Itransition Corporate Blog

2014

Future IT Trends

By Sergey Gvardeitsev

Everyone wants to know what will happen in IT in the future. But what they really want to know is what can be done about it now for competitive advantage. There are a few important trends that will be influencing IT markets just twelve months from now. [...]

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Learning Organization: Can IT Companies Learn From ‘Problematic’ Projects?

By Vadim Nareyko

Even though the concept of systems thinking has been popular as a business topic for decades, there are still many situations where companies are thrown back into reactive old-fashioned thinking. The lack of systems thinking may result in different failure scenarios, which make projects ‘problematic'. [...]

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Discrimination and Cultural Differences in Partnerships

By Vera Leonik-Shilyaeva

All people involved in international business have a legal right to receive equal treatment and therefore, discrimination of any kind is a crime. People may be treated different in the same situation because the discriminator attributes certain characteristics to a person because of their belonging or perceived belonging to a particular group, such as race, nationality, gender or religion. [...]

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How to Nail Mobile App Design Projects

By Alex Demichev

Many mobile app projects are started every day, but only a handful of those are a success. In order to minimize chances of failure, it’s important to know what roadblocks may hinder development, how to harmonize form and content and what basic dos and don’ts you have to keep in mind when entering a mobile app design project. [...]

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Mobile App Design: From Idea to Product Development

By Alex Demichev

Design has been called the art of the 21st century, and when it comes to mobile apps, the design of an app can determine its success. Let’s look at the main stages of designing mobile apps and what the major aspects of each stage are. [...]

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The Learning Organization and Systems Thinking: Applying Theory to the Current Moment

By Vadim Nareyko

The business world began talking about learning organizations when in 1990 Peter Senge published his book The Fifth Discipline: the Art and Practice of the Learning Organization. The principles stated in that classic publication are true all these years later, and today it is interesting to see how they are applied at contemporary IT companies, such as Itransition. [...]

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Business Alliances: Strange Partnerships or Big Successes?

By Vera Leonik-Shilyaeva

Business partnerships are a great way to combine expertise and knowhow, conquer new markets and just survive in the highly competitive environment where even the giants of business are not immune from crises and hard times. That is why there are so many big name partnerships reported in the news: everyone wants to succeed, and sometimes teaming up with a strong partner is the only way to thrive. [...]

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10 Tips on How to Work With Business Partners

By Vera Leonik-Shilyaeva

Making a partnership work calls for perfecting many business skills, and not everyone can do it naturally. In order to learn to be a partner it is important to remember the essentials of working in a team with other strong players. Here is the list of our 10 tips, which may help you build a strong foundation for your business partnership for many years to come. [...]

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5 More Tips on How to Manage Customer Expectations

By Denis Kostusev

Expectations are a reputation boost and a gateway to better communication, and better deals. Here are five more things to learn about customer expectations that will help you to close more sales. [...]

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10 Ways to Manage Professional Teams Effectively

By Yaraslav Lishik

Building focused and committed teams is a vital part of any successful business. But that is not an easy goal to reach, with most managers being bombarded with multiple tasks and sub-tasks daily. So here are ten tips to manage your teams more effectively. [...]

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