What challenges are organisations facing in the 21st century?
Globalisation is now an accepted factor for contemporary organisations, with developing countries taking an increasingly important role in the world economy by offering products and services previously supplied by the Western world.
In response to international pressure, organisations need to develop speed of action and keep costs low but above all, create new products and services. To do this, they need to take a fresh view of their place within the business environment and review their modus operandi in the search for new solutions inhouse, or develop partnerships with other organisations to take up the challenges described below.
|Understanding the business environment||Fostering innovation||Developing and sharing knowledge|
|Organisations have been looking at ways to innovate for numerous years. In reality, different approaches have been implemented to create new products and services, revitalize operational systems or...|
|Sharing best practice||Collaborating effectively||Managing content|
|Sharing specialist knowledge can add great value to organizations; industrial groups, delocalized services, commercial agencies of a certain size…regardless of sector, professionals in different locations doing similar..||The media, corporate enterprise and central administration currently face the challenge of offering ever more editorial content to be used on intranets, the Web and mobile applications that are increasingly relevant to...|
|Accessing content||Managing personnel movements|
|New recruits may have just finished higher education or joined the business after significant professional experience; their integration into the organization will take a different form but in both cases, new employees need to intake a mass of information...|