Bridgewater Associates has a team of engineers working on a project to automate decision-making to save time and eliminate human emotional volatility The world’s largest hedge fund is building a piece
Is all the global talk about improving the progress of women in the workplace just hype? A comprehensive study and 10-year forecast published in London today finds that at the current rate of progress,
Digital transformation and disruption have been making waves lately across all industries. To stay relevant, companies, departments, and individuals need to know exactly where business technology is headed,
Insights from the 2016 Cognizanti journal that focuses on the simplicity promised, but not guaranteed, by digital business. It illuminates the possibilities and pitfalls, while offering concrete ideas
When organizations get into big trouble, fixing the culture is usually the prescription. That’s what most everyone said General Motors needed to do after its recall crisis in 2014—and ever since, CEO Barra
insead.edu - Liri Andersson, INSEAD Guest Lecturer, founder of this fluid world, and Ludo Van der Heyden, Chaired Professor of Corporate Governance & Professor of Technology and Operations Management at INSEAD
In the Technology Vision for Oracle 2016 we explore how Accenture and Oracle are applying their individual strengths to enable organizations to carve out their places in the digital ecosystems that are
As new technologies cause value chains to rapidly evolve and organizational boundaries to blur, human roles and tasks are also digitizing, as machines alter how knowledge work is performed. Read more:
mit.edu - Tim O’Reilly. Tim O’Reilly is the founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media and the organizer of the Next:Economy Summit. He explores the impact of technology on business, work, and society in the weekly Next:Economy Newsletter.
When I started my career I was astounded by how superhuman some Fortune 500 executives were. It seemed they were magicians. Every time they answered an impromptu question, the response was refined. Every
A large, iconic multinational is now struggling to keep growing while being chased by leaner, more aggressive competitors. To find the next wave of growth, they were taking a hard look at their bureaucracy.