Category Archives: Business Effectiveness

Why the Midwest is a curious outlier when it comes to trusting businesses

  By Clint Rainey October 22, 2022 Poll after poll lately reflects that American faith in common good and democracy has been shaken. But there’s one institution that U.S. citizens still trust today, and that’s the corporation, according to results from the latest Edelman Trust Barometer. Released on Friday, the update to Edelman’s closely followed … Continue reading Why the Midwest is a curious outlier when it comes to trusting businesses

Are you still using spreadsheets to manage your work? Take our poll

Do manual processes such as inputting data to spreadsheets still play a big role in your working life? Kim Davis on June 24, 2022 Earlier this year, revenue orchestration platform LeanData released a report suggesting that lead management remains a “heavily manual” process. Based on a survey of more than 1,700 sales, marketing and operations … Continue reading Are you still using spreadsheets to manage your work? Take our poll

What Is the Best Process for Creating a Dashboard?

Nicole Hitner October 21, 2021 Any business, no matter what industry or size, is collecting information about its customers, its market, its conversions, etc., and just about every business looks to manage that data through dashboards. Dashboards do the tricky work of presenting complexity in the simplest of ways. Organizing information so that it can … Continue reading What Is the Best Process for Creating a Dashboard?

Winning in Today’s Business World Requires Rethinking Operating Models

Amit Patel October 19, 2021 Before the pandemic, businesses primarily operated with an in-person workforce that showed up to the office, attended in-person meetings, and traveled when necessary. While remote work was steadily increasing over time, only a small percentage of employees worked remotely prior to 2020. However, according to Global Workplace Analytics, 80% of … Continue reading Winning in Today’s Business World Requires Rethinking Operating Models

Top 10: YOU (Your Company) Are CAUSING Churn. Are You Doing Any of These 10 Things?

Steve Bernstein October 15, 2021 I don’t mean to be negative but I suspect you (and your colleagues) are guilty of driving churn. How many of these things are your company doing? Are you single-threading (i.e. generally working with one primary point of contact) in an account?And then, when that person (inevitably) changes jobs you’re … Continue reading Top 10: YOU (Your Company) Are CAUSING Churn. Are You Doing Any of These 10 Things?