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Customers Are Talking: The Eureka Button

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Beyond the Crisis - the Importance of Wealth Creation and Enterprise Software

by: Sigurd Rinde

2009 looks bleak, people are nervous, businesses have found the handbrake and sounds of changing gears without using the clutch can be heard.
But a crisis has a side effect; it spurs changes and new ideas that moves society forward. Even stronger, it cries out for changes and new ideas, just cost-cutting your way forward does not cut it.

As I said to my EI friend Dennis the other day - you have two choices:

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The Development of Writing and the Progress of Enterprise Software

by: Sigurd Rinde

The simplest concepts often take the longest to develop.

Writing, with hindsight, seems to be a stupendous simple concept, still it came into being very, very late in the history of mankind going through three distinct phases (so far): From very complicated and inflexible towards relatively simple and thoroughly flexible.

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YKSIW

by: Sigurd Rinde

You Know Something Is Wrong...

With management theory when the Roman army established that ten subordinates per boss was the right number (decurions, centurions..), and now 2,000 years later, 100 years of management schools and 40,000 management handbooks in print we believe the right number is eight.

With management practice when those 40,000 management handbooks does not help much.

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Management... duh!

by: Sigurd Rinde

Business process management, document management, customer relationship management, supply chain management, management, management, management...

Managing is what you do to horses. Wielding a whip in the middle of the manège putting the horse through it's paces.

 

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A Secret Plot to Make Big Business Followers Instead of Leaders

by: Sigurd Rinde

Every now and then I stop to actually read what corporate websites says. Today I did a couple of Enterprise Software sites to see what the leaders in this area are doing to their clients.

Note: Enterprise software is after all the backbone of most large corporations so I suspect the attitude of those backbone-suppliers will tell me a lot about the path big business is taking towards the future.

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SaaS: The staying power of this new breed of Web-based software

by: Christian Smagg

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) is representing a fundamental shift in how software is acquired, implemented, used and paid for. Already considered as an established alternative model in the US, SaaS is starting slowly to be recognized as an interesting model in Europe.

 

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