18 articles about "ENTERPRISE"
The horrors of Australia’s bushfires committed many of us in technology to apply our skills to helping reduce future risk to humans, flora and fauna, and property. But without serious buy-in from the fireys and the federal government it won’t work.
“You have to move as slowly as us.” This was the advice from a government official who was visibly worried by the rapid pace we were suggesting for a tech project. This wasn’t the first time we saw government afraid of moving fast.
With fintechs and neobanks posing an existential threat to the Big Four banks, the incumbents are scrambling to launch their own digital ventures to try to fend off the disruptors — but are they doing it wrong?
common workplace sayings that people may think are smart, but they are actually dumb
Here's five dead giveaways...
Read Angus’s thoughts on traditional consultancies below
When the internet challenged the global media industry, companies were confronted with a stark choice — innovate or perish.
Sometimes being a high performer in an industry with a bad reputation can be a burden due to what I call Customer Stockholm Syndrome.
It’s said to be lonely at the top when running a business, but as this business owner explains, appointing a co-CEO can be a beneficial way of positioning the company, and oneself, for growth.
Welcome to the world of ERP hostageware.
Transformations are disruptive. I don’t mean this in the lazy, cliched, and sigh-inducing “X company is the Uber of Y industry, poised to disrupt the industry”, I mean it is a process of change that requires some adaptation.
Quantify It. Undersand the downside.
Security is a big challenge in enterprise. Here's how we tackle it.
Listen to the team tackle Blockchain as a buzzword, current industry uses, what blockchain might look like in the future and the effectiveness of distributed systems (or read the transcript)
Today, I join a special group of people who are creating a truly amazing company.
Gender parity is crucial for any well-rounded business… but an imbalance exists across almost every business sector
Over 9 months, leading the Digital Team within a major enterprise business, we learned many lessons. Here is an overview of three of the key hurdles we faced.
With the increasing adoption of Agile practices in enterprise, consultants must adapt to being increasingly involved with their client’s business needs.