Across industries, intelligent machines are marching, and along with them fear. How do business leaders today promote the adoption of emerging technologies while adapting the current workforce to the work realities of the future, inspiring and training them in the adoption of new skills?
Organized cybercrime operates like a traditional business, outsourcing jobs and employing full-time professionals who serve in different roles. Take a look at eight of these roles, each integral to the success of these cybercrime gangs.
Large companies are always looking for methods to “stay hungry” and not fall into the trap of becoming an overly bureaucratic, slow-moving and vulnerable to being blindsided. So what can we learn from these companies who have experienced rapid growth but remained successful?
By Marty Graham, Contributor When radiologist and researcher Dr. Alexander Norbash made his first forays into leadership at pioneering medical research hospitals, …
Beyond being a business communications app favored by startups and creative companies, can Slack help people, in particular, women, change workplace culture? Read how some women’s experiences with the platform support the case.
Since Barbie’s debut in 1959, Mattel, has worked hard to maintain the toy’s relevance. Whether Barbie takes the form of a plastic figure or an AI-enabled hologram, see how Mattel is trying to make her a female icon worth emulating.
With the DemocracyOS app, Pia Mancini wants to upgrade democracy for the internet age, making it easier for citizens to engage in the process of government.