Cutting costs and going green
Can a managed print services approach help companies beat the recession blues by going green – and saving money at the same time?
Will United's merger fly?
The recent completion of the merger between United and Continental to form what is now the world’s biggest airline presents a number of significant management challenges – not least in terms of integrating two vastly different cultures and operating environments, argues Ben Thompson.
When former marketer Patrick Doyle took control at Pizza powerhouse Domino’s earlier this year, he brought with him a new recipe for success. His secret sauce: re-engaging with customers through a complete product overhaul. Ambitious? Sure. Crazy? Maybe. Successful? The proof of the pizza, they say, is in the eating.
Enterprise Mobility – From “Outside-in“ to “Inside-out”
The enterprise is going mobile. You’re experiencing it yourself, and you’re not alone: according to a forecast published by research firm IDC in February 2010, the number of mobile workers accessing enterprise systems worldwide will top the 1 billion mark this year on the way to 1.2 billion by 2013, or more than a third of the world’s workforce. The proportion of mobile workers in the US workforce is predicted to surpass 75 percent, or 119.7 million people, in 2013.
The Nissan Leaf, an Alternative Fuel Electric Car
Will its zero emissions and wallet-friendly running costs be enough to tempt motorists to swap tried and trusted petrol power for electric power with the new Nissan Leaf?