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EY Performance-Change for success: the IT transformation

Categories: All, Articles in English, Information Technology, Organization & People, Strategy

This article explores in detail the purpose, goals and substance of IT transformations, as well as the key factors that lead to their success. We also look at the role of chief information officers (CIOs) in facilitating transformations, and give an example of what a successful IT transformation looks like.

Publication date: 2014-11

EY Performance-Managing by Results: creating a clearer vision

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This case study examines the first year of operations of a Brazilian company that chose to work with EY in implementing a strategic management model to help it embed its strategy, monitor performance and generate the return on investment expected by shareholders.

Publication date: 2014-11

EY Performance-Enhancing new product performance

Categories: All, Processes, Strategy

Innovation portfolio management is an important driver of innovation excellence, yet it has been relatively overlooked by many companies. It can help realize shorter, leaner innovation processes, thereby strengthening competitive position. This article explains the key steps that managers can take to implement or enhance their organizations’ innovation portfolio management.

Publication date: 2014-11

EY Performance-New change, new roles, new C-suite?

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A new business landscape demands new tools, yet it also requires new executive roles, organizational models and management skills. This article explores how these new roles (such as chief digital officer, chief commercial officer, etc.) develop and examines what skills are needed for today’s new C-suite.

Publication date: 2014-11

EY Performance-The DNA of C-suite sales and marketing leaders: competition, coexistence or symbiosis?

Categories: All, Articles in English, Information Technology, Organization & People, Processes, Strategy

Thanks to the internet, customers today have more knowledge and power than ever before. They know everything about a company’s products, prices, competitors and user reviews long before they speak with anyone from sales.

Publication date: 2014-09

EY Performance-Finding the right partner

Categories: All, Strategy

The way in which companies work with partners is evolving, with a growing number of businesses eschewing traditional business-to-business (B2B) relationships for more collaborative partnerships. Yet the age-old challenge of finding the right partner remains as important as ever.

Publication date: 2014-08

EY-Performance-Co-creation: all contributions welcome

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By widening out the creative process to include input from stakeholders, such as colleagues and customers, companies can increase their chances of launching the products and services that people want.

Publication date: 2014-08

EY Performance-A sense of purpose

Categories: All, Articles in English, Organization & People, Strategy

Are we about to enter the era of the “purpose-based company,” focused on steady growth and fair returns to shareholders rather than a quick profit? Or does it all sound too good to be true?

Publication date: 2014-08

EY Performance-Placing trust in the future of co-creation

Categories: Articles in English, Consumer Products, Strategy

Consumers are an asset for innovation. Encouraging them to participate in co-creation has the potential to deliver far better solutions than businesses can achieve on their own.

Publication date: 2014-08

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