Social Enterprise

Tom Spencer

Business Strategy consulting financial goal posts Management Consulting not for profit social enterprise social good It’s about much more than generating social good. It’s about changing the financial goal posts.

Unlocking growth in small and medium-size enterprises

McKinsey

With the right support, small and medium-size enterprises could significantly boost economic growth. Governments can help capture this opportunity. Public Sector Insights

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Flourishing in a Social Enterprise World

Tom Spencer

Rise of Social Enterprise. The growing trend towards social enterprise could be a game changer. A social enterprise, in essence, is an organisation which is not run primarily for profit and is required to reinvest any profits to further its social aims. THE YEAR is 2050.

Enterprise agility: Buzz or business impact?

McKinsey

Many organizations are racing to become agile. New research suggests that agile transformation can have a powerful impact on the bottom line—in addition to other widely recognized benefits. Insights on Organization

Assessing the Five Styles of Enterprise Business Intelligence

The world of BI and analytics has evolved. Discover the five styles of reporting and analysis, and learn the pros and cons of each in an enterprise scenario.

How the COVID-19 crisis is affecting UK small and medium-size enterprises

McKinsey

Small and medium-size enterprises are the lifeblood of the UK economy. They are increasingly worried about the country’s weak economic outlook. Public Sector Insights

Setting up small and medium-size enterprises for restart and recovery

McKinsey

Small and medium-size enterprises are a critical engine for the global economy. In the wake of the pandemic, governments can take four actions to maximize the impact of existing support measures. Public Sector Insights

Sustainable Social Enterprise - Tom Spencer consulting blog

Tom Spencer

Sustainable Social Enterprise. Lack of a sustainable ‘business engine’ is a Social Enterprise’s Kryptonite. IT’S a charity … It’s a for-profit … No, it’s a social enterprise! All social enterprises have a business model.

Cybersecurity: Linchpin of the digital enterprise

McKinsey

As companies digitize businesses and automate operations, cyberrisks proliferate; here is how the cybersecurity organization can support a secure digital agenda. Risk Insights

Industry’s fast-mover advantage: Enterprise value from digital factories

McKinsey

Manufacturing’s leaders in applying Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) digital technologies are building on their head start—generating even more value across the entire enterprise. Insights on Operations

Creating the bank enterprise risk management function of the future

McKinsey

To enhance enterprise risk management (ERM), banks need to transform the function. Here’s what can help. Risk Insights

Agile in enterprise resource planning: A myth no more

McKinsey

ERP transformations are never easy. Agile can help improve your results. Digital Insights

Taking the pulse of enterprise IoT

McKinsey

A new survey suggests that the enterprise Internet of Things is poised for strong growth. Here are the trends companies need to understand. Our Insights

Ten trends redefining enterprise IT infrastructure

McKinsey

The IT infrastructure landscape is evolving rapidly. What will it look like in 2020? Our Insights

Enterprise Architecture Planning 2.0

Strategy+Business

Businesses are finally ready to help close the gap between digital strategy and execution. Capabilities architecture planning is a vehicle for doing so. It takes digital technology out of the IT function and aligns it to a company's strategy

Five enterprise-architecture practices that add value to digital transformations

McKinsey

Enterprise-architecture teams can play an integral role in transforming companies with technologies. New survey findings and firsthand experience highlight the practices that matter most. Digital Insights

The Enterprise Zone

Strategy+Business

The case for real case studies. THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS LICENSED IMAGES

The Role of the Enterprise PMO Director

Gina Abudi

In ensuring success of the Enterprise PMO A highly functioning enterprise project management office (PMO) should be responsible for all initiatives within the organization – across all departments and divisions. In order for an enterprise PMO to be successful, however, the head of the enterprise PMO must be empowered to make strategic decisions regarding project [.]. The post The Role of the Enterprise PMO Director appeared first on Gina Abudi.

Enterprise-wide security is both a technology and business issue

McKinsey

CISOs have important skills that can position them for the CIO role. Digital Insights

Building a Resilient Global Enterprise Inspired by Biology

BCG

Many global enterprises today have succeeded by following a simple recipe: procure, manufacture, and assemble in the lowest-cost locations, link these using reliable, standardized logistics and information technology, market the resulting products globally, and book profit in low-tax havens.

Reimagine Your Enterprise

Strategy+Business

When a company puts human-centered design at the heart of its digital agenda, it can find new sources of value through technology. Here are five principles to embrace to achieve this new way of doing business

Assessing the Effectiveness of the Enterprise PMO

Gina Abudi

Once an enterprise PMO has been launched within the organization, its effectiveness should be measured on a regular basis. To begin an ongoing assessment of the enterprise PMO, baseline information should be captured on how projects were conducted prior to [.]. The post Assessing the Effectiveness of the Enterprise PMO appeared first on Gina Abudi. In the past I have mainly seen assessments conducted on an annual or bi-annual basis.

Evaluating an Enterprise-Grade Direct Sourcing Solution

MBO Partners

Five benefits your organization can gain from implementing an enterprise-grade direct sourcing solution

Isn't Every Company a Social Enterprise?

Strategy+Business

Social responsibility is no longer optional for leaders -- it must be an integral part of their business

Sequencing a Complex Enterprise Design Initiative

Kates Kesler

Global companies are typically composed of three dimensions: Geographic market units (regions, countries, or country clusters). Global business units (products, … Blog

Leaders and laggards in enterprise cloud infrastructure adoption

McKinsey

Investments in organizational capabilities rather than specific technology choices separate the leaders from the laggards. Our insights

Research Shows Digital Transformation Maturity Across the Enterprise

1 to 1

Indeed, digital transformation initiatives are maturing into enterprise-wide movements. A recent report, “The State of Digital Transformation,” echoes what business leaders of every stripe are realizing: digital is pervasive.

Why Healthcare Companies Need to Focus on Enterprise Resilience

Strategy+Business

Pursuing effective growth strategies will help firms navigate the uncertainty in the U.S. market

What enterprise-technology companies must know to drive digital-sales growth

McKinsey

B2B companies often achieve subpar results from digital-sales initiatives—and tech companies are not immune to this problem. How can they reverse the trend? Our Insights

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How to go agile enterprise-wide: An interview with Scott Richardson

McKinsey

Successfully scaling agile starts with a strategy that’s consistent from the front lines to the C-suite. Our Insights

The Criminal Finances Act 2017: What UK Enterprises Engaging Independent Professionals Need to Know Now

MBO Partners

What UK enterprises need to know about the Criminal Finances Act 2017

Box’s CEO on Pivoting to the Enterprise Market

Harvard Business

Aaron Levie, the CEO of Box, reflects on the cloud storage company’s entry into the enterprise market. He was skeptical about pivoting away from consumers, and it was challenging. But by staying disciplined with the product and deeply understanding market trends, they’ve made the strategic shift from B2C to B2B work. Download this podcast. Technology Disruptive innovation Business models Audio

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Legacy Barriers to Independent Workforce Strategy and the Agile Enterprise

MBO Partners

Four ways organizations can overcome barriers to successfully engage independent professionals and become more agile in today's competitive business environment

How Enterprising is Your Organization? - Henman Performance

Henman Performance Executive

How Enterprising is Your Organization? Enterprising and resourceful—those are words that describe a successful change initiative. Enterprising” implies an innovative, inventive, creative approach to the status quo, and “resourceful” indicates an imaginative but practical orientation. Both words are apt for the changes Enterprise Rent-A-Car has implemented in the last few years. Avis lacked both an enterprising spirit and a resourceful nature. About Linda.

How Nonprofit Leaders Can Keep Their Organizations Afloat

Harvard Business

Social enterprise Leadership Crisis management Digital ArticleFive steps they can take today.