IT / Software Development Projects: Realities & Priorities

Introduction  Business technology projects have steadily evolved from a tactical to a strategic focus and competence over the years. Nowadays, organizations that equally value technology and business strategies sustain a more substantial Strategic Alignment with IT and software projects achieving higher funding priority and improved board room commitment. Projects are Read more…

SWOT Analysis: Peeling Back the Onion

Introduction  SWOT Analysis helps the organization, business units, and project teams identify specific Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats related to the enterprise business model and strategies, business processes, and supporting internal and external environments.  SWOT goals specifically identify the business venture or initiative’s objectives and the internal and external favorable Read more…

Empowered Customers: Sales Strategies & Practices Rethink

Introduction  The long-established sales strategies and practices used successfully to drive B2C and B2B activities over the years are experiencing a substantial change to meet the modern-day disruptive challenges encountered with the emergence of empowered customers. The well-recognized traditional sales model is fashioned primarily on a passive customer persona and Read more…

The Modern Workplace: Technology Enabling Strategies

Introduction  Technology innovation continually challenges the status quo and disrupt how businesses engage with customers, employees, and partners. No longer relegated to the IT department, technology strategies and supporting initiatives are regarded today as mission-critical to the overall business success. Across all sectors and geographies, digital technology is reshaping current Read more…

Organization Personality: Encourage & Empower

Introduction Organization Personality epitomizes how an institution perceives, interprets, evaluates, and responds to real and potential risks, problems, and opportunities with employees, patrons, and partners. An organization’s personality is the melding of dominant employee traits, cognition, and emotional patterns with external and internal influencers that encourage and empower workplace behavior. Read more…