In an environment in which long-term partnerships and joint ventures must be built on mutual trust, value creation is increasingly understood in terms of the shared value derived  from its business activities and captured by the organisation, and the...
High Performing Organisations address new challenges and opportunities by aligning the organisation’s business resources and focus on maintaining cost-efficient operations in an integrated fashion across the organisation, in pursuit of sustainable competitive advantage. On average, direct HR costs account for28%of...
 Employee engagement is the fuel of an organisation. There are many good examples of companies that have achieved great results when it comes to an engaged culture. According to Mandy Flint and Elisabet Vinberg Hearn’s in their new book Leading Teams...
Michael O'Connell, in his information management article, 'Data science underlies everything the enterprise now does,' contests that data has been king for well over a decade by now, but the way we use it is undergoing some serious change. Gone are...
    According to a recent HfS study of 189 outsourcing buyers, they express top concern over service delivery.  Suppliers and business partner measures: The quality and effectiveness of activity throughout the supply chain Cost efficiency, service, on-time delivery against objectives, efficiency,...
In times of uncertainty, High Performing Organisations (HPOs) effectively address new challenges and opportunities, regulatory change and market shifts with new organisational structures, new operating models and new technologies. The ever-changing needs of the business and its operating environment make...
The understanding of Industry 4.0 and its impact on the manufacturing industry is becoming an integral part of operational performance, and manufacturing excellence. Accortding to HfS research, Industry 4.0 means a fundamental change to the “old way” of manufacturing operations....
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