Intuition hosted a webinar ‘Unlocking the Knowledge Potential of Your Organization’ Click below to view this webinar
Intuition hosted a webinar on Consumer Banking and Payments to mark the launch of Intuition’s new suite of Know How tutorials and provide insight into various industry developments.
In the years of soul-searching that followed the arrival of the financial crisis the very definition of banking became central to national and international debate – and that remains the case.
What, after all, is a bank? And what have banks become?
The reflex of politicians and the public was clear – banks needed to get back to what they were supposed to be doing all along, protecting peoples’ savings and funding the “real economy” rather than engaging in dangerous and highly speculative financial engineering: in other words, traditional retail and small business banking. Read more
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Written by Theo Teeder; General Manager of Intuition Australia & New Zealand.
Implementation of new learning technologies, methodologies and models in many organizations are full steam ahead. But could we be undermining the value of the tried and tested?
To start with, what do we mean by the tried and tested? Video streaming, group discussions, learning dashboards, blended program delivery, formal certification and assessment all sit within this definition - if you extend the net of what has been available in learning circles over the past 10 years. The fact that these are still around and pervasive suggest one of two things:
- That they work and are robust enough to be used consistently
- That organizations have other priorities when it comes to investment in their people – the ‘why fix if it isn’t broken’ mentality. Read more
During our 25 years of experience in the Knowledge Management business, Intuition has regularly been contacted by our clients’ regarding their difficulties in managing knowledge effectively. Knowledge Management Systems (KMS) are often viewed as the invisible friend in many organizations; decision makers are sure that something is being done but what and, more importantly, how much remains largely unquantifiable.
The challenge that Intuition has witnessed over the years as experienced by our clients is justification, where KMS advocates cannot determine exactly how much value the system is providing and, as a result, it becomes largely irrelevant. This is particularly true during tough economic times, when business margins are tight, all expenditure is carefully monitored and Return on Investment (ROI) is paramount. Until recently, Knowledge Management has lacked quantifiable metrics and evidence.
In this webinar, Intuition gives a brief overview of Basel 2.5 and Basel 3, while also exploring the challenges banks face in complying with Basel 3.
This presentation will look at the Dodd -Frank act and how it will affect the EMEA region and its financial markets.
The Dodd-Frank Act is a wide-ranging piece of legislation that greatly expands the regulation of U.S. banks and financial markets. With the inter-connectivity of global financial markets, there are few regions which will not be impacted by this extensive, detailed and complicated act.
Intuition’s Peter Whealy and Janet Garcia, provided insights at the event’s seminars on effectively manage knowledge in organizations. To find out more about Intuition and how we can help you address your Knowledge Management issues, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
An effective Knowledge Management platform enables employees to learn, share knowledge and collaborate seamlessly through any device – desktop, mobile or tablet. Provide employees with instant access to the critical knowledge needed to do their job effectively.
65% of workers in 2012 considered their mobile device to be the “most critical work device”, up from 13% in 2011. Increasingly, employees are accessing work-related information on corporate networks through their personal devices. This trend is commonly referred to as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). What are the benefits and risks associated with developing and implementing a BYOD program within an organization from training, cost and security perspectives.
Intuition created an infographic which explores why there has been a significant increase in the use of mobile learning in enterprise. We look at the number of mobile devices in use by employees, how these are used for ‘Just-in-Time’ training and why mobile learning is so popular with employees and employers alike. Read more
The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act affects any financial organization that operates with or within the U.S. market. Intuition created an infographic which explains the act in simple terms and considers its size and reach, proposed reforms and impacts.
With the rise of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) schemes in organizations, what impact does this have on network and data security? This infographic provides a worrying insight into employees attitude towards mobile device security. Read more
When apple released the iPad in 2010 the pharma and medical devices industries identified its potential. They quickly realized that well designed marketing materials presented on an iPad allowed for a more dynamic presentation, and facilitated improved sales conversation with a doctor than using a laptop or product brochures. Read more
Mobile in enterprise is transforming the way in which we interact with information, connect with our office networks, and organize our working lives. We have become so reliant on mobile devices to drive our entertainment, social and knowledge networks that they naturally begin to intertwine with our work lives, but at what cost? Read more
This infographic charts the rise of popularity of SmartPhones, Tablet devices and e-readers. It considers who the winners and the losers in the fight for global SmartPhone market share. It also highlights the digital shift from PC’s to Smartphones and paper books to e-readers. Read more