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Why Resilient B2B Commerce Is the Only Way Forward for Manufacturers and Suppliers Post COVID-19

Shashin Shah August 5, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has cast clouds of uncertainty in the business landscape and resulted in a shutdown of several economic activities. As a result, businesses are likely to witness a paradigm shift in supply chains, operating models, consumer behavior, and procurement and sales strategies. It is vital to take proactive … Continue reading Why Resilient B2B Commerce Is the Only Way Forward for Manufacturers and Suppliers Post COVID-19

The Power of Constraints: How Dr. Seuss Used Only 50 Words to Write His Best-Selling Book of All Time

Mayo Oshin — November 21, 2019 Follow @mayowaoshin Shortly after the success of The Cat in the Hat—a best-selling book limited to a 225-word vocabulary—Theodor Seuss Geisel (also known as Dr. Seuss) took on an even greater challenge. In 1960, Bennett Cerf, founder of book publisher, Random House, bet Dr. Seuss fifty-dollars that he couldn’t … Continue reading The Power of Constraints: How Dr. Seuss Used Only 50 Words to Write His Best-Selling Book of All Time

Back to Basics: Personalization only adds value if you do it right

While personalization can be tremendously valuable, it has to be relevant in your user’s journey. Laura Robinson on November 5, 2019 Everyone knows that in our digital economy, data is more valuable than oil. But it’s what you actually do with data that makes it so valuable. Personalizing your user’s experience can do wonders for … Continue reading Back to Basics: Personalization only adds value if you do it right

5 Leadership Mistakes That Only Smart Leaders Recognize

Paul Keijzer — July 23, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — July 23, 2019 JESHOOTS-com / Pixabay Every day, I am approached by people seeking to understand the things leaders should be doing to become better and smarter leaders. Most leadership articles tend to follow the same pattern, outlining all the do’s – the habits, the behaviors … Continue reading 5 Leadership Mistakes That Only Smart Leaders Recognize

‘Value-Exchange’: It’s Only Of Value If I Really Want It

‘Value-Exchange’: It’s Only Of Value If I Really Want It by George Simpson , Featured Contributor, (December 07, 2018) This week the Interactive Advertising Bureau launched some guidelines for what it’s calling “opt-in value exchange” ads, which is a jargon-y way of explaining ads that you have to watch before you can get access to … Continue reading ‘Value-Exchange’: It’s Only Of Value If I Really Want It

Pre-Employment Assessments Aren’t Only for Skills Testing

Sandra Hess — October 31, 2018 — October 31, 2018 With today’s record-low unemployment rates fueling a fiercely competitive job market and hiring costs on the rise, finding qualified candidates is not enough. Today’s employers want to find the “right” qualified candidate. Certainly, employers want candidates with the right skills, but they also want candidates … Continue reading Pre-Employment Assessments Aren’t Only for Skills Testing