Jack Welch, General Electric
“If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, then the end is near.”
Combined with accurate time and budget data across the organization, our customers were able to dramatically increase operational efficiency.
Our customers finally had the big picture of who was working on what.
Talent is now the indisputable competitive advantage of modern companies, and CEOs lay awake at night trying to figure out how to hire, retain, and develop the best people in the industry.
Talent is now the indisputable competitive advantage of modern companies.
We believe in a future where teams are organized and empowered with purpose and clarity to deliver their best work.
To succeed in the future, businesses need to adopt a new, transparent approach that empowers their teams to be more agile and innovative. For this to happen, there must be clear alignment between team, project, and business goals.
There are three key strategies for this new operating model:
Bringing together the right people to best deliver on project goals.
Providing data-driven business insights at the right time, so those team members can make more confident decisions.
Concepts: Illustrating the Future
Ambiguity shouldn't compromise strategy. Move from balancing availability to building the strongest team, based on a holistic view of overarching business needs, project objectives, and team goals.
Moving quickly shouldn’t mean moving blindly. Even amidst ambiguity, adeptly anticipate and manage change with rich qualitative and quantitative data.
As projects evolve, see recommended action paths based on the potential impact on project, team, and business goals.
People want to know that what they do matters – to their careers, to their projects, and to the overall business.
Make collaboration stronger and more effective with a deeper focus on the development of cross-functional and soft skills.
Visualizing team, project, and business goals across projects, across people, and over time helps to identify patterns and devise long-term strategies, without losing agility as things inevitably change.
In the future of work, it will be critical for organizations to form cross-disciplinary teams of talented people who can iterate and innovate to deliver better project outcomes than the competition. The most successful companies will leverage technology to organize and empower their teams with purpose and clarity to deliver their best work, without losing sight of the core goals of the organization.
At 10,000ft, we’re excited about the opportunity to continue building (and imagining) products that empower modern organizations to thrive in this new, ever-changing environment.