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Published By: LogMeIn     Published Date: Mar 19, 2015
Remote support technology, including remote control, desktop sharing, and web collaboration, is one of the most popular platforms used across TSIA service disciplines. Today’s remote support solutions offer much more than just remote control for PCs, their functional footprint is expanding to include support for more devices and richer analytics for trend analysis and supervisor dashboards. Remote support solutions are typically well regarded by users, consistently delivering one of the highest average satisfaction scores in TSIA’s annual Global Technology Survey. Service executives should acquaint themselves with the new features and capabilities being introduced by leading remote support platforms and find ways to leverage the capabilities beyond technical support. Field services, education services, professional services, and managed services are all increasing adoption of these tools to boost productivity and avoid on-site visits. Download this white paper to learn more.
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remote support, remote technology, customer support, productivity, remote technology
    
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Published By: Harvard Business School     Published Date: Jan 30, 2015
Market leaders build innovative strategies that drive industry change. Harvard Business School’s one-week strategy program for senior executives can help you master strategy development and execution—and set the stage for sustainable competitive advantage.
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strategy, competitive advantage, sustainable competitive advantage, global competition, technological innovation, formulate action plans, harvard business school, executive education, best practices, business intelligence
    
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Published By: Harvard Business School     Published Date: Feb 04, 2015
It’s easy to generate a burst of revenue. But will your strategies deliver consistently high profits over the long term? Discover the risks of strategic inertia and learn how to develop strategies that keep your firm on top—today and tomorrow.
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strategy, competitive advantage, sustainable competitive advantage, global competition, technological innovation, formulate action plans, harvard business school, executive education, best practices, business intelligence
    
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Published By: Harvard Business School     Published Date: Mar 05, 2015
Why are more and more smart companies going VC to find their next breakthroughs? A corporate venture-capital fund for investing in outside startups can help a company see, understand, and respond rapidly to changes in the business landscape. In this Harvard Business Review article, HBS Professor Josh Lerner, faculty chair of the HBS Executive Education program Private Equity and Venture Capital, shares six ways to create a venture fund that’s as savvy and nimble as the best private VCs.
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private equity, venture capital, investment expertise, vcs, corporate venturing, competitive threats, breakthroughs, corporate r&d, venture fund, corporate venture capital fund, startups, competitive compensation, knowledge transfer, fund goals, parent company, marketing, capital, business issues and trends, global hr management, human resources management
    
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Published By: Harvard Business School Executive Education     Published Date: Mar 09, 2015
For decades, large companies have been wary of corporate venturing. So why are more and more smart companies going VC to find their next breakthroughs? With corporate R&D units under pressure to focus on a narrow range of projects, companies often lack a good way to sniff out competitive threats beyond their main areas of expertise. A corporate venture capital fund for investing in outside startups can help a company see, understand, and respond rapidly to changes in the business landscape. But the parent company’s processes tend to bog down these funds.
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private equity, venture capital, investment expertise, growth equity, buyouts, negotiation, organizational structure, portfolio management, asset management, financial strategy, investment opportunities, competitive advantage, benefits, business issues and trends, global hr management, human resources management, legal issues, management fundamentals, technology, training and development
    
Harvard Business School Executive Education
Published By: Harvard Business School Executive Education     Published Date: Mar 09, 2015
Capital abundance, low interest rates, and high volatility are creating new challenges and opportunities in equity markets. To succeed in this crowded and complex global landscape, you must take your investment expertise to a new level. The Private Equity and Venture Capital program at Harvard Business School explores cutting-edge industry models and related issues—from venture capital, growth equity, and buyouts to industry infrastructure, portfolio strategies, and decision-making processes.
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private equity, venture capital, investment expertise, growth equity, buyouts, negotiation, organizational structure, portfolio management, asset management, financial strategy, investment opportunities, competitive advantage, business issues and trends, global hr management, human resources management, legal issues, management fundamentals, technology, training and development
    
Harvard Business School Executive Education
Published By: ESADE     Published Date: Jan 20, 2019
Read the latest articles on the most relevant management research topics such as Artificial intelligence collaborations for society.
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esade, executive education, business training, best practices, business management, collaboration
    
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Published By: Kellogg School of Management     Published Date: Jan 08, 2018
Kellogg Executive Education offers custom and open-enrollment courses to improve leadership, strategic and tactical skills and develop cross-functional understanding of their organizations.
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kellogg school of business, mba, master of business administration, business degree, continuing education, business leaders, business management, workforce management, employee performance, finance
    
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Published By: Harvard Business School     Published Date: Feb 12, 2015
Great business leaders are not born that way—they learn how to lead. To gain the insight and skills you need to lead yourself and your team, realize your potential, and make a real difference to your company, explore Harvard Business School’s one-week leadership program for fast-track managers.
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high potentials leadership, high potential leaders, high-impact or fast-track individuals, top performers, harvard business school, executive education program, collective genius, linda hill, effective leaders
    
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Published By: Harvard Business School     Published Date: Feb 19, 2015
To thrive, companies need to innovate. And to innovate, companies need collaboration. Discover how bringing together diverse expertise, experience, and points of view can help you maximize contributions from every member of your team—and drive new levels of success.
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high potentials leadership, high potential leaders, high-impact or fast-track individuals, top performers, harvard business school, executive education program, collective genius, linda hill, effective leaders
    
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 13, 2013
Being responsible for one-third of a business’ success already puts HR in a critical role. But it’s not just about finding the best people—it’s about finding the best people, at the lowest cost, with the lowest possible attrition and the best possible performance. And it’s about guiding your executive team to the right decisions using the language they understand best: numbers. Talent management—covering everything from recruiting and compensation to ongoing education and retention—has traditionally been managed in silos, with a series of disparate systems and disconnected processes and reports. In today’s data-driven world, CEOs demand more. This new study conducted by HR.com explores what’s working for organizations today and the biggest gaps to fill.
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zenithoptimedia, oracle, successful hr leadership, talent management, core business strategy, human resources, transactional to strategic, financial decisions, smart recruiting, talent scarcity and recruitment, technology advances, competitive compensation, quality of hire, hire smartly, business management, employee performance, productivity
    
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 01, 2013
Being responsible for one-third of a business’ success already puts HR in a critical role. But it’s not just about finding the best people—it’s about finding the best people, at the lowest cost, with the lowest possible attrition and the best possible performance. And it’s about guiding your executive team to the right decisions using the language they understand best: numbers. Talent management—covering everything from recruiting and compensation to ongoing education and retention—has traditionally been managed in silos, with a series of disparate systems and disconnected processes and reports. In today’s data-driven world, CEOs demand more. This new study conducted by HR.com explores what’s working for organizations today and the biggest gaps to fill.
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zenithoptimedia, oracle, successful hr leadership, talent management, core business strategy, human resources, transactional to strategic, financial decisions, smart recruiting, talent scarcity and recruitment, technology advances, competitive compensation, quality of hire, hire smartly, business management, employee performance, productivity
    
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Published By: Harvard Business School     Published Date: Jan 30, 2015
It’s easy to generate a burst of revenue. But will your strategies deliver consistently high profits over the long term? Discover the risks of strategic inertia and learn how to develop strategies that keep your firm on top—today and tomorrow.
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strategy, competitive advantage, sustainable competitive advantage, global competition, technological innovation, formulate action plans, harvard business school, executive education, best practices, business intelligence, productivity
    
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Published By: Harvard Business School     Published Date: Feb 12, 2015
To thrive, companies need to innovate. And to innovate, companies need collaboration. Discover how bringing together diverse expertise, experience, and points of view can help you maximize contributions from every member of your team—and drive new levels of success.
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high potentials leadership, high potential leaders, high-impact or fast-track individuals, top performers, harvard business school, executive education program, collective genius, linda hill, effective leaders
    
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