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Get Back Wasted Time: Executive strategies to grow your business

White Paper Published By: Sage People
Sage People
Published:  May 04, 2018
Type:  White Paper
Length:  11 pages

How do you measure up as a business leader? As a business executive your time is incredibly valuable, right? And if you aren’t maximally time efficient or productive then you – and your business – will soon fall behind. It’s a fact of
life in today’s highly-competitive digital marketplace. But how do you stem the flow of lost time? And how are other leaders making the most of this scarce resource, so they can be as efficient, productive and valuable as possible?

This report was produced specifically for the UK and Ireland (UK/I) region and is based on data gathered from real-world business leaders explaining how they perform tasks on a daily basis. In the report, we look at how business managers can step up from operational tasks and focus on work that will propel their business forward.

We will:
                          

  • Touch on the priorities of what could be termed ‘accelerated business leaders’: those decision makers leading their industries forward in a way that harnesses emerging technologies and agile new ways of working.  
  • Examine the key factors that hold businesses back and limit business growth
  • Explore the technologies that can drive operational agility and scale.

The report – produced by Sage in partnership with leading technology publication CIO-- enables readers to see what their peers are doing, how they’re working smarter and how they too can start working smarter and begin to truly drive business change. 



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