pull out two rabbits out of the empty hat,” a magician proclaims, and indeed pulls out two rabbits, “Abracadabra!” We all love magic, and we thoroughly enjoy the magic unleashed on us. Don’t we?
The last few months have been difficult to say the least. Across the globe, businesses suffered a severe setback – a fallout of the COVID-19 crisis. But every cloud has a silver lining. We saw some inspiring stories about how businesses have been adapting during these desperate times. From the simple example of fast-food sellers
Who should drive your digital transformation initiatives?
It’s your CDO! I had written about the role of CDOs last year. Today, there is a greater need for a CDO – not Chief Digital Officer, but Chief Data Officer (CDO) – the fast-emerging dominant member of the C-Suite. With COVID-19 disrupting businesses, the need for CDOs is more than ever.
“There are always two sides to every story. Understanding is a three-edged sword: Your side, their side and the truth in the middle.“
This paradoxical quote I read on a Michigan State University website recently.
Here is what I think: Every business has three sides — customers, technology and the truth in between
Last Sunday, while I was rummaging through my bookshelf, I chanced upon “The ONE Thing”, which had occupied my shelf space for years. I read this book some years ago. I could recollect some remarkable points authors made about the simple truth behind extraordinary results.
I pulled the book out and nudged myself for a quick read once again.
The current COVID crisis has put business systems and processes to the acid test!
Severely hit are those companies that didn’t embrace digital technologies when they had the opportunity. Some unfortunately folded up too quickly soon after the lockdown was announced.
By Vikas Pathak Migrating to S/4HANA in Public Sector environment is a complex project with many variables. How should the project be structured to manage risk? What is the involvement of the super users (central and departmental) in the project? What is the technical migration path for each environment? Having migrated a few public sector…
Elevate the Human Experience with Phoenix’s Evolve Technologies: An SAP SuccessFactors Value Solution-In-A-Box
Please join us on Friday, June 26th, 2020, at 10:00 AM PST for a 45-minute Executive Webinar entitled Elevate the Human Experience with Phoenix’s Evolve Technologies REGISTER HERE Modern problems require innovative solutions. In today’s extreme business climate, we need a Human Capital Management solution that can help curb volatility and address the issues on…
How can I make my business immune to any disruption? This question has been dogging every executive globally ever since COVID-19 hit the business world early this year.
Undoubtedly, the current crisis has put business systems and processes to the acid test! Severely hit are those companies that didn’t embrace digital technologies when they had the opportunity