At 55, strategy consultant Jukka Virkunnen found himself getting a little too expensive for his clients. His solution? Go back to study - then become a CIO of ambitious Finnish Robotic Process Automation player
The OECD warns that there's a widespread global crisis when it comes to getting the skills in place to thrive in a digital economy.
Focusing on the problems between functional silos (and across the value chain and its non-employee constituents) is key to delivering new levels of customer satisfaction, productivity, etc. This is the space Workfront is targeting.
Build 2019 - Nadella pitches a crowd-pleasing 'holy trinity', but stays close to the core engineer audience
Build 2019 kicked off with a CEO keynote that managed to be aspirational and practical at the same time.
Knowledge19 - ServiceNow’s Chief Talent Officer talks diversity, inclusion and why making people uncomfortable is a good thing
Diversity and inclusion is an important topic to diginomica, one we like to challenge vendors on. ServiceNow has put leadership in place to move the needle.
AI may still be a relatively young sector of the tech industry, but the same old diversity mistakes are already all too evident.
In a bid to prevent a race to the bottom for the world’s seven million digital platform-based gig economy workers, the Fairwork Foundation has been set up to rate and score firms with an eye to encouraging fairer working practices. But will it be enough?
Can Brussels do what Google can't - deliver an ethical framework for AI with which we can all agree?
Investors are starting to introduce so-called ‘Weinstein clauses’ into deals with tech-start-ups to ensure their investments are not put at risk over sexual misconduct allegations against the management team. But are they likely to make any difference?
Why social inclusion requires a collective approach to spread the benefits of digital transformation
Inclusion and diversity - empowered by technology. Some lessons learned and advice given.
Workfront becomes diginomica's first partner in the field of enterprise work management, helping organizations grapple with a proliferation of digital tools
Emerging technologies—including AI, machine learning, and advanced robotics—have the potential to automate many tasks currently performed by workers. The time to prepare for these changes is now, says an Aspen Institute report.
I sit down with Infor CEO Charles Phillips to discuss how he’s tackling the next phase of Infor’s strategy, which places people at the centre of business systems.
Brian Sommer's Digital With Impact is not a soft read. For many it might be a wakeup call, for others, it may be depressing. But for those ready to take action, it's a goldmine.