Diversity and Inclusion need to be top of the HCM agenda across organisations in all sectors in 2017.
Digital transformation is a top priority for most enterprises, but fresh data points to key gaps. One of those gaps is employee experience - here's what to do about it.
Every aspect of accounting processes, reports, curriculum and work is impacted by new technology. More changes are coming. How will the profession and academia respond?
Things to watch out for and discuss as you tour the HR Technology Conference halls this week. Bad vendor behavior, Alexa and all things AI, ageism, and M&A impacts.
For those attending this week’s HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas, we have a two-part guide to making the most of the show. This is Part 1. Part 2 appears later today.
The world of work is about to become the Four Worlds of Work - and that means governments need to step up to the mark to shape them.
A PwC global study paints a colourful picture of four different worlds of work, with AI and robotics as the common thread running through them.
Is the testosterone fueled management mantras so typical of Silicon Valley the only way to succeed in today's world? Sir Richard Branson thinks not.
Taking a bet on The New was a good gamble for Accenture and has left CEO Pierre Nanterme excited, to say the least.
It’s up to HR to help everyone don their digital goggles ready for the workplace of tomorrow. Erica Volini at Deloitte shares her vision of the future of work
Is AI good news for developers? Topcoder thinks so - and they have the feedback of a million-plus developers. But there's a skills transitions ahead - and new options for companies as well.
Uber is banned from the streets of London. What does this say about the UK capital's pre-Brexit attitude to innovation and the role of the 'gig economy' at a time when it's trying to attract tech inward investment?
The jobs robo-pocalypse is postponed, says YouGov. But is the UK’s moderate approach to robotics the right idea, or economic suicide?