It’s always a challenge to manage your small business, but especially in times of crisis. Such a situation requires special skills, such as crisis management skills, pragmatism, and critical thinking. How can we create a new generation of business leaders who are capable of responding to all these demands?
When considering the security of an enterprise, a key area ripe for automation should be user lifecycle management. The topic is important not only to the security of an organization but also to the overall function of an enterprise. By achieving effectiveness through automation in your user lifecycle management process you will not only increase […]
Knowledge, careful planning, organized systems, and dedication can give any organization the basics it needs to be strong. Getting organized is one of the best elements to implement within any structured boundary. Positive elements may then able to surface from the conscious effort of eliminating negatives like getting rid of unhealthy stress & tensions that […]
Initial dust settles aftershock of COVID19 started actions. Most of us are already home, safe with families, and working. For some, it was a big change. For some, it was an adjustment. One thought is with me all the time now: This will change the way we work and live and it will stick. Often, […]
The open enrollment (OE) period is a busy time of year for payer organizations. A successful open enrollment program takes more time and persistence. The best way to optimize your program is to use a long-term approach with year-round member connection and engagement. There are steps you can take today to enhance the member experience. […]
To work around these limitations, IT organizations must often license add-on tools and dedicate staff to supervise processes and perform tasks manually. That’s costly and doesn’t scale. Over time, these legacy automation tools and workarounds limit the performance of the business itself. It doesn’t have to be that way. With Redwood’s RunMyJobs® workload automation, organizations […]