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Business Strategy in the Fortnite Era

In thinking about the concept of Business Strategy, I cannot help but draw certain parallels between it and the popular video game Fortnite. For those who may not be as familiar, Fortnite is a “cooperative shooter survival game” made for up to four players.  Be the Last Person Standing After taking a shotgun hit from […]

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The Case for a Single Org Environment

With the prevalence of Salesforce in the marketplace, more and more companies are finding themselves operating multiple instances of Salesforce, whether through mergers and acquisitions or because different departments or business units rolled out unique instances due to the ease and speed of implementation. While circumstances may dictate the need to maintain multiple organizations due […]

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From “Heroes” To “Zeroes” With Knowledge-Centered Support

Since 1992, Knowledge-Centered Support (KCS) has gained momentum as a best-practice to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of customer service. No doubt its growth comes from the report of 60% decreases in resolution time, 50% increases in first contact resolution, and other astounding results claimed by KCS-driven organizations. Many good articles and presentations discuss these […]

The Power of Social Collaboration

[blockquote cite=”Gartner, 2013″ type=”left, center, right”]“Through 2015, 80% of social business efforts will not achieve the intended benefits due to inadequate leadership and an overemphasis on technology.”*[/blockquote] It seems that everything is social these days. At least it feels like everything needs to have a social element to be considered relevant. Everyone, from companies to […]

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DIY: Resourceful or Destructive?

“I can do it myself.” Our first words were most likely “mama” or “dada,” but this statement probably came third. The evolution of this declaration was with us when we were 4 learning how to tie our shoes, only to create an undoable knot; when we were 16 learning to drive only to explain how […]