When should your company develop its own software (by HBR)
Every company needs and uses software, and some is a significant driver of business success. But as small companies grow to midsize, software performance gaps can emerge. Finding new software solutions can fix problems and inefficiencies and help teams develop innovative products and services.
Pandemic triggering massive shift in low-code platform adoption (by Techrepublic)
With businesses across industries looking for ways to connect to users or customers digitally and IT departments strapped for time, thousands are turning to low-code platforms because of their ability to help less experienced users easily build complex web applications quickly.
The Agile C-Suite (by HBR)
“Brian Johnson” is the chief executive of a major consumer-goods company that has been remarkably successful over the past decade. Like his predecessors, Johnson runs a tight ship in all aspects of operations, boasting excellence in product and service quality and a finely tuned supply chain. The company capitalizes on economies of scale and enjoys the lowest costs in its industry.
What is Data Profiling? (by Talend)
The value of your data depends on how well you profile it. Today, only about 3% of data meets quality standards. That means poorly managed data is costing companies millions of dollars in wasted time, money, and untapped potential.
5 characteristics of a successful 21st century enterprise (by WEF)
Control. Alt. Refresh.
Anyone familiar with computers knows the importance of these three little steps, our go-to move in a computing system crisis.
Protecting Customers’ Privacy Requires More than Anonymising Their Data (by HBR)
Today, good marketing relies on having detailed and accurate customer data. And companies, not surprisingly, are eager to collect vast troves of it. For instance, Amazon continuously tracks the behaviours of its 100 million Prime members, an example of “first party” data.
Delivery vs. Innovation: How We’ve Used One-Day Design Sprints to Improve Setapp (by Pavlo Pedenko)
The scope is defined and product roadmap prioritised. The development team is firing on all cylinders, and the marketing is on point. Everyone from the admin assistant to the stakeholders believes in the plan. For you, as Product Manager, this is your big moment – a chance to bask in your glory.
BPM Is Critical to Business Transformation Success (by Gartner)
Faster change and more disruption are putting pressure on businesses. As a result, business transformation leaders are required to constantly change business operations to activate new business models, but they simply can’t keep up.