Twas the night before Christmas in the North Pole, and Santa was preparing for his Christmas deliveries. Whilst sat by his tree drinking a cup of hot cocoa, Santa was musing through his naughty and nice list, ensuring he had prepared accurately. But there was a problem, though Santa had been used to his stone-age software, this year somehow felt different. Unlike the Santa we know, the frustration was bubbling up inside him, inaccurate data, glitchy processes, and unintelligible information had gotten the best of him!
Homes around the world are exploding with technology. From mobile devices and connected wearable technology to home automation technology for wireless control of lighting, heating, and even coffee machines, technology is taking over our home environment. Not only is this technology becoming commonplace, but it is making lives easier for so many people. There has been one hugely obvious omission though from the technology automation movement.
There are so many resources around good company leadership, but how do we know which resources are innovative, providing us with a structure to really impact our company? The real question I have begun to ask myself when reading leadership content is “Does this content have an impact on the company as a direct result of the change of the individual?” To me, true leadership material should not only impact the leader, but impact the relationships he/she has, the business they work for and the lives they encounter.
This seems like such an obvious question. 3ENs focus is not just selling NetSuite, but making sure the software is the right fit to your company, to ensure we deliver not just software, but an end to end solution that runs the way you need it to. Maybe the question of “why is getting it right so important” gives you less to think about than “what would happen if you got it wrong?”.
How often do you go about your day without really thinking? It’s not uncommon, it’s a routine. You get into your day-to-day routine, and as such, the more frequently that routine doesn’t change, the more often you don’t really need to ‘think’ about it.