Your finance team should become an early adopter of AI and automation in order to reduce the burden of manual processes, recommends Workday's Tim Wakeford
Topics which often sound like 'soft' elements of HR are bubbling up as top of mind among many practitioners. Here are some examples.
Influential VC Gordon Ritter believes his notion of coaching networks, which combine AI with human creativity, may be the big new thing in enterprise software
Capgemini is doubling down on digital and cloud services as the big ticket outsourcing deals morph or wind down.
Machines are good at pattern matching but our ability to learn unlimited patterns means humans will always be smarter than artificial intelligence
Cognizant took a hit due to changes to the tax regime, but it's got a Trump-friendly message to pitch around the US workforce.
Dismiss voice-enabled business at your peril. There is much more going on behind the scenes if you keep an ear to the ground.
By sharing process analysis data, businesses as diverse as oil rigs and bakeries can learn intelligent automation tips from each other, writes ServiceNow's Paul Hardy
Today's HR market is extraordinarily complex. Here is your guide to navigating the morass and how to avoid common pitfalls.
4IR is a convenient label applied to the changes we see going on around us. But is that moniker appropriate? I don't think so. Here's why.
We need to decide what it means to be human before we invest too much power in machines, suggests a panel of experts.
How SAP Business Beyond Bias productizes inclusive processes within SuccessFactors - an illustrated review
SAP's Business Beyond Bias initiative has always been a compelling story. But now comes the hard part: overcoming algorithmic (and human) bias while productizing better processes. Here's an illustrated tour - and my assessment.
World Economic Forum 2018 - UK Prime Minister hectors social media investors at expense of stronger post-Brexit pitch
UK Prime Minister Theresa May addressed an audience of billionaires and potential post-Brexit investors at the WEF. So she decided the best use of her speech was to launch yet another attack on Facebook and Google.