Expert Guidance to Ensure Business Agility & Top-notch Systems & Software
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To develop an exponentially growing Lean/Agile organization that will have the capabilities to meet uncertainty/unpredictability and adaptability/maneuverability on demand, we must develop the potential of its people with a primary emphasis on designing and developing the whole organizational system(s).
It is crucial that good customer experience (CX) embraces change since it is a given that customers will change as they learn more and continue to engage. This implies the need for a continuous conversation with customers that is more of a continual interaction rather than a face-to-face conversation. It is a way of doing things rather than a thing itself.
The components embedded in the Data Value Map (DVM) provide a foundational shared language that allows meaningful group conversations to take place; conversations that all parties can understand and to which they can contribute. The two examples illustrated in this Advisor demonstrate how the DVM can help build a shared understanding around organizational data strategies and data projects.
This Update highlights the role of the cloud in big data strategies. In particular, it builds on the characteristics of the cloud and how big data analytics can utilize them.
Eradicating human interference from our enterprise processes gives us the opportunity to present streamlined digital processes that expedite valuable customer activities related to our business that ultimately delight customers. That’s the goal of the digital enterprise.
Merchant mobile payment applications represent a first step toward frictionless commerce but achieving this initial milestone has been challenging in the US.
As you read through the articles in this month’s issue, we invite you to consider the customer experience that your organization provides and what lessons our authors offer for improving CX and making it great.
The task organizational leaders face right now is how to turn their companies into resilient organizations. Though this is a question far beyond the scope of an Advisor, there are three basic capabilities resilient systems need to show: speed, flexibility, and diversity.