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The Future of Work: Co-Working and Bundled Services—Why WeWork’s Strategy Works

In Business and Leadershipby Shelly KramerLeave a Comment

  Bundling services adds value—there’s no doubt about that. In fact, you’ve probably been enjoying a bundled service withoutgiving the convenience a second thought, especially as a seamless consumer experience is now an expectation and not a perk. For example, do you use enterprise resource management (ERP) software from Oracle, SAP, or a similar provider? Do you leverage any of …

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From Learn to Earn: How HP is Reinventing the Partner User Experience

In Business and Leadershipby Vincent BrissotLeave a Comment

Last summer, I wrote about the difference between invisible and visible innovation—that is, how visible innovation is iteration-driven and built around features, and invisible innovation is inspired by redefining processes and experiences. Both approaches have value, of course, especially given today’s fast-paced marketplace. But what happens when they collide? I’m in a unique position to answer that question because at HP, …

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Six Ways Leaders Can Build a Culture of Innovation

In Business and Leadershipby Shelly KramerLeave a Comment

What makes an enterprise organization successful? Is it a phenomenal understanding of the market? A visionary growth strategy? A value-driven customer focus? A strategy that enables digital transformation, both from a tech standpoint and a culture standpoint? Yes, yes, and yes. So many yesses. But there’s something else, something that would fall into the “all of the above” category: Winning …