Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Who Should Handle RPA?


RPA needs to be handled by both IT and the line of business.  The line of business has the content knowledge about what the RPA needs to automate, while IT has the process knowledge for implementing RPA.

For example, without line of business involvement, IT might miss entering the proper data for less common, yet important, business cases.  Without IT involvement, the line of business might create a fragile RPA without error handling, that easily breaks down if the network slows down.

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Saturday, April 4, 2020

Strategic Simplicity® and Covid19 Stimulus


Instead of all the fed programs, all the rounds of stimulus, and individual checks, they could have kept it simple. Just set up a temporary agency for business of all sizes, where they could send proof of their weekly earnings for January, and their weekly earnings now, and the agency would pay them the difference, as long as they keep everyone on the payroll who was their in January. It would still cost trillions, but it would have been a lot cleaner, and you wouldn't be having all the cascading effects of people not paying rent, etc.

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Friday, April 3, 2020

Stop Navigating Obstacle Courses At Work



Once upon a time, a certain work flow in your business might have been optimal.  Things changed, however, and now it feels like you are navigating obstacles and hurdles—which slow down completion of the task.

This results in a common cycle.  Inefficiencies slow you down, so you have less time, so you put off streamlining the task, and you slow down more.

At some point, you need to step back and, as the saying goes "work on your business instead of in the business."  You must simplify and streamline the task.  It's always better to do it sooner than later.

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Saturday, March 28, 2020

7 Laws of UX Design


Two components of Strategic Simplicity® are user simplicity and decision simplicity, which affect the user experience for customers, prospects, and employees.  Get it right, and you can increase sales, build loyal customers, and enable productive employees.

Here are 7 Laws of UX Design that can help: https://uxplanet.org/7-laws-of-ux-design-and-what-happens-when-you-break-them-f61325989342


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Monday, March 23, 2020

Covid-19 Bailout


Who else feels like the $1 Trillion or $2 Trillion bailout by Congress will result in waste and some money down a "black hole"?

Instead, why don't they set up a temporary fund with offices in each state that allow businesses to bring proof of their weekly earnings before #Covid-19 , and simply make up the difference between that and what they are earning now, on condition that they hire back and pay everyone who was on the payroll on those normal weeks?

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Exponential Growth of Covid-19


This is what "exponential" means:
It took 67 days from the first reported of Covid-19 to reach 100,000 cases, 11 days for the second 100,000, and just four days for the third 100,000. hashtagcoronavirus hashtagcovid19

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