Overcome the lack of resources with these key steps that drive efficiency
Service providers are facing an incredible challenge. Demand for 5G (and faster service in general) is at an all-time high, while the staffing resources to accomplish this work are often stretched thin.
First, the good news.
Alden CEO John Sciarabba believes this challenge represents a great opportunity—for companies that choose to adapt in ways that edge out the competition. In August, Sciarabba was interviewed by Janice Oliva, the President and Publisher of ISE Magazine and ISE Expo, to share more about this topic on the ISE Podcast titled “How to Become a 5G Market Leader in Challenging Times.”
It is possible for service providers to make small adjustments now that add up to big efficiencies later. Companies who are proactive will be best prepared to capture more business in the future—even beyond broadband deployment. “It’s really about being positioned for what’s next,” Sciarabba says. Since 5G is still developing, the forward-thinking companies are likely to be the ones to win the lion's share of the market.
To reap those rewards, companies must begin to make changes now, Sciarabba explains. All stakeholders will have to create more efficiencies. Even small gains, or micro-efficiencies as Sciarabba calls them, will be the key differentiator.
In this podcast, Janice and John a step-by-step approach for making these crucial changes:
- How to facilitate better collaboration between internal and external stakeholders
- How shifting from a project- to process-based mindset will position your company to gain efficiencies without adding more resources
- How the data you capture today can improve processes later
- How to reduce redundancies and use your data to drive better decisions
- How to maximize your human resource capacity through process automation
As the growth of 5G explodes, the most proactive companies will adapt and win in the current climate. Process change is essential. Tune into the podcast, "How to Become a 5G Market Leader in Challenging Times.”