The future of work is automated and intelligent, writes ServiceNow's Philip van der Wilt, who takes a look at the possibilities for the workplace.
IT professional services firm Traction on Demand keeps talent turnover below 5% by making sure employees are at least 72% happy in their work
By pulling together the relevant IoT and data analytics technologies and coupling them with relevant business-related data as a packaged, marketable entity, SAP is looking to short-circuit the process of companies innovating their own new ways of doing business.
A survey shows most company staff are prepared to await business tool innovations to come from other than IT, a sports industry conference on IT innovations shows where the good ideas are now coming from.
An insight into the evolution of people analytics in HR at Walmart gives some context to its recent decision to sign up for Workday HCM and Planning
Retailers have learned the hard way - getting closer to the customer takes more than e-commerce. At NRF 2017, Vibram's Giuseppe Grandinetti told me how they've achieved good results on the way to an ambitious goal: becoming a "consumer-to-business" company. Given that Vibram started in B2B footwear, that's no easy project.
Jellyfish CTO talks diginomica through the technologies that underpin Europe’s first virtual visual effects studio.
In the final installment of her Account-Based Marketing series, Barb ties up some vital loose ends, including expert takes on how you measure success, and which metrics count. She pulls in expert views on the problem of sales-marketing collaboration, and asks you, the reader, for your feedback on where we go on ABM from here.