Posts Tagged ‘Global’

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Current & Future Leaders – Practice Empathy for Effective Leadership

We all know the importance of leadership and the responsibility that comes with it. Many skills are important for leadership, but that is not all. The missing crucial aspect is “EMPATHY.” So, let’s explore it further and see what Empathy is all about. So as we begin our exploration, let us first get aligned on […]

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Perficient Colleague Fights Food Insecurity in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan Community

One of the great things about Perficient is the chance to work with people from all over the world; it’s this diversity of perspectives that lead to our ultimate innovation. Here, you could be working on a client project with people on another continent or sitting in the office next to someone who came from […]

The Organic Evolution of Global Delivery

In the pre-pandemic era, some of the stigmas of a global delivery model for projects included fears that getting a hold of your team on-demand is necessary to get work moving faster, spending time together physically to understand and communicate better is key with a culturally diverse group; you get what you pay for, and […]

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Perficient’s “Pass The Mug” Challenge Shows Off Remote Team Culture

COVID-19 has changed the way many businesses operate and even more broadly, how we live our lives. But one thing remains the same: the power of coffee (or tea!) to jazz up your day. As colleagues around the world collaborate to deliver award-winning solutions for our clients, they take a break ⁠— and a sip […]

A Global View of Autonomous and Connected Cars

While much of the talk about driverless and connected cars is taking place in the U.S., the trend is global. Countries in Europe, like Germany, have made it a top priority. Countries in Southeast Asia and nations like China are also quickly designing a regulatory environment that can support the growth of such initiatives. However, […]

BofA CEO Shares 3 Keys To Success For Today’s Banks

Dennis K. Berman, financial editor of The Wall Street Journal, asked one of the simplest, yet greatest questions anyone could ask an executive at a major financial institution. During WSJ’s CFO Network conference, he asked Bank of America Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan the following: “If you were building a bank today from scratch, what […]

Estimating Hints for Cognos TM1 Report Development

Typically, a TM1 project will include work to create reports. Most finance groups will have a number of Excel workbooks that they are using for both their forecasting and planning as well as for reporting. These workbooks will become the “templates” for designing your TM1 input sheets and reports. For the reports, you will be […]

Using Excel for test cases, and alternatives

As observed, many projects are using Excel as the tool to manage test cases and test results, as well as other assets. Admittedly, Excel can work out if these testing assets are properly organized and maintained. However, from a teamwork perspective, Excel can be difficult to work with in this particular area. The fundamental thing […]