Why It’s Time to Ditch Your One-Size-Fits-All HR Tech Platform While HR departments were once viewed as predominantly transactional, today, HR is more often relational, exercised almost as if the…
As-a-Service (aaS) models provide the ability to purchase a solution tailored to your needs rather than developing a custom capability in-house. SEI has built its business model with a focus on aaS through a foundation of experienced consultants.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is a seemingly straight forward concept around taking care of your customer . Given the evolution of service management best practices and big data , today’s CRM systems are anything but simple, providing a vast range of services, platforms and techniques. Adding to the complexity are newer technologies to consider that are continually being added such as Big Data with Social Media Integration and Predictive Analytics using Machine Learning.
For a long time, I thought being a consultant meant traveling every week. Period. The road warrior lifestyle of weeks away from family and living out of a suitcase was a necessary evil within the consulting profession that demanded such personal sacrifice in effort to best serve our clients. It was not until I discovered SEI that I realized there’s a different way.
Several experiences greatly impacted my path to SEI and the appreciation I developed for all professionals in the healthcare industry. SEI’s local delivery model not only helps their consultants, but also the teams who play a critical role in the care and support of patients.
I recently finished reading The Boys in the Boat, by Daniel James Brown. It is an improbable account of the University of Washington’s Crew Team and their quest to win gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games in Nazi Germany. This Huskies crew team was a true underdog, not expected to compete in the Olympics, much less win gold. The author paints a remarkable portrait of an amazing conquest and captures what it was like to beat the odds through trust and teamwork.
What is consulting work? What does it look like specifically? There are a lot of variables dictating the answer, but across the board it involves problem-solving and quickly building relationships that will help the consultant solve those problems, both internally and with their client.
However, it’s often what those “problems” look like that determines the specifics of what consulting work looks like. Seasoned consultants know that this work doesn’t always involve C-level interaction, cutting edge technologies, or “strategic” projects.