Financial

Blockchain Will Transform Customer Loyalty Programs

Blockchain Will Transform Customer Loyalty Programs

Loyalty programs have proliferated across travel, retail, financial services, and other economic sectors. The average U.S. household participates in 29…

How Blockchain Is Changing Finance

How Blockchain Is Changing Finance

Our global financial system moves trillions of dollars a day and serves billions of people. But the system is rife with…

A Brief History Of Blockchain

A Brief History Of Blockchain

Many of the technologies we now take for granted were quiet revolutions in their time. Just think about how much…

Is Blockchain The Next Great Hope – Or Hype?

Is Blockchain The Next Great Hope – Or Hype?

Cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin may have captured the public’s fancy – and also engendered a healthy dose of skepticism –…

Cash Is King

Cash Is King

A statement recently caught my attention: “Revenue is vanity, profit is sanity and cash is king”. This rings true for…

Do You Know What Your Company’s Data Is Worth?

Do You Know What Your Company’s Data Is Worth?

Accurately measuring enterprise value (EV) has never been more important or challenging. Even more so because firms are confronted by…

Where Financial Reporting Still Falls Short

Where Financial Reporting Still Falls Short

In a perfect world, investors, board members, and executives would have full confidence in companies’ financial statements. They could rely…

Mistakes To Avoid When Scaling Up A Business

Mistakes To Avoid When Scaling Up A Business

Many entrepreneurs that decide to scale up their operations without getting the right support run the risk of making costly…

The Limits Of The Lean Startup Method

The Limits Of The Lean Startup Method

Advocates of the lean startup method for creating a business advise entrepreneurs, as well as corporate intrapreneurs, to document, test, and refine…

Continuous Reconfiguration (Not Stability) Is The New Norm

Continuous Reconfiguration (Not Stability) Is The New Norm

It amazes me that an awful lot of management thinking still presumes that stability is the norm, and change is…