While focusing on efficiency is not a bad thing in and of itself, I would argue that a greater emphasis on understanding outcomes and effectiveness is where the transformational opportunity exists.
Posts Tagged: Efficiency
Can you share your vision for marketing, strategy, communications, risk or any other plan with employees and stakeholders in a succinct way?
Every employee is a link in a chain of business activities which produce or provide a product or service. Employers who educate their workforce in process and systems find greater effectiveness and efficiency.
It is a mindful bureaucracy that responds to and addresses real needs and eagerly welcomes challenges and tests over time.
Two tips for staying on top of email.
Are you ready to do your coworkers, friends, and yourself a favor by replying to emails on Email Debt Forgiveness Day?
Mindfulness is a technique used to move our thoughts away from our day-to-day worries and preoccupations and toward an appreciation of the present moment and a larger perspective on life. How you feel at work, and in life in general, will greatly improve.
You know how you expect all your technology to work smoothly? Think about how annoyed you get when your apps won’t update or your email won’t sync fast enough. “We expect applications to be available all the time and the experience to be perfect,” said Craig Chapman, Sales Manager and Customer Champion of ServiceNow. TheseRead… Read more »
This post is an excerpt from our recent report, “Platform & Infrastructure as a Service: Creating New Efficiencies.” To download the full report, click here. The report is part of a three-part series, where GovLoop will highlight the power of the Oracle cloud and explore how Oracle is helping government agencies transform the way they deliver services. WithRead… Read more »
Open data not only promises needed innovation and government reform, but also unique business opportunities benefiting government and private sector entities alike. Government is not the only driver of data transformation. Grassroots innovators working in specific information areas like geospatial, initiated most open data transformations. These efforts were aided by President Obama’s 2013 Open DataRead… Read more »