Archives for Tag “Business Challenges”

3 Essential Steps to Long-Term Behavior Change

August 11th, 2017
Behavior Change is daunting like climbing a mountain.

Behavior change is very challenging, and—like climbing a mountain—requires a fair amount of physical and mental training. It almost always makes no difference if we have an intense desire for change.It also doesn't matter if the will for change is internal (such as changing your daily routine to do more sports to get in shape) or comes from external sources (when a doctor...

Challenges Facing IT Companies in Digital Marketing

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Business is transforming across all sectors. We are living in the digital age and in order to remain competitive in the 21st century certain expectations must be met. Surprisingly, digital marketing is an area that IT companies have managed to successfully side step for a number of years. However, as the trend of customer centricity takes a firm grip on the industry...

Challenges That Keep You From Achieving Your KPIs

September 3rd, 2015

Companies that want to succeed in today’s economy must define their goals in a clear, measurable and achievable way. Therefore they need to create a useful and effective set of key performance indicators (KPIs). Many companies struggle with setting up the right goals or they blindly adopt branch-specific KPIs. We’ll show you both what problems can result from the use of inappropriate...

How Knowledge Management Can Support Your Business Success

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In a recent study we looked on the capabilities of knowledge management in B2B companies. 38% of interviewed IT companies stated that not all employees are able to utilize key industry and solution knowledge.While knowledge on these topics is generally well documented and internally available, the lack of usability demonstrates the risk that employee attrition presents; if personnel with key knowledge leaves...