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By Esteban Kolsky on January 27, 2011
I have been keeping tabs on the Clarabridge Customer Connections conference in Florida via Twitter. Clarabridge is a vendor in the analytics world and one of the vendors I follow. There have been some interesting tidbits that have come across my activity stream about the role and need of analytics going forward, how to better […]
By Jason Busch on January 27, 2011
It seems that commodity price escalation — and recent retrenchment, in certain markets — has gotten the better of the global sourcing volatility discussion of late than currency fluctuations. Yet currency volatility and price mo…
Will India’s desire for short-term profit trump the need to re-invest beyond the current market spike?
By Phil Fersht on January 27, 2011
You won’t see a CEO being removed after achieving a double-digit growth rate too often, but that’s just what happened, when Wipro’s co-chiefs Suresh Vaswani and Girish Paranjpe stepped down last week
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The kind of commitment to sustainability which Xerox demonstrates is very rare. It should be the norm.
By Tom Raftery on January 27, 2011
I had a phone call recently with Patty Calkins. Patty is Vice President of Environmental Health & Safety for Xerox Corp. I knew Xerox had a good environmental record but until talking to Patty, I had no idea just how good! To put this in context, let’s take a quick look at how long they […]
By Michael Krigsman on January 27, 2011
Project participants often hope for success but are too scared to take positive action.
By James Governor on January 27, 2011
At RedMonk we don’t think forking is a bad thing. On the contrary it enables innovation through fast iteration and cross fertlisation of technology and ideas. Forking allows for a biological metaphor for systems design. As Stephen explains: Bacteria – viruses too – evolve more quickly than do humans. If you’re reading this, that should […]
By Sig Rinde on January 27, 2011
Work relies on, no, consists of two things: brains and hands communication Brains and hands: The appropriate and best-possible ability must be available, that’s a good start. But what can brains and hands do unless they know what to do?…