Why introduce your business to Buckload?
Buckload is a tool I designed to identify what areas of your business need improvement. Through facts, we will take into account how many hours managers, employees, higher ups, spend on certain tasks for the business. We will also take into account how much they are being paid. With the previous known facts, you have a written proposal of what it is exactly your employees are doing as well as what processes are taking too long or need more focus on. With this knowledge known, you can develop a plan to enhance the value of your employees. When you find value, your business will grow indefinitely. All it takes is a free consultation with me, Buck Rogers, and your off to growing your business.
Below is a great example of what I have to offer
“Being business savvy also enables the CDO to sustain engaging and fruitful conversations with other senior execs across the company, which should then be translated to his data management team. I controversially advocate there is no such a thing as a data strategy; there exits only a business strategy that which should be followed and enabled by a data program. If you are a solely a technical person from a data management perspective, it will be nearly impossible to understand the business strategy and connect it with your data program.”
-Leandro DalleMule, Chief Data Officer, AIG, New York, NY
Mr. DalleMule, to complete your quotation, “that which should be followed and enabled by a data program. If you are a solely a technical person from a data management perspective, it will be nearly impossible to understand the business strategy and connect it with your data program.”
Albert Einstein suggested a similar thought……
The purpose of this note is to introduce you to a methodology called “Buckload”.
Buckload is a scalable methodology for the developing a strategy that enables the design, implementation and evaluation of cross-functional decisions that are meant to enable an organization to achieve both its short and long-term objectives.
Buckload’s secret sauce is known as “The Common Denominators.”
I hope to have an opportunity to discuss Buckload with you, contact me today.