Published By: Skillsoft
Published Date: Jun 25, 2015
In this summary you will learn:
• The importance of a mission statement and values for a company.
• How a lack of candor is bad for business.
• Differentiation isn’t cruel and Darwinian, but fair and effective.
• How to manage crises under the guidance of a plan of action.
• The art of hiring winners, managing people and parting ways when the time comes.
• How to find a job that you will love, get a promotion and manage a work-life balance.
DITA is one of the most important innovations in XML publishing in recent memory. Though DITA is an IBM invention and plenty of material has been written about it already, this paper must be read as well to clear the air about any errors, omissions, or misinterpretations, from previous publications on this topic.
Ready or not, the future is here.
For enterprise organizations, it must be a data-driven one.
Whoever can use technology to transform the customer experience, and be the
first to discover and deliver on new business models, will be the disruptor. Those
who can’t, the disrupted in this period known as the “era of Digital Darwinism.”
The future belongs to the Intelligent Enterprise which anticipates constantly
evolving regulatory, technological, market, and competitive challenges
and turns them into opportunity and profit. It delivers a single version
of the truth and agility. It connects to any data and distributes reports to
thousands. The Intelligent Enterprise goes beyond business intelligence,
delivering transformative insight to every user, constituent and partner.
Are most organizations there yet?
As brands hone and focus their 2020 (and even 2030) vision, MicroStrategy
has surveyed 500 enterprise analytics professionals on the state of their
organization’s analytics initiatives.
Rather than simply enhancing and supporting traditional methods, the use of digital technologies should enable brand new types of innovation and creativity. However, most of us have grown up with rigid, legacy technology-based business systems—process-oriented and mostly built around predictable, repeatable steps. If this sounds familiar, your business model may now be under threat from “digital Darwinism”—a tipping point caused by digital technologies and downstream market effects. Or perhaps nimbler, lower cost-base competitors are about to overtake you with a more innovative approach, better use of data or smarter use of technology. In this climate, “business as usual” is certainly no longer good enough.