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Taking care of business (every day)
Taking care of business (every way)
I've been taking care of business (it's all mine)
Taking care of business and working overtime

Oh hello Monday morning, my old friend. What’ll it be? More coffee or dive straight in?

More coffee, obviously.

Feeling over-caffeinated already. You’ve got this! Just dive straight in.

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Right, this desk jockey is back in the saddle.

Where to start the day?

With a due sense of trepidation, let’s catch up with what’s going on in the world.

OK, email it is. What fire needs putting out today?

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Hmm, Grizzley has always been a straight shooter.
Do you:

Ignore… there’s bound to be another fire to fight before 5 pm.

Call an all-hands-on-deck flash meeting with your team.

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45 minutes later and you have two suggestions that might be contenders:

Mary is all fired up about robots-as-a-service and RPA. She sends you a link she says you’ll love.

Pete, on the other hand, knows a guy who knows a guy who’s got a warehouse full of students working for beer money, we just need to find out if they speak English.

You need to decide:

Technology led it is. Where’s that robot link?

You’ve got stuff that needs to get done. You need more people, stat!

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You meet Rob Sparke and watch his video

Do you:

Think, well that is very interesting, but let's stick with what we know.

Drop everything. Bring forward your 5 pm meeting. Insist you implement RPA today.

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Three months later…

You've hit a homerun! Costs are down, efficiency is up, your brightest minds are smiling, the CEO has his reports early, and you’re sitting to his right at the boardroom table!

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Pete sets up a meet and greet with his guy’s guy.

Afterwards, you think:

Heck no! This is out of the frying pan and into the fire. Where’s Mary with that RPA link?

Pete’s guy’s guy sounds legit. They’re cheap and can start today. Did you mention, they’re cheap?

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Three months later…Beyond epic fail.

Pete’s guy’s guy took too long, cost too much and the job is *still* not done. In fact, it’s not done in a way you would have never imagined possible. Google Translate is great, but definitely not good enough to effectively translate business requirements, unfortunately.

GAME OVER

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You should have checked out RPA.

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Oops, this time *this* fire was the mother of all fires. You really shouldn’t have ignored that email from Grizzley.

Nevermind, at least you managed to fit your faithful pot plant into the one box they gave you to immediately pack your personal belongings.

GAME OVER

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After thirty minutes of reading the news, suddenly checking your emails doesn’t sound like a bad option after all. Your team lost on the weekend, and, well, have you read the news lately?
Over the splurt of the coffee machine, you hear your CEO muttering about his reports being late again. That real-time decision-making is not a nice-to-have, and that this company needs to work smarter, and do more with less.

Do you:

Ignore him. Ever since he went on that “Leadership in changing times” seminar he’s been on the warpath.

Grab your coffee and hightail it back to your desk. This is your time to shine, and claim that seat at the boardroom table.

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Firing up the synapses. Setting phasers to brainstorm.
Get this right and you can make the case for digitalizing your entire company.

What’s your first step?

Research? Who needs research? You’ve got this.

Hmmm, let’s see what cleverness is out there already that can help. No time to reinvent the wheel, you need to act, now.

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Your research around making your operations more cost-effective and efficient leads you straight to Rob Sparke.

What do you think?

No, this is not for us. Not this year anyway.

You’ve hit the jackpot and set out to hire Rob today.

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Stick with what you know. This is not your first rodeo, you’re sure to figure something out.

The winning ideas, from your brainstorm of one, are:

Turn off all the heating and make your staff work longer hours. They’ll work harder to stay warm, so it’ll be a double win!

Fire your top talent. They’re expensive, and don’t do their admin on time. Hire three juniors to replace each one, and clear that data processing backlog.

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When your boss said cut costs and drive efficiencies, *this* is not what he meant. Your company is in the news for cruel and unusual working conditions.
Oh, and you’re fired.

GAME OVER

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Cut costs and work more effectively by automating boring work.

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Three months later...

You hear via the CRE grapevine that your smartest ex-employee joined your main competitor. And told them all about RPA and how it can automate boring jobs, making them more productive and cost-efficient. Ah, that might also explain why your biggest client just defected to your competition as well.

GAME OVER

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Gah! You’re unduly irritated by your boss constantly sounding the alarm. It’s distracting you from your priorities.

Do you:

Tell John that the boss said we need to do more with less.

Grumble a bit more to yourself but decide to let it go. You’ve got work to do.

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Turns out your wait and see approach was the wrong way to go. The world is changing faster than your priorities are updated.

Your company loses a massive pitch because you couldn’t show your potential new client that you could provide up-to-date reports for real-time decision-making.

GAME OVER

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You should have automated predictable and repetitive processes so that your data is always up to date.

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John tells Mary that the boss only eats egg and cress.
Mary tells Sue that we’re getting a visit from Ellen DeGeneres.
Sue tells Mark she saw a llama in a dress.

GAME OVER

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You should have tackled the challenge head on and automated your company’s boring work to keep your people productive.

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