Chicago - June 08, 2018 - The winners of the North American Employee Engagement Awards, in association with Maritz Motivation Solutions, are announced today. Presented at the ‘sold-out’ North American Employee Engagement Conference in Chicago yesterday, the Employee Engagement Awards honour those organizations that put workforce engagement at the heart of their business strategy. This year’s winners demonstrate that Employee Engagement is now central to organizations in almost every field of endeavour.
Ongoing digital transformation has helped leading German publisher Axel Springer become one of Europe’s largest media companies, with almost three-quarters of revenue coming from digital channels.
“Only 10 years ago, just 1% of Axel Springer’s revenue and profits could be attributed to digital,” said Dr. Andreas Wiele, member of the board and president of classified media at Axel Springer. “Today, more than 65% of our revenue and more than 80% of our profits are digital.”
[London, 20 April 2018] The winners in the European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2018 (www.iteawards.com) - the leading pan-European awards for resellers, ISVs, Solution Providers and Systems Integrators and their vendor and distributor partners – have been revealed at a gala dinner in London on 19 April.
If you are a business owner or a CEO of a business, you may get carried away with your day-to-day tasks and fail to see the big picture. If most of your daily work is focused on patching things up, this means that you are coping, rather than existing as a sustainable business. Coping for too long could get you in a place where you never wanted to be. Constantly monitor for the signs of insolvency and reconsider your strategy in order to save your business.
Thoughtonomy, the Intelligent Automation Company, has been recognized as a Leader in Everest Group’s Robotic Process Automation (RPA) – Technology Vendor landscape with Products PEAK Matrix™ Assessment 2018. On the same day, Thoughtonomy also received FStech’s “Cloud Computing Innovation of the Year” Award.
So, you are a successful business person, you really like your job, and everything is going just peachy. However, it is perfectly natural for times to come when too many projects fall into your lap, things at the office go awry, or you have to deal with a personal issue that is hindering your work performance. This is when you’ll probably ask yourself a lot of questions, but the main one that you should be asking yourself is “Ok, what do I do now?”
It's no secret that I am a science fiction fan. When dating my wife, one of our first kisses was from me becoming overjoyed after I found out she stayed up too late the previous night watching a "dumb movie" on the SciFi channel. In my book, a girl willing to lose some sleep watching science fiction on TV was a girl worth dating.
I'm late, so you think. I promised you a weekly post this year and I've already neglected to provide you last week's story. Last weekend was a busy traveling hockey weekend for my son and me, but nevertheless you think that's no excuse for having failed you. The old me would have agreed with you. The new me says, that's bull.
Here is a fun fact. I've never lived more than 363 miles from home. To be exact, outside of my college years, I've always lived exactly 363 miles from my childhood home in Kansas City, Kansas.
My first job after graduating college landed me a job at a Weather Service Meteorological Observatory in southwest Kansas. My apartment was 363 miles away from my parents' driveway. A couple years later, my next job took me to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. To my surprise, on the first visit from Sioux Falls to Kansas City I found that I added exactly 363 miles my truck's odometer.