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Don’t miss this chance to learn how you can:
• Improve predictability of unplanned maintenance
• Proactively plan for supply chain events
• Optimise maintenance planning process
• Orchestrate agile operations
• Reducing overall cost of asset maintenance operations
Register now to find out how you can improve supply chain efficiency in asset maintenance operations with Oracle supply chain planning solutions.
Please join Katie Stafford who will be giving an update on Schroder ISF QEP Global Value Plus. The fund's performance, positioning and a general market outlook will be discussed during the webinar.
Schroder ISF QEP Global Value Plus is an index-unconstrained strategy aiming to to provide investors with superior returns across a broad range of market environments. The strategy's flexible approach allows the fund to be invested up to 150% long in Value stocks and up to 50% in lower Quality stocks.
Organizational agility requires a supportive culture and a shift in how work is viewed and approached. Our findings focus on the value placed on the cultural elements of high organizational agility. A highly developed culture of agility exists when value is placed on ideals and behaviors such as collaboration, diversity, communication, creativity, transparency, and inquisitive thinking. Organizations that establish the following framework are better positioned to enable agility:
•Supportive Culture: Identifying the value of openness, transparency, respect, knowledge, improvement, and adaptation
•Strategic Flexibility: Capturing opportunities and responding quickly to varying demands
•Collective Leadership: Sharing a common view of strategy
•Capable People: Applying the right talent management resources
•Adaptive Process: Assessing and establishing new means to respond to change
This event qualifies for 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU credit).
In this webcast we will provide the latest quarterly update to the Cushman & Wakefield Fair Value Index™ and reveal those markets which look most attractive for investment. We will also touch on the impact of the drop in the oil price and financial market volatility since the turn of the year.Read more >
Implementing PPM organizationally isn’t about defining the structure you need. Effective PPM is about making it work in the structure that you already have. The focus of PPM is about the envisioning, evaluating and delivery of effective value. Value gets delivered at the front-line of the organization, and that is where PPM needs to best play a role.
Too many PPM implementations assume that PPM is focused on only one part of the organization, or on one type of projects. Worse, there is often a presumption that to implement PPM requires organizational restructuring and the creation of new organizations, roles and processes.
The most effective organizations leverage PPM to enable making and delivering on their strategic priorities. Success is not about structuring the organization in order to adopt PPM, it’s PPM serving the needs of the organization. In this presentation, Mark Mullaly highlights the strategies, approaches and principles necessary to bring your strategy to life and ensure it delivers value. He defines what it takes to realize success in the organization that you have today. You’ll get practical, pragmatic insight about harnessing PPM as an approach that serves your requirements, not one that drives your processes.
This event qualifies for 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU) credit.
* Demonstrate value of medicines in a tough economic environment
* Align strategic business plans with those of the NHS
* Build sustainable working relationships with your customer to deliver commercial success
Data Center Business Value Dashboards in Action
Take metrics and measurements to the next level: key performance indicators bring transparency into your data center management.
The data center was seen as a cost factor in the past, whereas for modern organizations it is the driver of business. Put a value to its contribution by measuring the right values. Rather than concentrating on technical details of data center operations, business oriented indicators put value to your data center output and allow you to involve your senior management.
In this webcast Oliver Lindner, Business Line Manager for Data Centers, gives you practical examples and shows how to design KPIs that fit your business needs.
What is the value of business continuity? That is a question those working in the profession often grapple with, certainly when attempting to justify its existence to top management. In the latest edition of the Business Continuity Institute's Working Paper Series, Dr Clifford Ferguson explores the issue of strategic value and offers a way forward by integrating business continuity into an organization’s strategic plan.Read more >
To examine the real-world cost of cloud over time, 451 Research’s Cloud Price Index has been tracking the price of cloud since 2014. Like a consumer price index, our CPI is made up of a basket of goods, but in our case, it is a specification of the services required to operate a typical Web server application. The index shows a complicated and ever changing market where value, performance and even just price are difficult to measure. Being aware of the differences between options is the first step to gaining best value, using tools to compare them can ensure ongoing suitability.Read more >
It’s tough these days to make the Board excited about IT. Providing a real time editorial that strongly illustrates how IT is impacting the situation was difficult until now. Join us to learn how Kaiser Permanente is now exploring ways to do this with the all new HP Business Value Dashboard. Discover what this tool is and how it stitches IT, business and virtually any information together so that you miss nothing. Learn from Kaiser Permanente why it can be such a strategic way to align business and IT.Read more >
Today it is generally recognized that projects must deliver value. But what is value, how do we ensure that it is delivered, and how do we group the set of investments into our portfolio to deliver the most value?
Industry established standards and practices should form the basis for the approach to implementing portfolio management. These will guide us in the steps to prioritize and select the highest value investments.
This presentation very simply walks through the steps to create and maintain portfolios within these best practice standards and practices.
On January 26, 2015, Sylvia Burwell, US Secretary of Health and Human Services, announced the agency's goal of tying 85% of fee for service payments to quality or value by 2016 and 90% by 2018. Is your organization ready?
In this webinar, we will discuss:
•A data-centric model to integrate data regardless of source, volume, and variation
•How to effectively measure your clinical care delivery process and outcomes
•Learn about real examples of different types of organizations winning the race to value-based care
Join Liaison and Clinigence to learn how three very different organizations are crossing the clinical quality chasm and winning the race to value-based care.
The biggest challenge in this new paradigm of the cloud and an interconnected world, is merging data security with data value and productivity. What’s required is a seamless, boundless security framework to maximize data utility while minimizing risk. In this webinar, you’ll learn about value-preserving data-centric security methods, how to keep track of your data and monitor data access outside the enterprise, and best practices for protecting data and privacy in the perimeter-less enterprise.Read more >
Our recent joint Sitecore/Econsultancy research shows that over three quarters of brands place customer lifetime value (CLV) as a vital measure for their organisation, and nearly 9 in 10 brands believe delivering a great customer experience is essential to drive CLV.
Digital has changed the marketing landscape, making it possible for brands to own the experience for their customers to deliver a contextual, relevant, real-time customer journey across all channels. How can brands move towards owning the entire customer experience to build CLV, and what barriers are currently hindering progress?
In this webinar, Linus Gregoriadis, research director for Econsultancy and author of ‘Customer Lifetime Value Building Loyalty and Driving Revenue in the Digital Age’, discusses the key findings from the research report, including:
Why CLV is growing in importance as a metric
Which tools work to build CLV and what will help build CLV in the future
Examining loyalty and brand switching across eleven vertical sectors
What value does your IT Service Management solution provide to your business? To your users? How do you measure service quality and efficiency? In a world where IT performance data is spread across many systems, using spreadsheets or other manual tools is error-prone and inefficient. On the other hand the data to answer these questions is there – it’s in your service desk and other solutions. What if you could access this operational performance data coming from different systems and tools through a single lens and get meaningful answers from it?
Join this session to learn more about IT performance KPIs and how we can help you demonstrate value to your business and IT users.