3 omnichannel strategies that transform the retail market and help brick & mortal retailers approach customers effectively.
Over the last three weeks, we have discussed about Millennials’ role in today’s business scene, the challenges facing them when working in team and some suggestions on overcoming generation gap. But eventually, you can’t solve the problem if you don’t touch the root cause. Millennials are usually described as intelligent, tech-savvy and creative. However, it seems like they want to show that either they are competent or possess leadership potential in team discussion. That explains why many young people tend to dominate the discussion, resulting in much more unnecessary tension.
ERP systems continue to evolve in order to adapt to the rapidly changing business environments. The rapid pace of change will only accelerate the adoption of newer, more advanced ERP systems.
In the last post, we pinpointed two factors that turn Millennials in to troublesome team players. We know that teamwork and collaboration activities are becoming an integral part in any organisation. And the talented, dynamic young people are playing more important role in the organisations than ever as well. But it will be a problem if these two essential elements are not on par with each other, especially due to such an external factor that three generations are working under the same roof. This time, we recommend six concrete advices for you to eradicate the differences between generations in your team.
In today’s business world, making sound strategic decisions is increasingly difficult, not least because of the current VUCA - volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. Traditional decision-making frameworks can no longer provide the levels of effectiveness and responsiveness organisations need. What can business leaders do to make quicker, better strategic decisions?
Much has been written about what omnichannelis and how it benefits consumers. But what does it actually mean for a retailer to embrace omnichannel in terms of the value proposition today? How can a retailer deliver an omnichannel experience to its consumers? Let’s take a closer look at proven omnichannel strategies.
In the last blogs, we proved that most traditional job interviews are unreliable, and explained why companies like Google are moving away from using this popular selection tool. This is not to say companies should abandon job interviews altogether. It is the way interviews are conducted that must be changed.
Topics: Talent Management
Previously, we asked you “How to recruit the most effective team consisting of young, energetic people?” Hope that you have your own answer to this question. In fact, we have been asked so multiple times and as we observe, Assessment Centre is the answer for many organisations, especially those running Management Trainee Recruitment. But what are you truly looking for in this activity? By teaming up the candidates and having them solve a business case together? If you are looking for potential team leaders, then…who will be their followers? This particular problem especially happens a lot to Millennial generation: they want to claim the leader title, so a team with members of this type would go nowhere.