President and CEO of Future Technologies
Asha Saxena is the president and CEO of Plainfield, N.J.-based
Future Technologies. The company offers data-management and analytics solutions through business strategy and technology development and markets a health-care analytics dashboard called FTI Catalyst.
Social Media Marketing
Finding a niche on social media is the quickest way for knowledgable people who are unknown to become recognized as experts.
Make More Happen
Have you considered a visual format to clearly illuminate how you use data in your operations, toward increasing productivity?
Ever hear of the progress principle? It could be a great motivator for your team.
Specialists capable of gleaning insight from mountains of data don't work cheap. Be sure you're getting your money's worth.
Intuition that has been reality checked is a good basis for strategy.
Women in Tech
Tech companies, notorious for their lack of female diversity, have the most to gain from encouraging women to pursue tech careers.
Installing data practices can create hours where you've never had them before, revealing patterns and outliers and illuminating problems and opportunities within your workforce.
Determining whether a problem should be solved by your team or through outsourcing requires careful analysis.
Make More Happen
Data blinders keep us focused on sales and marketing but oblivious to the many ways data can transform operations and even company culture.
Data-driven decision making is fundamentally important. Startups make a mistake thinking it is a capacity they can wait to develop.
Managing Remote Teams
Working outside the office is increasingly the norm, especially for technical workers, but a vibrant company culture is still possible and valuable.
For the great majority of businesses, the switch to digital is a work in progress. Getting it right it far more important than getting it sooner.
When it comes to sourcing tech talent, here's what you need to consider.
In a time of exceptional growth, managers in tech can't afford to keep losing female employees.
Businesses collect data constantly but are not always so consistent evaluating if it best serves the strategy.
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