Finance Department Organization in SME’s

In a Small-Medium Enterprise (SME) several accounting and financial-related tasks are typically headed by the Finance Manager. Whereas in large corporates these tasks are separated under different responsibilities, in SME’s these are often bundled in the Finance Department. The Finance Department of a SME is therefore often composed of these departments: Accounting, Controlling, Treasury, IT… Continue reading Finance Department Organization in SME’s

7 Reasons Why Businesses Need Structure (In The Home Office)

The element of structure is paramount for any organization, especially one that involves remote working in home offices. Essentially, organizational structure encompasses formal and informal procedures and policies that a business owner can use to govern all the operations from a home-office. However, many home-based businesses don’t actually implement working structures in their operations because… Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Businesses Need Structure (In The Home Office)

Why Art is Inspiring to Businesses

Almost every aspect of life is connected to art and can be explained with a few artistic features. In most business scenarios, artistic features stimulate employees to be productive. Additionally, it serves businesses on different levels, especially in connecting the workforce and the clients. With a portrait or artistic features, you can invoke some thoughts… Continue reading Why Art is Inspiring to Businesses

Embracing Sensor Technology In The Home-Zone

Sensors are devices or subsystems that function to detect changes around its environment and send that information to other electronic devices. Furthermore, they are used together with other electronic devices. These devices, together with other electronics, utilize IoT (Internet of Things) technology. IoT is a system of interrelated and internet-connected objects that can collect and… Continue reading Embracing Sensor Technology In The Home-Zone

The Company Is Where I Am | New Workplace Concepts

According to Peter Thomson, a respected authority in the concept of future work, many organizations are still using the Industrial Age working practices to make things work in the new Information Age workplace patterns. Many of these companies operating in the new Information Age still use hierarchical command systems in an office workplace. In the… Continue reading The Company Is Where I Am | New Workplace Concepts

Home is where the customer is

Home is where the customer is. The physical home is an extended home-zone, nowadays. If you want to be successful with your services, you have to reach the customer in his home where he uses his devices and sensors. More and more services are anchored at the customer-home – more services for easier coping with… Continue reading Home is where the customer is

Optimizing invoice handling for a law firm

If a law firm wants to generate an improved cash inflow through a faster invoicing process, a simple and standardized billing process needs to be created. The optimizations should lead to a reduction of invoicing peaks and to an even billing over the year. The aim is therefore to enable a monthly billing of services… Continue reading Optimizing invoice handling for a law firm

Onboarding Essentials

You’ve gone through the process of finding a batch of great new hires, chosen carefully from dozens of applicants and considered prospects. No doubt, your business runs like a finely tuned machine and each of your employees is a skilled operator. Your new recruits have all proven that their personalities and skills will fit well into… Continue reading Onboarding Essentials