Instead of meeting as planned at a trade show, I spoke to Unit4 CEO Mike Ettling via video call this week. He shared what else he thinks is going to change in our business lives thanks to COVID-19
Achieving equality and inclusion in business is an ongoing process, says Salesforce's Linda Aiello.
The mental health of many CISOs is at breaking point, according to a new report. So what can be done about it before disaster strikes?
Fujitsu’s aim is to cut its gender pay gap to zero by the 2030 deadline laid out in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. But how?
From working with Barack Obama and Elizabeth Warren to promoting women in tech - meeting Merici Vinton, founder of Ada’s List.
"You have to be brave enough!" - tough love on tech's gender inequalities from Salesforce's deliberately difficult Dame
If gender equality is to be achieved in the tech sector, it's going to need courage, conviction and cultural challenges, says Salesforce UK CEO Jayne-Anne Gadhia.
Engaged employees tend to stay with the company longer - a key tenet of FIS's HR transformation program.
An article in the Harvard Business Review claims that the VC pitching process is failing female entrepreneurs, which means that funds are not being awarded to the best investment opportunities. But female founders believe the situation is much more complex than simply one of discrimination.
WEF 2020 - has stakeholder capitalism really overturned Milton Friedman's doctrine in the digital economy?
Is stakeholder capitalism a thing or just a soundbite to appease corporate conscience?
Why purpose transformation matters as much as digital transformation - CEO learnings from Unilever and Salesforce
Salesforce has been a prime mover in corporate activism in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, but the importance of purpose can be seen at Unilever at the tail-end of the first.
Best-of-breed absence management vendor E-Days has discovered the complexity of time off that enterprise HR systems don't address