Business Process Management doesn’t necessarily come naturally. Sometimes you need to read a blog with some key thoughts and tips about the role. ‘Decision then task’ processes and the ability
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.
A couple of months ago I wrote a blog foretelling “the end of the age of automation”. The other day I read an article in the paper about how an online accounting system (SaaS) vendor was jeopardising the livelihood of auditors and accountants.
If it’s a machine process, get a machine to do it, but if it’s a human process then give people the ability to properly apply the skills, experience and situational awareness that you pay them for.
This week I dropped into a local menswear shop. I have been a pretty regular customer over the last decade. They are a ‘suit shop’ and I know what to expect on the racks.
At the CFO Summit there was a diverse mix of enterprises. For some, mergers and acquisitions have reaped benefits and is fundamental to their business strategy.
Colliers Australia’s CFO delivered an engaging presentation on the role of the CFO in a post acquisition context.
It’s like a cold war! Increase the pace of change and complexity of a business environment and you see a corresponding increase in technology able to meet the challenge. Whichever of the two is driving this, things are speeding up.
Clean data is good data. There is no doubt about that. Every executive worth their salt knows better decisions stem from accurate and timely information. When information isn’t current, relevant and precise then the decisions arising are either lucky or bad.
I’ve blogged recently on the internet of things (IOT) and at that time there was a prediction of five billion things coming online on the internet. I think that will need to be revised drastically, upwards.