Old manufacturing and supply chain jobs aren’t coming back, but three new role categories that maximize the impact of digital technologies can replace them.
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Advances in automation mean technology gurus can’t rest on their laurels.
In today’s disrupted world, artificial intelligence, platforms, and the crowd are set up for dominance. How can leaders prove their value?
Mike Walsh explains we need to pay close attention to those who will work and live in the future in order to predict what comes next.
Companies best equipped to collect, manage and leverage business and customer data in new and innovative ways are the ones who will stay ahead of the curve.
Kevin Kelly, former executive editor of Wired, shares what he believes leaders should know about the world’s inevitable digital transformation.
Do the current telepresence robots live up to the hype to improve remote employee engagement, and are they a nightmare for IT staff to manage and secure?
New Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made headlines recently when he explained quantum computing during a press event.
A new book by McKinsey and Company outlines four major forces that will transform the world of the mid 21st century.
On his recent Project Management in 2020 webinar, Gartner research VP Michael Hanford, discussed what we can expect in the profession in the years to come.