Came across an interesting ebook recently published by Software Advice - a Gartner company (this blog is in collaboration with the same). The ebook helps understand where others went wrong and what you can learn from them to ensure a smooth ERP implementation at your organization. It also talks about some of the best practices for avoiding ERP implementation failures.
If it really fit her so uniquely, why did it fall off in the first place? Or - If Performance Appraisals work, why do they have such a grey reputation?
The famous Ford Pinto Case is a renowned illustration of how an organization can get muddled up in Cost Benefit analysis. The costs due to Ford Pinto design flaw was about $49.5 million, ie. based on probable accident rate. This was much less than the cost of issuing a recall which was $137.5M Hence Ford decided not to recall the cars according to the CBA. Ford overlooked the costs of negative publicity and eventually had to anyway recall the cars. The CBA by Ford was the decision that was...
It is a well-known fact that Aviation, as an industry relies heavily on the availability of a constant stream of data that can empower intelligent decision making. Naturally, any technology that aids this, like Big data, RFIDs, SCADA etc is almost always welcomed immediately.
Over time, while businesses have been seeing transformational changes, HR has seen only incremental changes. In the old economy, elimination of error was of prime importance and therefore HR was tuned to that. Today businesses demand much more. Collaboration, Planning & Innovation is the need of the hour. These are what will help cultivate an environment that harnesses intelligence, creativity and interpersonal skills of employees.
Nocturnal happenings are hard to trace - unless you are a bat yourself. Here’s how to track wee-hour issues that affect rooms like talent acquisition, productivity et al; right till that corridor called attrition – and that too without some EMF meter.
Equipment Rental Industry has been growing in US and in many other parts of the world. The size of market in US is already USD40bn while in Europe it is Euro23bn+. These are markets with reasonably high rental penetration – US has 53% while UK in excess of 75%. Consider a market like India, where Rental Penetration is around 10% but GDP is growing at 7%+ and is expected to grow at an even faster rate in the coming years. This presents a huge opportunity for growth of Equipment Rental Industry...