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Every business requires productivity from its teams, and the IT department is no exception. By improving IT productivity, organizations can save costs, increase output, and become more competitive.
In today's competitive business climate, operational efficiency is your company’s secret weapon to reduce costs and improve results. The faster your company moves, the more agile you are - the better. Measuring and improving operational efficiency can help increase profitability and long-term growth.
How can you ensure your startup is one of the 1 out of 10 that makes it? How can you position your startup for success? How can plan ahead to provide your startup with the most opportunities and flexibility to achieve your goals?
As every operations manager knows, a company must quickly deal with issues that threaten to make a business less profitable.
"Let's learn to speak data." That quote is making its way all over businesses these days. And even though the conversation might not start with those exact words, finding the way to build and promote a data literacy program in your team and company has become a necessary skill for many.
It is important to not just look at the turnover rate of your company but to also identify the reasons for it. Here are some of the most common reasons why employees leave their jobs:
You might not realize it, but you are currently in a workflow. Workflows are what each of us is doing - getting stuff done in a process that has a beginning, a middle, and an end. But workflow management is so much more than that. Making work efficient, and allocating resources properly, while always keeping in mind the end goal that gets you to the result. It doesn’t sound so easy, but what if it could be?
To succeed in the ever-so-competitive business environment, your company model needs to make smart, quick decisions and keep up with all the latest trends in business modeling. Today, that means going data-driven.