Published By: DocuSign
Published Date: Mar 23, 2016
The research study highlights include:
• More than 80% of interviewed decision makers noted a clear or pressing need for Digital Transaction Management (DTM) solution
• 98% of companies reported revenue impact from poor transaction management
• 37% of companies estimating revenue loss to be 11% to 25%
400 business leaders from around the world weighed in. All with responsibilities for document-intensive business processes and selecting and managing transactional technologies. This study reveals what’s keeping them up at night.
Published By: CEB Global
Published Date: Oct 27, 2016
As a leader in the field of talent assessment, we have identified 10 best practices for establishing a worldclass assessment function that leads to important business outcomes and helps transform talent leaders from process experts to talent advisors.
Published By: Internap
Published Date: Dec 29, 2011
Performance plays a vital role in the success of your online applications and web-based content - whether you are processing millions of transactions, delivering business-critical software or servicing a massive gaming community. Research shows that even one second of delay on a typical website can result in 7% fewer customer conversions. For many businesses, that means lost revenue and damage to their brand. As cloud is becoming an increasingly viable infrastructure choice for enterprise applications, it is essential to select a high-performance cloud service that will support the best possible experience for your end users.
Determining the right cloud solution for your needs also necessitates thorough analysis of the level of security, control, customization and support your business requires. In this webcast, thought leaders from Gartner and Internap outline the performance factors that affect your cloud decision-making process and discuss how to optimize your IT Infrastructure to create satisfied end users.
Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: Mar 03, 2015
This study looks at how organizations connect learning to business priorities, create development programs that impact every stage of the employee lifecycle, and utilize technology to support learning initiatives. It also examines the business impact of building learning capability and running effective learning programs.
Published By: Sitecore
Published Date: Mar 03, 2016
Studies show mobile consumers look at their phones an average of 1,500 times each week and spend 177 minutes on their phone each day. With every swipe, tap, and zoom, iCustomers are learning to expect that every business look, feel, and act just like their favorite mobile app. What’s a marketer to do?
Access this eBook, written by Brian Solis, globally recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders in business innovation, to delve into mobile consumer behavior and how it requires a different approach.
Published By: Sitecore
Published Date: Jun 28, 2016
Consider this: 82% of customers stopped doing business with brands due to a bad experience, and 79% of customers tell others about their bad experience. Clearly, it’s time to stop talking about customer centricity and do something about it.
Listen to this webinar, presented by Brian Solis, globally recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders in business innovation, and Scott Anderson, CMO, Sitecore, to hear what businesses need to do to create exceptional customer experiences.
The insights provided by more than 700 Chief Human Resource Officers around the world show how workforce investment is shifting. Companies are beginning to focus more on growth, expanding into new markets and offering new products and services. But to make the most of potential growth opportunities in today’s dynamic global marketplace, organizations need to find ways to address the “borders” that are currently impeding their workforces.
Based on the key capability gaps revealed in this study, we believe organizations should focus on three critical workforce imperatives: cultivating creative leaders, mobilizing for speed and flexibility and capitalizing on collective intelligence.
Engaging Your Employees & Improving Adoption and Retention of Key Business Messages
Today's Corporate Communications leaders are tasked with making their employees smarter about your company's business, elevating their engagement and knowledge around your brand in ways that are impactful, memorable and enables retention of the key messages. Yet in a recent CMO Study conducted by IBM Institute For Business Value, only 20% of CMO's believe that the corporate character and brand are fully understood by the organizations employees.
Join us for a 60-minute webinar to discover how how other companies are successfully creating advocates out of their employees and help them to better understand their corporation's key messages through the use of new and exciting technologies.
Customers and business leaders alike demand a great deal of contact centers which cannot easily be met using the simplistic approaches used to develop early, isolated contact centers. In order to provide a top-shelf customer experience, contact centers must adopt sophisticated processes which can evaluate and route calls quickly and effectively to the right agent, and which schedule agents based on their abilities as well as predicted call demand.
Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: Oct 13, 2011
Today's IT departments must be true business partners, actively engaged in serving internal and external customers, and aligned with company goals. IT leaders discuss how educating and training IT professionals for leadership leads to high-performance, business-savvy tech teams.
Now more than ever, organizations must integrate talent issues into the strategic business planning process. With a clear understanding of the needs of the company, business leaders can use the principles of talent management to address capability gaps as part of their overall
management processes. This new focus on "The Business of Talent."
Global business has affected no group more than Human Resources (HR). Recruiting, hiring, developing, and retaining global workers is more complicated in a global economy adding another layer complexity, and without doing those things effectively, companies simply can’t grow. Therefore there’s more pressure than ever on HR leaders to develop and execute new workforce and talent strategies. Unfortunately, many HR organizations are simultaneously juggling these demands with a set of legacy technologies that are not up to the task because they don’t address the increasingly complex nature of HR’s role in the business.
Overland’s vision is to bring its valued customers the best range of quality fashion footwear. It needed a way to measure the effectiveness of its training and leadership development program to monitor workplace engagement. Learn how training at Overland Footwear keeps leaders connected to mission.
In the face of runaway innovation, there are leaders in every industry and region who are determined to push ahead and be the source of innovations that change our world. They've opened up their organizations to new ways of working, and they're leading from a position of trust.
“Security” is the number one issue holding business leaders back from the cloud. But does the reality match the perception? Keeping data close to home, on premises, makes business and IT leaders feel inherently more secure.1 But the truth is, cloud solutions can offer companies real, tangible security advantages. Before you assume that on-site is the only way to keep data safe, it’s worth taking a comprehensive approach to evaluating risks. Doing so can lead to big benefits.
When it comes to project management, we tend to talk about the tactical—the assignments, the tasks, the approvals, and so on. But business is evolving, and many project teams are now being asked to lead change, instead of just timelines and milestones. This evolution is accelerating and is driven by fresh thinking and business necessity supported by advanced technologies that are highly accessible to a much broader range of contributors. Effectively managing work is no longer just the role of a few specialists.
In this Whitepaper you will learn lessons from 40 PPM experts on making the transition from project management to project leadership.
Great business leaders are not born that way—they learn how to lead. To gain the insight and skills you need to lead yourself and your team, realize your potential, and make a real difference to your company, explore Harvard Business School’s one-week leadership program for fast-track managers.
To thrive, companies need to innovate. And to innovate, companies need collaboration. Discover how bringing together diverse expertise, experience, and points of view can help you maximize contributions from every member of your team—and drive new levels of success.
This July 2015 Forrester Research report is provided compliments of HP.
Modern application delivery leaders realize that their primary goal is to deliver value to the business and its customers, faster. For many, this is a significant shift from the past, when they primarily focused on cost control and efficiency.
Today, they must connect the work they do and the results they produce to business outcomes. To do this, application development and delivery (AD&D) leaders use a new set of metrics that help them monitor and improve the value they deliver, based on feedback from business partners and customers. In this report, we highlight these new metrics that connect business outcomes to app delivery performance — as well as the practices and tools that modern application delivery teams and their AD&D leaders use to collect and report them.
Nowadays, organizations need top-notch technologies to attract top talent, support their recruiters, and empower their organizations to grow. Thankfully, data analytics, open talent acquisition suites, talent communities, mobile optimization, and more are readily available and can enhance experiences for both candidates and recruiters while providing insight on HR for business leaders. But refreshing talent acquisition isn't just about technology; it's also about realigning its definition to the demands and expectations of the twenty-first century.
In the age of the empowered individual, organizations must rethink the workplace with the employee at the center of the business.
Business leaders are now facing a host of new challenges and opportunities associated with their workforces. On one hand, the demographics of their workforce are changing with a new type of employees coming on-board. At the same time, the nature of the employee relationships are rapidly changing. This session will focus on recent research from the IBM Institute for Business Value about how to make sense of these workforce changes and take actions that will benefit your organization.
Join this virtual discussion between industry thought leaders to learn how to:
Separate the myths from realities related to the Millennial workforce.
Understand the value provided by alternative work arrangements and the independent worker.
Identify opportunities for your organizations to better adapt to these shifts within the workforce.