Oh hello Monday morning, my old friend. What’ll it be? More coffee or dive straight in?
Where to start the day?
Hmm, Grizzley has always been a straight shooter.
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:
Afterwards, you think:
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.
You should have checked out RPA.
Nevermind, at least you managed to fit your faithful pot plant into the one box they gave you to immediately pack your personal belongings.
The world is moving too fast to ignore red flags. Make space for innovation today by automating boring work.
Ignore him. Ever since he went on that “Leadership in changing times” seminar he’s been on the warpath.
What’s your first step?
What do you think?
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!
Cut costs and work more effectively by automating boring work.
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.
Free up your top talent to be strategic and innovative by automating boring work.
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.
You should have automated predictable and repetitive processes so that your data is always up to date.
You should have tackled the challenge head on and automated your company’s boring work to keep your people productive.