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Organizational Readiness
Today’s executives have more challenges and concerns than ever, from compliance to use of technology. To thrive and ultimately excel within a competitive landscape, an organization must have a technology framework capable of meeting today’s marketplace requirements while positioning the company for future growth and challenges. Find out how to better leverage technology investments and become a best-run business.

FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES: Organizational Readiness Organizational Readiness Source: SAP Document Type: White Paper Description: Today’s executives have more challenges and concerns than ever, from compliance to use of technology. To thrive and ultimately excel within a competitive landscape, an organization must have a technology framework capable of meeting today’s marketplace requirements while positioning the company for future growth and challenges. Find out how to better leverage technology investments and become a
2/5/2009 1:57:00 PM

On-boarding for Organizational Growth
This white paper explores some of the drivers of the current focus on on-boarding, walks through some of the financial implications of improving the on-boarding process, and outlines a model of on-boarding that spans the employee lifecycle. By attending to these aspects of selection and on-boarding, organizations will be better placed to deliver excellent customer service and to retain their staff as economic growth takes a firmer foothold.

FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES: On-boarding for Organizational Growth On-boarding for Organizational Growth Source: SHL Document Type: White Paper Description: This white paper explores some of the drivers of the current focus on on-boarding, walks through some of the financial implications of improving the on-boarding process, and outlines a model of on-boarding that spans the employee lifecycle. By attending to these aspects of selection and on-boarding, organizations will be better placed to deliver excellent customer service and to
2/6/2013 4:28:00 PM

E-learning and Organizational Culture
The success of an e-learning initiative depends as much on the people and culture of the organization as it does on the technology used. Several corporate cultural factors that affect the success of an e-learning implementation are discussed and illustrated.

FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES: E-learning and Organizational Culture E-learning and Organizational Culture Don McIntosh, Ph.D - January 18, 2006 Read Comments E-learning and Organizational Culture Don McIntosh, Ph.D Introduction The success of an e-learning initiative depends as much on the people and culture of the organization as it does on the technology used. So what is culture? One of American comedian and pop icon Jerry Seinfeld s favorite show business stories goes something like this: One cold winter s day, the members of the
1/18/2006

The CMO–CIO Organizational Alignment Mandate
Chief information officer reporting relationships continue to be distanced from the strategy function. The marketing function is experiencing this same distancing from strategy. However, the two functions should be on the leading edge of strategy, rather than the receiving end.

FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES: budgets often eclipse other functional budgets in terms of expense and capital expenditures. For these reasons, there is increased pressure to justify spending. However, justification involves extrapolating into the future with minimal near-term visible results. In general, with an organizational emphasis on near-term results, the CMO and CIO are not viewed as the go-to people to make them happen. Thus, though it can be argued that these two functions are among the most strategic within the whole
7/4/2007

Leveraging Intellectual Property: Why Corporate Knowledge and IP Are Critical to Your Business
Intellectual property (IP) is a valuable commodity. And today, companies can use new technology, new practices, and organizational alignment to reap the value of corporate IP. The catchphrase of the 80s and 90s was “other people’s money.” But the catchphrase for the new millennium is “other people’s IP.” (Part One of a two-part series.)

FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES: Leveraging Intellectual Property: Why Corporate Knowledge and IP Are Critical to Your Business Leveraging Intellectual Property: Why Corporate Knowledge and IP Are Critical to Your Business Source: Exact Document Type: White Paper Description: Intellectual property (IP) is a valuable commodity. And today, companies can use new technology, new practices, and organizational alignment to reap the value of corporate IP. The catchphrase of the 80s and 90s was “other people’s money.” But the catchphrase
7/14/2006 2:33:00 PM

Managing the Multicompany Corporation
For multi-organizational enterprises, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) have made everything from closing the books to daily management more complex. Learn how to manage the sales and financial components of your enterprise, including requirements for addressing differing currencies, taxation rules, and reporting.

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1/18/2010 4:35:00 PM

Supply Chain Management: Morphing the Functional Scope of Service Parts
The quintessential business challenge is to minimize downtime on assets while minimizing the cost of spare and replacement parts inventory. To meet these challenges, heavy investments have been made in extensive spare ad replacement parts networks.

FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES: Chain Management: Morphing the Functional Scope of Service Parts Supply Chain Management: Morphing the Functional Scope of Service Parts Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - July 30, 2005 Read Comments The Morphing Functional Scope of Service Parts SCM There are many requirements involved in the supply chain management (SCM) of service and replacement parts that make the process different from traditional, new parts SCM (see Part One ). As a result, some specialist SCM solutions have been developed to a
7/30/2005

The Power and Benefit of Using Virtual Worlds for Real-world Collaboration, Learning, Productivity, and Innovation
Web 2.0 technologies are gaining greater acceptance in the workplace, as they promote intra- and inter-organizational collaboration and productivity. The marriage of these technologies with three-dimensional (3-D) virtual world technology will bring even greater opportunities. Find out how these technologies have potential not just for collaboration and productivity, but also for learning and innovation.

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10/16/2008 5:14:00 PM

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Social Networking in Talent Management
Organizations are dealing with a new organizational model. Employees often work remotely, and they interact with teammates, peers, and customers through the phone, Internet, and instant messaging. Their managers may be in other cities. Learn how talent management and social networking technology can help align your company, and allow employees to collaborate efficiently, without a traditional top-down management model.

FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES: Social Networking in Talent Management Social Networking in Talent Management Source: Cornerstone OnDemand Document Type: White Paper Description: Organizations are dealing with a new organizational model. Employees often work remotely, and they interact with teammates, peers, and customers through the phone, Internet, and instant messaging. Their managers may be in other cities. Learn how talent management and social networking technology can help align your company, and allow employees to collaborate
12/11/2008 2:58:00 PM

Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification?
This article examines the organizational fit of radio frequency identification (RFID) and its technology’s basic mechanics. Its prohibitive costs often account for the decision to not implement RFID. Yet some factors influencing adoption may shed new light on why RFID is important.

FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES: minimum requirements for a functional RFID system to operate. Each component of the system will be defined, and an explanation of each one s use will be explored below. RFID Mechanics Within RFID, everything starts with the tag. The tag has a computer chip that is programmed with information that uniquely identifies each item. Information is exchanged when the tag is activated. Tags and readers each contain antennae because of the radio interaction they require. The antenna attaches to the integrated
11/28/2007


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