Monthly Archives: November 2017

When it Comes to the Digital Workplace, One Tool Doesn’t Fit All

When it Comes to the Digital Workplace, One Tool Doesn't Fit All

A strong argument can be made for giving people in the workplace access to an integrated suite of digital productivity tools. A consistent interface creates familiarity, making training and support scalable. Common file formats and shared spaces for collaboration also remove unnecessary barriers to working together at an organizational level.

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Why the Best Writers (Sometimes) Aren’t Paid What They’re Worth

Maybe you don’t say it out loud. It sounds like bragging, and bragging is obnoxious. But you know you’re good. When you see a sentence that isn’t right, you know what needs to change. You twitch a little when you see a clumsy turn of phase, or a sentence that doesn’t mean what the writer
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Top 16 Enterprise Project Management Software Platforms

Top 16 Enterprise Project Management Software Platforms

An enterprise-level company can be a juggernaut. With head offices dotted around the world, countless departments and enough projects to justify working with multiple agencies at once, there’s a ton of progress, files, conversations and agreements to keep track of.

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Customer Experience Lessons from DX Summit 2017

Customer Experience Lessons from DX Summit 2017

CHICAGO — Enterprise-level integrated customer experiences are now a reality. Several executives shared their insights and experiences on how they’ve tackled the challenges of digital experience implementation at the recent DX Summit, held in downtown Chicago at the Radisson Blu Aqua hotel.

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The Path to CMO Is Varied (and Lucrative)

The Path to CMO Is Varied (and Lucrative)

Chief marketing officers (CMO) are not only gaining in prominence at public companies, their compensation reflects that increased stature. A recent study from information services firm Equilar  found nearly 200 marketing executives were among the top five highest-paid employees at their respective companies.

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