The origins of Project Management as a science predates the pyramids. Many of the challenges such as bad communication, unclear goals and unrealistic due dates remain the same. Surprisingly these challenges also plague frequently repeated projects. Here’s how we’ve changed that for our clients.
Getting Things Done (GTD) by David Allen is a proven productivity booster. But it is a personal productivity methodology, hard to deploy at an organizational level. Workflow Automation opens up the potential for Organizational GTD.
GTD allows us to manage our focus. The confidence that all of our to-dos with associated information have been captured and stored in an external system we can access whenever we need to allows us to focus on the task at hand. By breaking down our work into actual actionable and organizing them by context and priority we make sure we are maximizing the impact of time spent working. Continue reading Organizational GTD: Declutter Virtual Workspaces Across Your Enterprise
Software that fits makes common sense common. Software that doesn’t challenges common sense. Here’s how you can make sure your software fits.
Automation, AI and Collaboration are buzzwords and the future. Here’s a simple way to unleash them today.Your team is probably doing half of what it can. Why?
When we started working with some of India’s top Retail and Quick Service chains we were surprised to find out how much room they felt they had to improve. As much as twice as fast. So where did they think they were losing time?
Digital transformation has brought FMCG / CPG customers closer to R&D. The insights are flowing in fast and furious. How can companies keep up by releasing products faster?
Scale comes from centralized processes. Agility comes from decentralized innovation. Technology enables you to have both. The key is what we call a system of enterprise collaboration.
According to Ernst and Young the collaborative will inherit the earth. Social media has allowed individuals to collaborate to bring about everything from revolutions to new board games. What does it take to turn aspirations to enterprise collaboration into a reality?