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No more hybrid event excuses - your next event can be hybrid, and it isn't hard This article is sponsored by:

Hybrid events aren't that hard - but they are misunderstood. There is still time to add a hybrid component to your next event. Here's a framework to consider, and an argument for how hybrid events fit into a new, community-driven strategy.

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The revenge of the business process expert - have process mining tools revived an underrated craft? This article is sponsored by:

Ages ago, I advocated for the business process expert - and got it wrong. But process mining and execution tools like Celonis and SAP Signavio bring back the old debate: we need process experts, not product configurators.

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Lessons to be learned for Learning & Development to tackle the skills crisis in the age of the Great Resignation This article is sponsored by:

The digital skills gap is a long-running saga, but all the more pertinent today in the changed work world of the Vaccine Economy. New data from The Josh Bersin Company prompts some fresh recommendations for all enterprise organizations.

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Nasdaq’s board diversity rule is here - but new research shows underperforming firms more likely to oust board members from diverse backgrounds This article is sponsored by:

Nasdaq is requiring that companies listed on the US stock exchange disclose their ethnic and gender makeup. The move comes as new research shows that when times get tough, diversity priorities go out the window.

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Uncertainty is certain - transformation is not an option, automation and adaptability are key to success This article is sponsored by: salesforce-sidebar

"That's the way we've always done things", isn't going to help organizations thrive. Paolo Malinverno of Mulesoft explores how teams can overcome the obstacles to digital change.

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How "extraordinary" workplaces will win at business This article is sponsored by: Unit4 logo with tagline 250x150px

Organizations that don’t pay attention to their people will always face competition from companies with bigger wallets. To attract and retain talent, businesses need something extra. Kirsty Graham of Unit4 has three steps for creating lasting relationships with your people so you can win at talent.

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UK tech job vacancies soar, wages outstrip rest of economy - but it’s not yet an opportunity for all This article is sponsored by:

A new government backed report highlights how the UK is transforming into a tech economy, with plenty of career and wage opportunities. However, those opportunities aren’t necessarily available to everyone.

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UK productivity priorities for the incoming Prime Minister and new Chancellor This article is sponsored by:

With the British Government currently in limbo as the Conservative Party undergo a leadership contest for who will become the next Prime Minister, there’s an opportunity to assess what’s working (and what isn’t) for productivity policy.

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