The new architecture enables CDOs to go beyond data-centric architectures and juggle different use cases.
Human interaction is becoming more important in today’s digital, disparate environment.
If you want to transform your corporate culture, you’ll need at least two things: distributed leadership and millennials says CDO panel
Machine learning can tone down the creepiness for HR teams.
HR leaders in 2019 will focus on building critical skills, strengthening the leadership bench and improving employee experience.
Applications will open in 2020.
Focus on culture fit and open workplace design may be at fault.
Your workplace design matters to modern workforce productivity.
Aussie companies are falling behind in their support for their workforce as job descriptions evolve and change.
It is a good time for skilled Indonesians to return and find lucrative jobs at home.
Research shows that APAC workers are willing to walk away from jobs with rigid working arrangements.
Recurring themes are on the radar for HR leaders in 2019, including #MeToo, issues around pay equity and workforce tech.
Hong Kong companies need to dig deeper into training their IT professionals or risk losing them.
The latest Global Talent Monitor shows discretionary effort and intent to stay increased in 4Q18 – the only time in 2018.
Corporate DNA, like our DNA, can be changed to fit the changing environment, thanks to AI.
Data can uncover sources of digital talent you might not consider.
The Index is already showing us that our assumptions about employee motivations are far from the truth.
How to start building a company that is truly data centric.
Shutdowns are great, albeit painful, opportunities for introspections on how we manage our employees.