The way we work has completely transformed. New technology is changing how, where and
when we work. In this new landscape, businesses are facing challenges specific to growth,
talent acquisition and productivity. Employers need to embrace new technology to get ahead
in this new world of work, and put people at the heart of their strategy. However, HR and
People leaders are in fierce competition for the all-important slice of budget, which makes it
vital to build the strongest business case for technology investment.
This guide is intended to help HR and People leaders like you get the financial support you need.
You’ll get practical, effective tips on:
• Understanding and explaining the true benefits of investing in a new HR system
and the likely return on investment.
• Positioning HR as a driver of change throughout your business.
• Ensuring your HR vision aligns with the business strategy.
• Getting management and key stakeholders to buy in.
• Building the strongest business case pos
The way we work has completely transformed. New technology is changing how, where and when we work. In this new landscape, businesses face challenges around growth, talent acquisition and productivity. Employers need to embrace new technology to get ahead in
this new world of work, and put people at the heart of their strategy. However, HR and People leaders are in fierce competition for that all-important slice of budget and that makes building the strongest business case for technology investment vital.
This guide is designed to help HR and People leaders like you get the financial support you need. You’ll get practical, effective tips on:
• Understanding and explaining the true benefits of investing in a new HR system and likely return on investment
• Positioning HR as a leader of change throughout your business
• Ensuring your HR vision fits in with the business strategy
• Getting management and key stakeholder buy-in
• Building the strongest business case and the most powerful el
This report is intended to serve as a guide to an effective digital banking conversion/change management plan. From your initial kickoff meeting to post-launch, you’ll learn about the key components required for success. The framework is the result of interviews with Q2 personnel who have been personally involved in thousands of hours of digital banking conversions, across hundreds of FIs, with every major core banking system on the market over the course of the past twenty years.
Agile development teams and IT operations teams often become so consumed with their own daily challenges that collaboration between them is severely lacking or non-existent. The problem with this is that manageability requirements become an afterthought to the development process, and agile teams may roll out applications that IT ops can't effectively monitor and run.
While enabling cross-team collaboration is mutually beneficial— and ultimately improves the business' bottom line—, implementing it requires some effort at the organizational level to instill changes, and the right tools will help. Read this white paper to learn guidelines for adapting your application development and management model to enable Dev/Ops information sharing and collaboration, and learn how the cloud can be leveraged for this purpose.
Managing technology refreshes is not a popular task among enterprise storage administrators, although it is a necessary task for successful businesses. As a business evolves, managing more data and adding new applications in the process, enterprise storage infrastructure inevitably needs to grow in performance and capacity. Enterprise storage solutions have traditionally imposed limitations in terms of their ability to easily accommodate technology refreshes that keep infrastructure current and operating reliably and most cost effectively. In 2015, Pure Storage introduced a new technology refresh model that has driven strong change in the enterprise storage industry by addressing the major pain points of legacy models and provided overall a much more cost-effective life-cycle management approach. In conjunction with other aspects of Pure Storage's enterprise storage product and services offerings, the company's "Evergreen Storage" technology refresh model has contributed to this all-f
Be guided on what the best practices are, offering strategies, actionable tactics, and examples of enterprises on the cutting edge so your organization won't have an overabundance of options when working with partners and customers.
Best-in-class firms have realized that budgeting, planning and reporting can't ALL be done with Excel.
And running a successful business starts with effective planning and performance management, and the data you generate during these critical processes is among the most important and sensitive in your organization. A miscalculation, oversight, or a security breach could be financially devastating.
By recognizing the 5 signs of Excel abuse, and making the necessary changes, best-in-class organizations can:
-streamline planning and performance management
-keep sensitive data secure
-significantly reduce the potential for human error
Published By: CheckMarx
Published Date: Apr 03, 2019
In the early years of software development, you would often design it, build it, and
only then think about how to secure it.
This was arguably fine in the days of monolithic applications and closed networks,
when good perimeter-based protection and effective identity and access management
would get you a long way towards minimising the risk. In today’s highly connected,
API-driven application environments, however, any given software component or
service can be invoked and potentially abused in so many different ways. Add to this
the increasing pace of change through iterative ‘DevOps-style’ delivery and ever-faster
release cycles, and many understandably assert that security management and
assurance nowadays needs to be an ongoing and embedded part of the development
and delivery process.
Published By: Teradata
Published Date: May 01, 2015
Creating value in your enterprise undoubtedly creates competitive advantage. Making sense of the data that is pouring into the data lake, accelerating the value of the data, and being able to manage that data effectively is a game-changer. Michael Lang explores how to achieve this success in “Data Preparation in the Hadoop Data Lake.”
Enterprises experiencing success with data preparation acknowledge its three essential competencies: structuring, exploring, and transforming. Teradata Loom offers a new approach by enabling enterprises to get value from the data lake with an interactive method for preparing big data incrementally and iteratively.
As the first complete data management solution for Hadoop, Teradata Loom enables enterprises to benefit from better and faster insights from a continuous data science workflow, improving productivity and business value.
To learn more about how Teradata Loom can help improve productivity in the Hadoop Data Lake, download this report now.
Published By: Solidcore
Published Date: Jan 07, 2008
This IT audit checklist guide includes advice on assessing the effectiveness of change management in a variety of areas. As companies grow more dependent on interdependent IT systems, the risks associated with untested changes in development and production environments have increased proportionately.
While having the right tech is key to delivering great experiences, an equally important part of the equation is having the right people, processes and org structures.
WHY SHOULD THE TARGET AUDIENCE CARE?
Getting value from MarTech investments is top of mind for Marketing Professionals worldwide, and the number one impediment to value realization is the fact that their organizations are not properly set up to fully utlize the tools at their disposal in an effective way. Getting the “people” side of the equation right can be make all the difference in pulling ahead from competitors that are still figuring it out.
Three best practices to design your org for successful experience delivery:
Cultivate the right skills and find the right talent for customer obsession
Set up org structures that encourage cross channel collaboration
Embrace the possibility of using external support to address the challenges of change management
This Aberdeen report demonstrates how highly effective financial planning, budgeting and forecasting enables good decision making, even in periods of major change.
Dynamic financial planning enabled through five key elements -- process, organisation, knowledge management, technology and performance enhancement -- can give business leaders the tools to take prompt action and emerge even stronger.
No matter what future you see ahead for your accounts payable (AP) organization, one thing is sure: If your organization is going to succeed in the emerging digital trade and commerce environment, it will need to process transactions more efficiently than ever, have faster access to AP information, and be able to act upon information and identify opportunities more quickly.
This will require AP organizations to transform their processes with digital technologies. Accounts payable departments that delay their digital transformation initiatives risk falling behind their peers and putting their business at a competitive disadvantage in the global business landscape.
This white paper details the growth of digital technologies, the dangers of relying on manual and semi-automated AP payable processes, the benefits of using digital technologies in AP, and how effective change management ensures the success of digital transformation efforts.
Today, an IT-driven, customer-centric business approach isn’t a luxury — it’s imperative. More and more businesses are moving out of a cost-centric view of their IT potential and into a realization that IT can transform business processes. This white paper shows how you can maximize your IT function by leveraging ITIL best practice processes. These guidelines can help you effectively manage IT changes, assets, personnel and service levels all while reducing costs—going beyond simple IT asset management to deliver proactive IT business improvements.
Today’s buildings and workplaces are major generators and receivers of data. By capturing and analyzing this data, organizations can gain improved understanding of their operational effectiveness, accelerated ability to react to change and increased returns from real estate-related decisions. This IBM buyer's guide outlines the features and capabilities of an effective IWMS, addressing the following key areas: Real estate management, Capital project management, Facilities management, Facilities maintenance and operations, Environmental and energy management, Cross-functional capabilities, Management system architecture. Create smarter buildings by integrating workplace data with analytics and automation with IBM TRIRIGA. Download the whitepaper.