As many of us are settling into our new normal during shelter-in-place protocols, it has become increasingly apparent how abnormal the scope and circumstances of our situation have become. While some of us are lucky enough to transition to a remote work environment, it’s important to acknowledge that this isn’t a standard “work from home” situation. We are balancing work, homeschooling children, waiting in 3-hour grocery store lines, trying to stay healthy, and experiencing waves of anxiety during uncertain times. The usual work from home tips and tactics helped to get our teams set up during the initial transition, but how do we create a remote work environment that is sustainable and manageable for the foreseeable future?
Improving your partner experience from contract to launch.
Upward of 70% of global revenue comes from third-party channels. However, despite the numbers, indirect sales models often take the back seat to direct sales initiatives within organizations. Alliance teams are left scraping together resources and finding creative ways to get partnerships done. Organizations are leaving revenue opportunities on the table due to their lack of focus and discipline.
For example, in 2019, Microsoft announced that 7,500 new partners were joining their program each month! But as it turns out, 80% of those partners were non-transacting.
Is this similar to what your partner program looks like? How much would revenue increase if you could bump 20% of productive partnerships by even 5%?
By taking a few steps to add structure around partner ecosystems, organizations realize revenue faster and create more successful partnerships.
Upward of 70% of global revenue comes from third-party channels. It’s undeniable that most organizations rely on their partner ecosystems to be a consistent source of earnings each year. However, despite funding that partners provide, the alliance and channel partner relationships oftentimes take a backseat to direct sales initiatives. That landscape is changing. In 2019, 39% of global B2B marketing decision-makers ranked improving the partner experience a top priority.
An Introductory Guide to Implementing Critical Path Methodology in Project Plans
Critical Path Methodology has been around for decades and is used to manage some of the largest projects in the world.
But, until recently, it was very difficult to create and administer. New technologies have made this powerful and necessary tool more accessible to every project and program manager so they can get to their goals more efficiently and effectively.
This e-book covers the basics around the Critical Path Methodology, so you can gain a fundamental understanding of how to leverage this discipline to identify and remove unnecessary risk.
Download now to learn how to elevate your project management skills!
When it comes to delivering on-time and on-budget, Santa might be the best project manager we’ve ever known. (Yes, even Santa has to stick to a budget; someone has to pay those high heating costs up at the North Pole!)
Moovila’s Step-by-Step Guide to Delivering Your Thanksgiving Turkey On-Time & On-Temperature
It’s you versus 16 pounds of poultry. What could go wrong? We've all found ourselves googling, “Fastest ways to thaw a turkey” at the eleventh hour leading up to deliver our Thanksgiving feast. After a busy week, just throwing the bird in the bathtub and hoping to not poison 20 of your closest family and friends seems like the best execution plan.
According to a 2016 survey conducted by Innotas that was reported in CIO Today, 55 percent of respondents reported they had a technical project fail within the past 12 months. Luckily the statistics aren’t all doom and gloom. In more recent years, PMI’s reporting has shown that success rates are on the rise. However, any way you slice and dice the numbers, the bottom-line seems to remain the same.