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A look at how ThoughtWorks supports LGBTQ employees - a lesson on inclusion This article is sponsored by:

Amy Lynch, ThoughtWorks UK’s head of diversity and inclusion, provides insights into what the software consultancy is doing to support its LGBTQ community.

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Of Smith, Marx and Heinlein This article is sponsored by: salesforce-sidebar

System thinking via Marx, Adam Smith and Heinlein, courtesy of Salesforce's Peter Coffee.

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SAP's HCM strategy part 3 - the bits I missed This article is sponsored by:

In my earlier stories, I didn't emphasize the peculiarities of SAP's German market that make it different to those in the U.S. and elsewhere. Does that change my view on what should happen? Read on.

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Productivity 2018 gut check - our employers won't solve this problem. It's on us. This article is sponsored by:

Overloaded inboxes can wait - it's time for my productivity gut check for 2018. Here's why we shouldn't wait for our employers to seize the day, and why the digital skills gap factors in.

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SAP extends HCM on premise support through to 2030 - take 2 This article is sponsored by:

Standing back from the noise of yesterday's SAP HCM on-premises announcement, I see a more complex environment.

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Enterprise hits and misses - digital skills gaps, contingent workforces, and the chippy Meltdown This article is sponsored by:

This week: cue the digital skills and contingent workforce debates. Plus: the Spectre and Meltdown chip vulnerabilities buzzkill the shiny new toys at CES. Your whiffs include robots posing as women, Facebook bailing on "M" - and Intel.

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SAP extends HCM on premise support to 2030 - smart move or major mistake? This article is sponsored by:

SAP has announced a sidecar extension of HCM on-premises support through an as yet to be developed HCM S/4HANA offering. This throws up a mass of questions.

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Closing the digital skills gap – more effort required This article is sponsored by:

Employers must up their game to attract, develop and keep digital talent, according to a new report by Capgemini and LinkedIn.

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The unsustainable contingent workforce This article is sponsored by:

The rise of the contingent workforce is not a new phenomenon. But it's a dead end that couples a failing business model to an outdated view of work.

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Specsavers has always got an eye for talent - video This article is sponsored by:

In this video interview, learn how the recruitment team at eyecare retailer Specsavers keeps an eye out for talent in a competitive market

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Before you go down the innovation lab route, answer these three questions... This article is sponsored by: salesforce-sidebar

Innovation labs were the future once - and they can still work, despite some high profile closures. But, says Salesforce's Tony Colon, there are some important questions for organizations to ask.

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GirlCrew takes on loneliness among women This article is sponsored by:

Loneliness is a growing Western phenomenon, but one Dublin-based organisation, GirlCrew, is doing its bit to help with a platform to assist women of all ages in making new friends.

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2017 wasn't a fun year for enterprise software buyers. Maybe 2018 will be better. This article is sponsored by:

 Recapping 2017 with some subliminal messaging for 2018. While some enterprise application software vendors finally get the cloud, others have moved on to more big data-fueled adventures.

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