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Leaving Panorama Consulting: Reflections on the ERP Software Industry’s State of Chaos
"It took me quite some time to accept the fact that I needed to leave a company I founded, led, and was the face of for 13 years. So much so that I didn’t talk about it much in the months after my departure and during the formation of Third Stage. Yet clients, potential clients, and industry peers understandably had – and in some cases still have – questions about this unusual situation."
digital  transformation  news  how  to  find  the  best  independent  erp  consultants  leaving  panorama  consulting  oracle  cloud  implementations  sap  s  4hana  third  stage  group 
september 2019 by jonerp
Predicting The Future Of Digital Marketplaces
"Competitive differentiation, buyer retention, buyer acquisition, and social media engagement and the four most common customer-facing challenges marketplaces face today. 39% of marketing execs say that differentiating from competitors is the greatest challenge, followed by buyer retention (32%), buyer acquisition (29%) and effective social media campaigns (29%) Further validation that today’s digital marketplaces are enabling greater digital transformation through personalization is found in just 22% of respondents said customer experience is a challenge."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  altimeter  group  byline=louis  columbus  digital  marketplaces  ecommerce  forrester  google  cloud  platform  kahuna 
november 2018 by jonerp
Cross-border blockchain banking takes a big step forwards, with dangers
"Then there is IBM. As ET speculated not long ago, IBM becomes the blockchain monster. The participating banks depend on IBM for development and enhancement. They become beholden to what IBM decides, of course in consultation with its clients. Remember SWIFT. This is a member-institution that more often than not tells its members what it wants and not vice versa. Or Visa: it was once a bank member-owned ‘co-operative’. Now it is its own master."
blockchain  homepage  slider  latest  news  asia  pacific  bbva  finance  fintech  klickex  group  national  australia  bank  nitzuho  smfg  stellar.org 
october 2017 by jonerp
What About Them Apples? - by @lcecere #scm
"While many argue that the definitions of the time horizons change with concurrent planning, I say not so fast. I think that within a global organization there is a need for a design group, an S&OP plan, and a replenishment process. Define the boundaries of the time horizons by work process definitions, not technology capabilities. Planning at companies varies by governance and cultural DNA."
demand  apples  cognitive  learning  management  share  group  forecasting  next-generation  supply  chain  processes  planning  by  design  point  of  sale  data 
october 2017 by jonerp
How Artificial Intelligence Is Revolutionizing Business In 2017
"The research found significant gaps between companies who have already adopted and understand Artificial Intelligence (AI) and those lagging. AI early adopters invest heavily in analytics expertise and ensuring the quality of algorithms and data can scale across their enterprise-wide information and knowledge needs. The leading companies who excel at using AI to plan new businesses and streamline existing processes all have solid senior management support for each AI initiative."
featured  posts  technology  software  artificial  intelligence  boston  consulting  group  (bcg)  cloud  computing  louis  columbus'  blog  machine  learning  mit  sloan  management  review 
september 2017 by jonerp
Gartner Purchase of Corporate Executive Board Would Address Changes in IT Advisory Market
"Despite their big advantages, the big IT analyst shops face disruption. They face perpetual accusations of pay-for-play bias. Many techies say they know more about the topics than the analyst briefing them. A three-part podcast hosted by Kea Company describes how many smaller companies address these shortcomings."
research  boston  consulting  group  ceb  corporate  executive  board  forrester  gartner  idc  idg  kea  company  mckinsey  tns  management 
january 2017 by jonerp
Predictive Policing is Real; It’s Just Not Very Effective
"“It makes us smarter. It puts us on the cutting edge of what’s going on in this country,” says George Turner, the chief of the Atlanta Police Department, in a video proudly displayed on the home page for PredPol, which produces predictive policing software.

But here’s one thing that even Phillip K. Dick couldn’t even predict: Predictive Policing doesn’t really work. At least not thus far."
analysis  culture  top  stories  big  data  cardiff  university  carnegie  mellon  analsys  human  rights  group  internet  of  things  national  institute  justice  phillip  dick  predictive  analytics 
october 2016 by jonerp
GE Digital Provides a Report of Progress on Digital Industrial Efforts
"GE Digital executives went to great lengths to point out their belief that industrial based IoT applications and network opportunities will be a far larger market segments that consumer focused IoT applications, pegging the latter segment as greater than $225 billion by 2020. That stated, during open Q&A, executives indicated a belief the 2017-18 timeframe will be the point of industry inflection in IoT enabled efforts. From this author’s lens, that is fairly consistent with comments and observations we’ve heard from other IoT focused technology and services providers."
asset  management  industrial  and  diversified  industry  supply  chain  internet  of  things  service  lifecycle  technology  general  electric  digital  group  efforts  predix  platform  adoption  strategy  providers  matters  blog 
june 2016 by jonerp
A CFO Success Story: Aidan Cullen, CFO of CliQr - by @dergelCFO
"I’ve always been a long term planner and thinker. I started my career in public accounting getting the fundamentals. I then went into internal audit consciously thinking about where I need to go for my success. That gave me an understanding of what’s underneath the hood of a company. From there I started to specialize in the functional roles and business partnerships, so I went to engineering and managed an engineering group worth about 120 million dollars."
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august 2015 by jonerp
A CFO Success Story: Ken Goldman, CFO of Everbridge - by @samueldergel
"If you think about, going back 20 – 30 years ago. CFOs were thought about as the Chief Accountant, Green Eye Shade, Risk Manager. They were someone to protect the company. While protection is part of my mandate, I would say that it really starts with enablement. My job is to enable the company to achieve success and greatness. I spend all of my time thinking about “How to do I do that?” Yes, protection is important, limiting the downside. But nobody ever built a company by just limiting downside. It’s about investing in upside."
all  of  samuel's  blogs  books  for  cfos  build  your  finance  team  ceo  cfo  peer  group  groups  relationships  success  story  chief  financial  officer  everbridge  executive  coaching 
april 2015 by jonerp

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