Don’t think you work in content?
We bet you do.
Whether you know it or not, you work in content. Invoices, medical records, research papers, social media and presentations are just a few examples of the content you likely work with every day. Effective leaders are delivering growth, profitability and customer engagement through the best use of their unstructured data with IBM Enterprise Content Management. source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpFBZR7mk6c
Michael Brenner In a world of infinite media choices, the best way to reach new buyers and new talent might be right under your nose. Your own employees represent the greatest opportunity to create meaningful marketing and to develop human resources programs that increase sales, while also finding and retaining top talent. Is HR the new marketing? In the battle for new talent, HR departments have been forced to expand their role from hiring and firing, overseeing personnel sy
Too often we look at documents as just pieces of paper or digital files that contain information. We often forget to consider the value of that document. Some documents are assigned value based on time to write (like a very large document) or potential fines if done wrong (like a regulatory or compliance document). But every document has some value. I’m reminded of a client visit for a paper digitization effort. While taking a tour of the facility, we stopped at a set of file
Changing the Game with HR.. When organizations do the right thing, value can extend far beyond the good deed itself. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) can help drive better business outcomes, attract like-minded partners, increase employee engagement and more. “Just like human resources years ago … CSR is going to grow into a strategic partner in the company,” John Matthews, SAP’s global vice president of HCM LoB Business Partner, Global Customer Strategy & Business Opera
Digital Transformation Leaders. Are Few and Far Between. A large majority of companies understand the importance of digital transformation to their survival. But just 3% of them have completed digital transformation projects across the enterprise. Most companies have a lot of catching up to do in several important areas. Leaders who are fully committed to digital transformation across their enterprises are three times more likely to report high levels of value creation from d