Category: Digital Operation

The 3 Things That Keep Companies Growing

Growth creates complexity, and complexity is the silent killer of growth. This paradox explains why only about one company in nine has sustained more than a minimum level of profitable growth during the past decade, and why 85 percent of executives blame internal factors for their shortfall, not external ones beyond their control. The roots of sustained performance start…

The Dividing Line: Project and Product Manager

Inevitably, if you work as a product manager, it can be assumed that you have done project management to some degree in your role. Additionally, you may have worked in a department without a designated project manager, making it necessary for you to take on more project ownership outside of your core product responsibilities. This helps perpetuate the confusion around what the core responsibilities are…

Charting the Path to Digital Maturity in the Supply Chain

Supply chain executives must ready their supply chains to fully support digital business. This research presents the supply chain path to digital maturity across demand, supply and product offerings, as well as the requisite foundational capabilities. Overview Key Findings With the creation of new business designs that blur the lines between the digital and the…

How Asana Wins With Its Product Redesign

Product redesigns heat sink to headlines: Instagram Gets the Redesign We’ve Been Waiting For. Medium’s redesigned website wants to bring us back to blogging. Facebook co-founder Moskovitz retools look of future-of-work startup Asana. Then there are your users. Whether it’s a consumer or enterprise product redesign, they’re the ones who declare success or failure — either through praise…