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3 Tips on Delivering Real-Time Financial Planning

3 Tips on Delivering Real-Time Financial Planning

New technologies and quick-changing market dynamics have affected every area of the workplace — including finance. According to a report by Aberdeen Group (form required), pressures like lengthy budgeting processes, inadequate budget numbers, poor collaboration and market volatility are forcing organizations to reconsider their financial processes.

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The Enterprise Chatbot: Your Future Coworker?

The Enterprise Chatbot: Your Future Coworker?

Artificial intelligence might still sound like a thing of the future, but the truth is AI-driven chatbots are changing the way we look at the workplace today.  Accenture predicts that by 2035, artificial intelligence “will double economic growth rates in 12 developed countries and boost labor productivity by up to

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Are Senior Managers Out of Touch With Workers Digital Needs?

Are Senior Managers Out of Touch With Workers Digital Needs?

With enterprise workers using digital technology in the home on a daily basis, many workers believe that the organizations where they work are not keeping up with their digital needs and are out of touch, according to recent research from Gartner. Digital Disconnect The research  is the result of a

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Chris McNulty: The Digital Workplace Is About Progress, Not Perfection

Chris McNulty: The Digital Workplace Is About Progress, Not Perfection

Over the course of his career, Chris McNulty has lived and breathed Microsoft’s SharePoint collaboration software from a variety of vantage points: as a customer, a developer, a systems integrator, an author and, since October 2015, as a Microsoft employee.

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Microsoft Pushes Teams Into Conference Rooms, Google Tasks Stands Alone, More News

Microsoft Pushes Teams Into Conference Rooms, Google Tasks Stands Alone, More News

Microsoft continues to push its Teams collaboration workspace application deeper into the enterprise. At the InfoComm conference in Las Vegas earlier this month, the Redmond, Wash.-based company announced it will be adding Teams to a number of Microsoft-certified conference room devices, including Surface Hub.

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Is It Really All About Culture?

Is It Really All About Culture?

For the last several years, practitioners and consultants have been talking about culture as it relates to risk, compliance and ethics.  Two new pieces reinforce my view that culture is not just about risk, compliance, and ethics. There are many, many dimensions and sometimes they may actually conflict.

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How Executives Can Lead the Way in SharePoint and Office 365 Adoption Efforts

How Executives Can Lead the Way in SharePoint and Office 365 Adoption Efforts

High levels of SharePoint and Office 365 adoption have been linked to benefits such as optimal automation, collaboration and productivity. So if you've deployed these platforms within your organization, it behooves you, as an executive, to get personally involved in the adoption campaigns.

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User Experience Debt Is Sapping Our Productivity

User Experience Debt Is Sapping Our Productivity

Imagine you have a big family and a large supply of tableware, but the dishwasher is broken, so you decide not to wash the dishes after each meal. From breakfast through dinner, you accumulate an increasingly larger pile of dishes until you run out of tableware.

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