A slowdown in digital growth perhaps, but for CEO Brain Cornell, the omni-channel transformation journey continues into new phases for Target.
Is Coronavirus the systemic shock that breaks through business inertia to catalyze multi-dimensional change?
How might the coronavirus epidemic instigate significant positive improvements for business processes and operations?
Enterprise hits and misses - Coronavirus changes the tech event game, and AI projects get a scale-down
This week - Coronavirus is changing the tech event game - will virtual events get a market push? AI projects get a scale back, blockchain gets a critique, and Salesforce has a blinder of a week. Your whiffs find journalists stepping in it.
The economic impact of the Covid-19 Coronavirus on global markets has been bracing. Yet there is a category of tech vendors that might end up on the growth side: virtual event platforms.
There's a trinity of disruptive forces coming along to disrupt the telecoms sector, says Salesforce's John Carney.
Even a soft skills advocate such as myself has to admit: soft skills are too nebulous, vague, and hard to tie back to ROI. Enter Dellbrook | JKS, and a soft skills use case that sharpens the conversation - and the ROI.
Apple has pulled guidance and Alibaba is bracing itself for problems. How much economic damage will the Coronavirus cause before the crisis is contained?
Is real-time customer feedback a dream, or a nightmare? My in-person challenge to HappyOrNot co-founder Ville Levaniemi
Before NRF 2020, I had a major axe to grind with HappyOrNot's instant customer feedback. I took my issues directly to the founder. The stakes are high: empower employees, or bruise them further via techno-feedback.
Uber's framing of gig economy regulation in terms of personal freedom - an electorally-expedient spin that talks to the wallet?
Uber didn't manage to get its desired temporary halt to AB5 in California, but the workarounds are taking shape while the wider battle goes on.
Businesses are investing more in the mobile workforce that delivers on-site service to their customers. Salesforce's Paul Whitelam outlines 5 trends to watch
"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.
Buying out-of-the-box software gets you started faster, but can you still differentiate? Choose well and you can gain a two-year advantage, writes IFS CEO Darren Roos
When two heads are better than one - complementary leadership matters for succession planning, says Gartner
Leadership confidence is low, so it's time for some complementary thinking around HR.