Information Architecture (IA) is the structural framework underpinning your document and content management system. Just like the scaffolding to your house, it is imperative to…
A recent Mckinsey report states 61% of the average white collar worker’s time is spent looking for information they need to do their job.
Did you know Apple released its first iPhone eight years ago? That’s right. It’s been less than a decade since you were limited to checking emails in the office, needed a street directory or GPS to find your way to meetings.
Integrated Business Planning (IBP) is a management process, which enables effective decision-making and control throughout an organisation. So why is IBP the next big thing?
If you’re a data analyst or BI consultant, you’ve probably heard of Microsoft’s latest self-service business intelligence offering, Power BI.
Charities and professional associations rely on information systems to keep running. However there are actually several problems associated with running multiple, disparate IT systems.
Done the traditional way, working on a business document with other people is a chore. Content gets drafted then the document gets emailed as an attachment to others for their input. And backwards and forwards it goes until a final version is eventually produced.
To make a better decision at work, we need access to the right information. We can then use that information in combination with our innate capability we are born with to analyse. Simple. Not so.
The word transformational is being used a lot lately in the business world. I spoke at the recent CFO Symposium which was themed The Transformational CFO. It’s made me think about what it really means in the context of a business. What does it look like?