Liberal arts education faces a difficult future, yet too many colleges cling to their status quo. Not so at Colby College. Here's what I learned about their groundbreaking initiative to integrate AI and ethics into their program, via the Davis Institute.
Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it can be a major enabler to useful exploitation of data analytics at a business level, if the right culture is in place.
Be realistic, focus on privacy and don’t forget to ask the patient - what healthcare digital transformation really needs to be successful
Big vision ideas for health sector digital transformation need to be tempered with practical considerations based on real world concerns and attitudes. Some top advice from four expert commentators.
Enterprise hits and misses - COVID-19's digital lessons take hold, Uber gets a gig economy wake-up call, and an enterprise buyer debate takes hold
This week - pulling COVID-19 digital lessons from the education sector - but will they stick? Plus: the enterprise buyer one-throat-to-choke debate heats up again. Uber must give UK drivers "worker" status, and tech companies' "diversity theater" gets called out. In the whiffs section, I backtrack on NFTs.
Paul Smith, President of EMEA at ServiceNow and Executive Sponsor of ServiceNow’s Women at Now group, discusses what it means to be a good ally.
Sales, Marketing and continuous learning - an Allego CRO perspective.
Outcomes are the new customer experience, say Salesforce's Matthew Sweezey and Karen Mangia.
Black History Month - quotas are pointless if you have a ‘leaky bucket’, says Workday’s Chief Diversity Officer
Staff need to feel as though they belong, says Workday Chief Diversity Officer Carin Taylor as Black History Month draws to a close.
Enterprise hits and misses - Walmart raises the retail transformation stakes , CIOs set a new tech agenda, and the future of work debate heats up
This week - Have Millennials and Gen-Z exposed a broken system of work? And is the 9 to 5 job a permanent casualty of work-from-anywhere? Your whiffs include snarky shots at Microsoft Teams, Gartner's MQ, and reporters Zooming from bed.
If Millennials and Gen-Z are the future of work, then workplace structures and principles need to adapt - particularly in this new COVID-19 economy.
The system of ‘work’ was somewhat broken for younger generations already. COVID-19 has reinforced that view in many ways. How will Millennials and Gen-Z shape the future of work?
Events over the past year have put a lens on finance and the need for faster insights and guidance amid change. That means CFOs and finance leaders need a broader set of skills, writes Workday’s Steve Dunne
Artificial intelligence can augment our working lives if it is introduced carefully and people are re-skilled to take advantage of their benefits.