How can a company keep moving and constantly evolve despite its size? The key lies in the ability to meet the challenges and seize the opportunities of global markets quickly and efficiently, in other words, ensuring Enterprise Agility.
LOVIS EOS implementation takes 58% less time than it takes to implement an ERP. Some of the reasons why ERP projects require more time are: Wrong sizing of the project, resource requirements that were not included from the beginning, or failure in the consultation process.
Ten years after completing all projects on time and on cost, LOVIS EOS continues to down its implementation time. Improving every day the methodology and standardizing the previously unthinkable processes, LOVIS has achieved an implementation time of only eighteen weeks and in some cases, up to ten.
People who think they do business with companies are wrong, the business is done with other people. Having a strong Personal Brand will dramatically help you to improve your "personal power". “You are welcomed for how you introduce yourself. You are dismissed according to your behaviour”, Francisco de Quevedo.
Nowadays we spend a lot of time for certain activities that add little value compared with the results we want to achieve; some of them are inevitable, however, we are so immersed in the routine that we stop looking for a better way to run them.
Often, senior entrepreneurs, seek success in acquiring the latest technologies, devoting much time to the planning process or investing great amounts of money in communication and advertising, all in order to make the market aware of the goods and/or services offered and of course, to have a profitable business. However, there are times that human capital is not taken into account, when in fact it is the most important area.
Technological innovation allows us to move faster, dream bigger and have the tools to never get stuck. Andy Green made this point clear during the 'Innovation is Great' Business Summit, by sharing his experience at breaking the land speed record.
Is it possible to turn a company into an organic system? When we think of a company, we usually display in our minds equipment and people working for a common goal, however, rarely we analyse the background of these components and how they work to properly yield results. A company is a world, and within it, several elements live, each different from the other, and yet dependent on it. Is there a real synergy between them?
Every company I know is in the market to compete and win. It is quite interesting how many executives have a very wrong idea about competitiveness. Some of them think that business success is a consequence of having the best product, others, the most aggressive campaign, and some more of beating the competition through the lowest price. What I have learnt from our clients is that real, long-term success is caused by three very different factors.
If in this 2015 we want Real Results, we need to reprogram our autopilot to live the life we want.