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Working from home

In March 2017, a video of two young children interrupting their father’s BBC interview about South Korea went viral. Professor Robert Kelly was quoted as saying: “I thought I’d blown it in front of the whole world,” when his children…

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The economic benefits of Certainty

Certainty can be defined as the confidence that we have in our beliefs. It is a determining characteristic of how we perform as individuals, as a team and as a company. The more certain we are in our beliefs…

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Know your data

In 1963, Raymond De Roover published ‘The Rise and Decline of the Medici Bank (1397-1494).’ It tells the story…

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Work from Home

It’s all very well if you’re used to working from home (WFH), have honed your own tricks to manage…

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Where is the new money for ERP?

In the cloud era, the ERP market that serves an organisation’s back office business operations is dominated by the tier one players of SAP, Oracle, and Workday…

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Purposeful profit

Businesses are becoming more and more tech savvy. Technologists are constantly getting smarter and business leaders…

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Oil & Gas

The stakes are high in a complex environment of multiple assets, complicated sites, global supply chains…

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Why modern ERP is the key to harnessing employee activism

An activist employee is an engaged employee. The past few years have seen a sharp rise in employee-driven activism. From public declarations to staff walk outs, employees have found creative (and often very public) ways to demand their companies take a stand on the issues they care about. We have seen employee protests around in-house

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ERP in a digital age – a CIO’s perspective

The role of chief information officer (CIO) has been constantly evolving with the advancements and needs for all organisations to adopt a more digital approach. This is not just about how they engage with customers, citizens and users but in the way that they think about design, delivery and maintenance of all the technology deployed

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AI and trust – Getting it right the first time

Successful use of AI depends on enterprises designing trust into their systems sooner rather than later. There is a long list of business use cases for AI that extends from customer service and manufacturing to building management, cybersecurity, and human resources. The effectiveness of AI in any of these scenarios depends on one very important

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What Macron knows

In France during 2018, President Macron’s administration declared gender equality a priority. Legislation now requires…

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The Power of Purpose

It wasn’t Bono who stole the show at Davos. It wasn’t even Will.i.am, Marc Benioff or Gary Cohn. Nor was it…

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BI & Analytics in the Public Sector

How deeper insights can help local government amid Britain’s austerity measures Local government bureaus are under increasing pressure to deliver much needed regional support systems in an efficient and cost-effective manner. The fulfilment challenge is for public sector managers to determine and balance priorities amid ever changing financial, legislative and political influences. The use of

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IR35 is coming to the private sector

Is your recruitment agency preparing you for the IR35 changes? The phrase ‘IR35’ or ‘Off-Payroll Working’ as it is now being referred to will strike a chord, maybe a chill, in the heart of many readers. For years HMRC (Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs) has tried, with limited success, to tax contractors broadly at the

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AI Agents: What does ’good‘ look like–and why should you care?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a core component of many companies’ digital transformation strategies today. However, a lack of trust in AI is holding some organisations back from moving forward. To overcome their underlying fears we need stronger performance monitoring mechanisms that can be relied upon to detect, or better yet, predict failures before they occur.

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ERP Readiness in the Public Sector

People often make assumptions about the difference between public sector versus private sector readiness. The most common is that there is a great deal more due diligence, bureaucracy and compliance hurdles compared to private businesses. That somehow, the private sector finds it easier to glide through governance and change management along a relatively smooth transformation

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