BP has created a Digital Skills Academy to develop new technical capabilities and support innovative ways of working.
Empower your user integrators for a more connected experience, says MuleSoft's Paul Crerand.
When COVID sped up Brexit - Honest Burgers turns to Workplace from Facebook to beef up employee engagement
By taking a people-first approach and using technology to reduce the admin burden during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, UK restaurant chain Honest Burgers was able to minimise redundancies, re-skill its workforce and ensure transferrable skills were put to good use
With COVID, the future of work arrived early. Unit4's Lisa Dodman explores how to adapt people management for a working world in which adaptability will be the prime competency
Rethinking what work means in 2021 with business as a platform for change, according to Salesforce's Steve Corfield.
Flying blind isn't an option for companies, writes Joe Thomas of FinancialForce - instead, use data analysis to reallocate resources and navigate turbulence
The urgency of workflow automation in pandemic times - is low-code a difference-maker? Cherwell's CEO shares field stories
I've been pushing back against low-code evangelists for years - so why not talk to a low-code advocate? But as my discussion with Cherwell CEO Sam Gilliland shows, low-code has matured at the right time. Here's how Cherwell's customers are using workflow automation - and my review.
NatWest’s head of Unix engineering says agile principles and employee-led networks can help boost employee experiences.
The pandemic's supply chain uncertainty has ignited a reshoring debate in many regions, including the U.S. Here's my review of surprising manufacturing data from SYSPRO. SYSPRO also shared data on work-from-home trends, and their own cloud transition.
The CPG giant is almost three years into a technology change programme, which has been put to the test during the COVID-19 pandemic.