On the bus into the big smoke the other morning I had to stand. By far the majority were fiddling away with their smart phones, iPads and assorted tablet and e-readers; no surprise in that.
Category: Business Process Management
Blog posts on business process systems, workflow management by industry experts. Software include Microsoft SharePoint, XMPro.
I am a list writer. Milk, cheese, bread, beer. I inherited this trait from my mother. She has lists for her lists, well almost.
The US defence force recently took delivery of the FA22 Raptor as replacement for the trusty old FA15. The FA22 is capable of making 22+ G turns. Life for most of us is a little less dramatic.
I learnt a new word recently, prosumption. It means the consumption of something by the person who also produced it. Smart companies are realising that prosumption is also a solution to their business operations these days.
Computers are consistent, people are not. Business process management delivers reliable, repeatable and sustainable results.
A year ago, I was in a taxi heading to Heathrow for the long haul from London back to Sydney. Not a London black cab, mind you. Taking one of those down the motorway feels like riding a Dyson in Nascar. It was a Volkswagen minicab with a wily driver.
The new version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM has been available for a while now and I have had a chance to work with it with a couple of upgrading clients using the Microsoft Online version. The thing I like most is how smoothly the upgrade went for them.
I think everyone has seen and read the story about using drones to deliver your shopping. And it is not an April fool’s day prank. It looks real enough. The Jetsons have arrived.
Based on my discussions with administrators and managers within higher education, it is patently clear that student engagement, and retention, is of increasing importance to these educational institutions.
I read with interest a piece on the Jisc website called ‘Retaining students’. This piece reported that “according to a National Audit Office report, 20% of students in higher and 15% in further education do not complete their studies.”