Employee engagement can often be one of the more difficult metrics that human resource leaders are tasked with growing in their day-to-day work. While it can be one of the more crucial elements of workplace culture, HR leaders struggle to find new ways to keep employees engaged. The term gamification can often be misunderstood. Some […]
This Kimble Best Practice Guide looks at five simple steps to using measurement to fuel and sustain growth and improve performance across the business
As professional services organizations grow, processes have to be rethought. Rapid expansion can result in too many decisions being pushed upwards. This can lead to a previously dynamic and agile business slowing down, decision-making bottlenecks arising, and opportunities to take timely action being missed. (more…)
Defining and fulfilling resourcing needs early is a key enabler to scalability for any consulting organization, and, given the lack of prevalence of the strategy in the industry, it is capable of unlocking real and tangible competitive advantage. Read this white paper for clear guidance on how to implement this strategy.
Kimble Applications is a sponsor of Service Performance Insight‘s Professional Services Maturity™ Benchmark Report for the third year running. Since 2007, the SPI Research PS Maturity Model has been the de facto framework for strategic planning and management. More than 10,000 service and project-oriented organizations have already used it to improve their productivity and profit. […]
Selling expert services in a rapidly growing consulting organization requires a disciplined approach. Where this is achieved, accurate sales forecasts can be created.
Making the very best possible use of staff time is the goal of resourcing. In many consulting organizations, this process is reactive. But moving to a more proactive approach creates space to optimize the resource management process and to gain control of utilization.
As consulting organizations grow, so does the complexity of operational management. Struggling with incomplete, historic data on spreadsheets can lead to “managing in the rear-view mirror”. Clearing the decks more quickly and creating accurate forecasts of supply and demand shifts focus to the road ahead.
Kimble CEO Sean Hoban shares insight into the future evolution of the company’s award-winning software with readers of online technology magazine “Enterprise Times”, in an interview for their “business leader” series (January 2017). Sean argues that technology which fits a strict definition of Artificial Intelligence is less important at the moment than Augmented Intelligence, which is being […]