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ORG CHARTS: PLUG AND PLAY, PLAY, PLAY

Posted by Eric Apps

Aug 4, 2016 8:00:00 AM

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In recent blogs we have discussed the human element of changing organizational relationships: the opportunities afforded by peer based solutions to harness excess capacity, and their implications for more where, how and how often individuals "work". Today's blog explores one of the key technology dimensions underpinning these trends: APIs for cloud based applications and services.

What are APIs?  Time saving tools organizations can use to achieve transformative change in their organizations is one good answer.  If "cyber knowledge" has replaced "tribal knowledge" as the source of truth, the Internet tells us that widely known organizations such as Salesforce, Expedia, eBay and many others generate substantial revenues, and have spawned entirely new ecosystems, by making their applications, through their APIs, more accessible to innovation and value creation.

In their recent article on The Strategic Value of APIs authors Bala Iyer and Mohan Subramaniam discuss the importance of application programming interfaces (or "APIs") -- not simply for technology companies but for all organizations, as a strategic tool to drive the external exchange of information, to create new value added product and service offerings to complement their current core businesses, and to enable entirely new ecosystems for innovation and value creation.  

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ORG CHARTS: CUSTOMIZE, CONFIGURE, PUBLISH, SHARE

Posted by Eric Apps

Jul 19, 2016 7:07:25 AM

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I still remember my first introduction to Salesforce.com, a couple of companies ago.  

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Org charts, decentralization and the law of accelerating returns

Posted by Eric Apps

May 16, 2016 11:55:28 AM

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Most people are proud of their roots.   Where we have come from has a big influence on where we are going, and where we hope to end up.  When we think about that future, most people would love to be able to predict just where we will end up, and how we will fit in when we get there.

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Topics: org charts, Virtual Teams, Virtual Organizations

Love Your Product: No More Painful Org Charts

Posted by Eric Apps

May 4, 2016 8:30:00 AM

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Org Charts, Adaptation and Survival: The Corporate Hunger Games

Posted by Eric Apps

Mar 14, 2016 8:30:00 AM

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Org Charts, Virtual Teams and Talent Platforms: Alien vs Predator

Posted by Eric Apps

Feb 10, 2016 4:00:20 PM

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We had an interesting experience last week.  We attended an exploratory conference call between CHREATE, a voluntary association formed by a group of HR professionals and focused on the future of HR in the workplace, and the Talent Platform Association, a recently created federation of talent platform technology providers focused on the "free agent" economy of freelancers, virtual teams, and virtual organizations.  

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Topics: org charts, Virtual Teams, Virtual Organizations

Looking for Startup Equity Upside? Get a piece of OrgaNimi

Posted by Eric Apps

Feb 4, 2016 9:30:00 AM

 

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Have you  been reading about all of the angel and VC money being invested into early stage technology companies and wished that you could get into these kind of opportunities earlier, without a big investment?

At Organimi, we think this makes sense, and so we are offering people like you a chance to do just that - using the new crowd funding options that have come into force for companies this year.

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Org Charts & Organizing The Future

Posted by Eric Apps

Jan 26, 2016 10:30:00 AM

 

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In Organizing for the Future, McKinsey organizational design consultants Aaron de Smet, Susan Lund and William Schaninger highlight the accelerating digitalization of the workplace, driven by the economics of automation.  They discuss the need to "rethink organizational structures, influence, and control" in this context.

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Get Your Org Charts For Sales into salesforce.com....super FAST

Posted by Eric Apps

Jan 19, 2016 8:00:00 AM

 

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In a few past blogs we've talked about sales - the teams, the tools, the challenges.  About how having a more structured sales process can give sales and account management teams a better shot at closing more business, faster, through better alignment with the organizations of your customers.  
 
As the saying goes, "always be closing".
 

If you are selling to business, however, a necessary prerequisite to closing involves the process of understanding and mapping out the organization, the people that you are dealing with, and the roles they perform. 

Organimi, our cloud based org charts platform, is ideal for creating org charts for sales.  In today's blog, we show in a few simple steps, using the popular Salesforce CRM platform, how you can integrate the Organimi org charts your sales reps create, into the Accounts tab in Salesforce....in less then 10 minutes! No hey problema!
 
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org charts and Organizing refugee resettlement

Posted by Eric Apps

Jan 14, 2016 2:34:19 PM

 

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As the old saying goes, "it takes a village to raise a child".

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Topics: not for profit org charts

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