Unilever has over 400 brands that touch on the lives of billions of people around the world. It's also got some powerful digital and diversity goals.
I'm always a sucker for a robots-and-jobs debate. This time, I joust with jobs optimist and future of work expert Paul Roehrig. But Roehrig brought a LiveWorx twist, tying IoT, AI and augmented reality to the discussion.
Businesses spend billions on the stuff, and much of it does a fair bit of good, but they would do better – and save a fair slice of money – by looking to people rather than tech investment.
It's time to hand out some awards of questionable quality. This time, the winners are the 5G revolutionaries, who have fancy glasses and unlimited bandwidth for us! Where we're going, we don't need roads.
During a personal chat with Zoho CEO Sridhar Vembu, he shed light on why a fast-growing company like Zoho is still concerned with the downside of economies of scale - and what they are doing differently.
A strong start to fiscal 2020 for Salesforce as the CEO world drills down on growth and re-skilling.
How do you build a cohesive company culture? ServiceNow's Philip van der Wilt draws on personal experience to offer some leadership learnings
Salesforce International President Miguel Milano - Brexit prep is under control, but Europe's skills "catastrophe" needs an academic approach
A catch-up with Salesforce's International President against a backdrop of Brexit, venture capital and Europe's skills "catastrophe".
How do you ignore the noise and prioritize what's necessary? Workfront CEO Alex Shootman updates the Eisenhower Principle for our era of digital distraction
Skills gaps, funding innovation and asking digital transformation questions - Salesforce UK head Paul Smith tours key topics
A chat with Paul Smith, Salesforce UK General Manager, as the firm's World Tour hits London.
Citrix Synergy – Citrix tries to bury its tech beneath what do you want to do and why you want to do it
At face value this is another company offering users a 'platform' option, but Citrix looks closer to appreciating what the really involves than others. But it does have history to make this work.
At 55, strategy consultant Jukka Virkkunen 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 family-owned UK construction and engineering company is using a cloud-based recruitment platform based on behavioural science to shortlist job candidates for interview.