Bold thinking and thoughtful analysis for leaders seeking to harness the potential of technology.
Our Client Engagement Manager, Tiffany Hart, shares her top 10 reading recommendations to equip you with the knowledge and strategies you need to excel in the realm of collaborative finance.
Join Tim Mitrovtich and Rob Harbols, along with special guest Bryan Chambers of Chick-fil-A, as they discuss structured innovation at Chick-fil-A.
“I’ve learned to use every challenge as a stepping stone, every new city as an opportunity for fresh perspectives, and every successful project as a testament to the feasibility of this lifestyle”. Artisan’s Design Director, Alexander Lefler, shares his experience with digital nomadism as a fully remote employee. He addresses the ups and downs of a nomadic lifestyle and how that has allowed him to grow with Artisan and speak on the fluidity of remote work.
Today, fast-paced environments prove time and time again that acceleration is key to growth. But, how do you know when to increase your momentum? And, once you're on an accelerated path, how do you manage rapid growth? In this episode, the Artisan team covers the two strategies they find invaluable as they manage accelerated growth at Artisan Studios.
Over the past few years, there has been a reemergence of celebrations around Juneteenth. But, what is Juneteenth, why is it relevant, and how is it celebrated? Being a certified diversity-owned organization, we find meaning in recognizing Juneteenth; as we strive to educate, inspire, and engage our communities.
Join Rob Harbols and Skylar Hinrichs as they discuss ways to solve some of the struggles organizations face when it comes to bringing on great talent and ultimately, retaining that talent.
Artisan Client Engagement Manager, Tiffany Hart, shares her take on digital supremacy as it applies to the financial industry; and discusses some key considerations when looking to make the leap into cloud banking.
Join Tim Mitrovich and Rob Harbols as they discuss additional metrics to consider when making the decision to build or buy new technology software.
In this episode of Artisanal Tech, join Tim Mitrovich and Rob Harbols as they discuss what leaders can do to leverage the diversity they have to supercharge their teams and how to achieve results that go beyond what the individuals could have accomplished alone.
In this episode, Artisan Studios host, Rob Harbols, and guest Brad Buhl, CRO of Broadleaf Commerce, discuss the challenging situations retailers are looking to solve and how composable commerce can help companies overcome these obstacles.
There is a general notion that women in the tech world do not speak up as much as their male counterparts. This can result in missed opportunities all-around. We'll share three findings as to why some women are more hesitant to speak up and how organizations can get involved to ensure all voices are heard.
What actually inspires employees to stay at a company? In this article originally published on Forbes, I share four tips on how to inspire loyalty in your organization.
Three questions to consider when determining whether building or buying new tech is the right solution for your business.
In my experience working in and across teams, I’ve found that keeping computational kindness top of mind helps build rapport, trust, and an environment where we can do great work together.
In this episode, Rob Harbols and Tim Mitrovich discuss strategies your organization can use to establish well-oiled hybrid teams that can overcome today’s challenges.
Artisan consultant, Chris Vega, shares his personal perspective of the remote work lifestyle.
These four things have helped our company build a successful and healthy remote work culture. Learn more in this article originally published on Forbes.
Join Tim Mitrovich and Rob Harbols as they discuss innovation in the very first episode of Artisanal Tech.
The first episode of Artisanal Tech launches Friday, October 28th! Artisanal Tech speaks to the craftsmen in the technology space. Join Tim Mitrovich and Rob Harbols as they tackle real issues in the technology space.
Technology executives understand the answer to this question is rarely black-and-white. Ultimately, what matters is whether your technology solutions are driving business value or hindering it.
It's much easier to redirect a fleet of speedboats than to turn around a cruise ship. In the world of commerce solutions, the monolithic commerce platform is like the cruise ship—they’re reliable, they may have some fun bells and whistles, but they are bulky and slow. A composable commerce solution is more like a fleet of speedboats—nimble, interchangeable, and quick.
Companies are challenged daily to identify a software solution that fits their business needs. The discussion quickly turns to one major question: is buying or building software the solution?
Artisan Studios is proud to be Certified™ by Great Place to Work®. The prestigious award is based entirely on what current employees say about their experience working at Artisan...
When your workforce is spread across the country, bringing people physically together requires a significant investment of time and money. In his latest Forbes article, Artisan founder, Tim Mitrovich reflects on a recent annual employee retreat ...
Professionals have a choice when it comes to their career and with whom they share their talents. When the pandemic flipped everything as we knew it upside down, it became a catalyst for the Great Resignation...
Your CEO thinks you need to achieve "Unified Commerce", and everyone you talk to seems to have different advice on how to succeed. What does success look like? When you seek advice from your team and outside partners or vendors, why does it seem like the only way to approach this quest is "all or nothing"?
Today's vast majority of technology leaders recognize that an iterative approach reduces risk, and maximizes value. What remains a debate is the best way to implement and practice agile methodology. Let me share why I believe in a more straight forward approach to agile...
Most retail leaders today understand the critical importance of customer experience (CX). Yet, too many seek to improve CX in silos or on a channel-by-channel basis. Today, a good customer experience is practically synonymous with a consistent customer experience. Retailers must...
Most executives today list digital transformation as a high strategic priority for their organizations. How they practically achieve digital transformation, however, varies widely. Some may point to ...
Customer centricity is a core value common among most organizations today. With the rate of disruption at an all-time high, business leaders...
Over the past few months, Forbes has published multiple articles for their online audience onthe topic of Unified Commerce. Several feature thought leadership from Artisan's own, Rob Harbols. Most recently, he published an article addressing the critical considerations organizations must make if they are pursuing a shift toward Unified Commerce model.
Successful digital transformation is rarely easy. It requires a clear strategy and impeccable communication across a myriad of internal constituents. Yet, leaders of successful enterprises know they must continue to innovate to remain competitive. And, they must foster effective collaboration between business and product teams to make meaningful progress.
In July, Artisan CEO, Tim Mitrovich, published an article on Forbes.com, illuminating how sound agile practices can significantly reduce an organization's shadow IT. Research shows that between 30and 40 percent of IT spend in large enterprises is consumed supporting unsupported technology tools dispersed...
Artisan's Rob Harbols recently shared with Forbes how retailers can win in the continuous race against changing customer expectations. As the rate of change continues to increase, retailers must...
Digital transformation is ultimately organizational change. While implementing the right technology is always important, leaders must...
In March, Forbes sought out Artisan’s Tim Mitrovich to share insights on innovation. In the article, Mitrovich shares three tips for avoiding an innovation flop based on ....
Forbes recently published an article written by Tim Mitrovich, Founder and CEO of Artisan, on the topic of mobile excellence. In the article, Mitrovich shared three...
The landscape of the workplace has drastically changed over the past 18 months. While remote working is not new, last year, the pandemic forced most organizations to adjust almost overnight to work-from-home models.
No one ever said innovation was easy. It’s elusive, complicated, and requires impeccable cross-functional communication. But the challenge didn’t stop the 75% of companies that listed innovation among their top three 2021 priories in BCG’s latest global innovation study. The truth is innovation is critical to survival in today’s rapidly changing business climate.