In many organizations, annual planning entails senior leaders meeting to decide the initiatives for the year. The challenge is quite often that this approach isn’t driven by analytical insight. Planning without data behind internal operations, performance and external factors tends to be uninformed planning.
At a time when business-to-business e-commerce represents approximately 25 percent of the global manufacturing trade, companies are increasingly choosing to only complete business transactions with companies working with an e-commerce system.
Under the new CbC reporting requirements, MNEs must assess their readiness by collecting and processing specific data.
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Equifax is one the of the three major credit reporting bureaus in the U.S. and because of the “quality” of personal data that has been accessed and stolen, this breach is huge.
Just as general managers and coaches have used analytics to transform the game of basketball, we must use these tools to make our businesses smarter and more efficient.
If you’re a Browns fan, you should take comfort in knowing that your beloved franchise has embraced a business tool – aka, analytics – that many successful businesses have used to their advantage for decades.
As any manufacturer will tell you, challenges lurk everywhere. Yet one of the top challenges facing manufacturers today is the demand to make quicker, smarter decisions about industry specific needs.
If you are like many manufacturers today in a diverse array of industries, you may not be capitalizing to the fullest extent possible on leading-edge innovations such as sensors and wireless devices that can capture valuable information and reveal inefficiencies.