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In Search of Clarity: Unraveling the Complexities of Executive Decision Making
Decision making is at the core of all business activity, as executives set strategy and manage operations by weighing a vast array of factors to arrive at the

different psychology methods  look at how such different outcomes might interact to shape future reality. The goal is not a set of predictions but a deeper understanding of the interaction of the key drivers of change. Angela Wilkinson, director of scenarioplanning and futures research at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, and until recently a senior member of Shell’s Global Business Environment Team—its scenario builders—warns that there are many existing approaches to scenario-building, a situation which has created Read More...
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Monitoring DB2 Databases
Databases serve a lot of different business applications, all of which must work in perfect harmony to provide a good customer experience. Therefore it is

different psychology methods  serve a lot of different business applications, all of which must work in perfect harmony to provide a good customer experience. Therefore it is important that the databases offer the best availability and performance. What does performance mean to you? Before you begin looking for a database 2 (DB2) monitoring solution, you should answer this and other questions about your business processes and your needs. Read More...
The Impact of Technology on Cost in Business Process Outsourcing
Many different factors contribute to the cost of a business process outsourcing (BPO) engagement. Among them, IT, especially software, is a key cost determinant

different psychology methods  Business Process Outsourcing Many different factors contribute to the cost of a business process outsourcing (BPO) engagement. Among them, IT, especially software, is a key cost determinant that is often underestimated. A diligent assessment of BPO needs to address several cost components that are not included in the provider’s total contract value (TCV)—components which are often overlooked by buyers. Read More...
ERP Today: No Safe Haven?
Traditionally, small and medium businesses (SMB) use the same ERP selection methods as large enterprises. However, the lack of an implementation standard

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ERP Modules for Different Business Types
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a mature segment of the software market. Most features are standard across solutions, and you can expect vendors to offer

different psychology methods  Modules for Different Business Types Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a mature segment of the software market. Most features are standard across solutions, and you can expect vendors to offer software for managing financials, supply chain and inventory, human resources (HR), and business intelligence (BI). Some vendors also offer specialized modules for vertical industries. Use this checklist to find the ERP modules that are right for your organization. Read More...
Metadata Standards in the Marketplace - Why Do I Care? (And Where Does Godzilla Fit In?)
Metadata (“data about data”) is essential for data warehousing. Metadata standards allow different products to interact. Without standards, different vendors

different psychology methods  tie together applications from different vendors, possibly including some homegrown ones, to make your data warehouse work. It's at this point that you start paying attention to metadata and, more specifically, metadata standards. A simplified definition of metadata : One type of metadata defines the meaning of data. It is made up of entities, attributes, and relationships. For example, a table is an entity. It has attributes such as a name. A column is also an entity. It also has attributes such as a dat Read More...
Reconciliation: A Basis for Interconnect Settlements
When telecom operators interconect to send or receive different types of traffic, call detail records (CDRs) are generated at both ends. These CDRs need to be

different psychology methods  to send or receive different types of traffic, call detail records (CDRs) are generated at both ends. These CDRs need to be reconciled periodically to find errors, if any. While there are industry standards for resolving these errors, comprehensive reconciliation solutions do exist that focus on the issue from a billing perspective. Read More...
PBX VoIP Systems
The VoIP industry offers a number of different services, features, and options. Among the various services and systems is the private branch exchange (PBX

different psychology methods  offers a number of different services, features, and options. Among the various services and systems is the private branch exchange (PBX) system, depicting a system’s hardware where an incoming call is forwarded, transferred, or otherwise routed to another extension, etc. But BPM systems can differ in mode of service. Read this paper and know the benefits and drawbacks of three different PBX options. Read More...
What Does the “P” in PLM Really Mean?
What does the “P” in PLM really mean? The question seems ambiguous since PLM may refer to many different things (such as an airport, a university, a railway

different psychology methods  may refer to many different things (such as an airport, a university, a railway company, etc.). Okay, so let me clarify what I mean. The PLM I’m talking about here is product lifecycle management . Now, the answer seems quite simple. However, my purpose is not to trick you with this silly question, but to explore the true meaning of “product” under the PLM setting. So, what is a product in the light of product lifecycle management? To answer this question, I found something really helpful from the Read More...
Case Study: Achmea
Achmea, the largest insurance group in the Dutch market, had many different systems and fragmented management information, with often inaccurate data. The

different psychology methods  Dutch market, had many different systems and fragmented management information, with often inaccurate data. The company decided to make the move to business intelligence (BI) for a more standardized approach to information access and delivery. With Cognos, Achmea has achieved a number of benefits, including results-oriented decision-making based on real-time data. Learn more. Read More...
Building a Web Application Security Program
Today’s Web applications exist in an environment vastly different from when businesses first entered the Internet. Few companies have a comprehensive Web

different psychology methods  in an environment vastly different from when businesses first entered the Internet. Few companies have a comprehensive Web application security program to prevent Internet-borne security breaches. Learn how security concerns for Web applications are different than for traditional applications, and how to build a Web security program that curbs costs and provides effective security. Read More...
Monitoring Physical Threats in the Data Center
Common methods for monitoring the data center environment date from the days of centralized mainframes, and include such practices as walking around with

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Why ERP Systems Fail to Perform
ERP systems can typically develop failure triggers at three different stages. Use this guide to recognize them and prevent a breakdown at your business.

different psychology methods  failure triggers at three different stages. Use this guide to recognize them and prevent a breakdown at your business. Read More...
Managing the Extended Enterprise for Profitable Growth: Integrated Operations and Resources across the Enterprise
Due to the wide range of size, scope, and complexity within the extended enterprise, different units often have different functional requirements for the

different psychology methods  within the extended enterprise, different units often have different functional requirements for the business management software they use. The different demands can become a barrier to future growth, profitability, and agility. So how do you coordinate resources and activities to get everybody on the same page within an extended enterprise? Read More...
Get ERP Right the First Time: A Practical Guide to Selecting and Implementing a New ERP System
Every company faces different challenges and has different needs in regard to enterprise resource planning (ERP). Choosing the right ERP system can be difficult

different psychology methods  System Every company faces different challenges and has different needs in regard to enterprise resource planning (ERP). Choosing the right ERP system can be difficult because there is really no one-size-fits-all ERP solution. However, there are certain basic principles that apply to nearly every company’s situation. Find out what they are, and learn how you can increase your chances of a successful ERP implementation. Read More...

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