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Making sense of data, exploiting and using it to seize opportunities and inform decisions, is surely one of the aspirations on the wishlist of many, if not most, businesses. Ira Haimowitz offers some helpful advice in his blog on where and who to turn to for technical solutions to realise this need. Ira is author of Healthcare Relationship Marketing, published last year by Gower.
The trouble with new ideas – such as Cloud Computing – is that they burst on the scene and in a very short space of time we assume everyone knows what they are for and why. I suspect that there are plenty of managers out there who’d really welcome a pithy introduction to the subject and for that I direct you to the Series of three blog posts on Glen Remoreras’ site, this first one of which is entitled Leveraging the Cloud. Glenn Remoreras is author of the forthcoming Gower book Building a Brand for IT.
Don’t imagine that because the networks we use to communicate nowadays are often informal, personal and ad hoc, that you can’t plan and develop them for the benefit of your employees and your organization. Bill Quirke’s article ‘Building an Internal Communication Network‘ covers the how to, the pitfalls and includes some great examples. Bill Quirke is Managing Director of Synopsis Communication Consulting and author of Making the Connections: Using Internal Communcation to Turn Strategy into Action.