This week, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella took to LinkedIn to blog about the integration roadmap. The subsequent commenting frenzy was entertaining - but also instructive. If Microsoft wants to deliver the "amazing synergies" enthusiasts are anticipating, it will need to address data privacy concerns.
The UK version of Deloitte's CIO survey is a revealing look at CIOs in transition - and the talent issues holding them back. Here's my critical review.
In this edition: HR needs to get out more if it wants to transform. Plus a deeper look at AI and it's bigger danger - humans. More future of work debates, with a talent platform twist. AWS ups its enterprise game, and I pick on a wet noodle apology.
A panel at Europe’s largest start-up conference discussed universal basic income, the future of automation and how we will need to rethink work.
Plenty of readers had spicy comments for Denis Pombriant's future of jobs and automation series. Now he issues a challenge: share your own view on where we go from here. He seeds the challenge with some provocative questions. Now it's up to us to "bring our rocks."
Declara CEO Ramona Pierson has an amazing survival story. But the most interesting chapter is how she's channeled those lessons into a push to re-invent education. We talked about the disconnect between education and digital careers, and how an AI-powered learning platform can help.
A Trump presidency presents many uncertainties but would appear to propel business towards greater consideration of talent marketplaces. How does this work? Den explains.
Can culture help insulate business from commoditization or is the future of work tied to relentless commoditization. Culture is certainly an important component.
How moving to agile IT has led disruptive innovation at banking giant ING as it rolls out bizdevops throughout its business
At diginomica, we like to grapple with digital skills and services industry disruptions. We often find ourselves in the middle of debates over the gig economy or work futures. Here's my hand-picked best-of from our coverage of "The new professional and IT as a service."
The UK's headed towards £1.945 trillion national debt pre-Brexit, but the British finance minister and his team are spending billions to beef up the country's digital infrastructure and attract outside tech investment.
Denis Pombriant's optimistic view of bots and jobs took on a life of its own. Here is his response to many of the comments that were left.
AI and machine learning will have real impact at work in 2017. Unit4 chief architect Claus Jepsen explains why you'll learn to love your digital assistant