Marcy Klevorn, President of Ford Mobility, discusses how she leads through digital transformation and inspires a culture of innovation.
What’s the secret to promoting new ideas in your workplace? Take a look at the lessons learned from accounting firm, Moss Adams, who have successfully cultivated a culture of innovation and now regularly receive hundreds of innovative ideas from their staff.
What happens when there is an increasing number of software development jobs available but not enough skilled workers to fill them? One American start-up, Andela, found the answer in Africa and over the last few years has been developing tech talent primed for integration into the world’s best tech companies.
The role of Chief Robotic Officer is one of the fastest growing roles in the tech world. But when and why do you need one and how do they fit into your C-suite?
There is a perception that if you make a product sustainable, it somehow of less quality or worth. But try telling that to Nike who identified sustainability as a source of innovation and made it a profitable revenue stream.
Most organizations need major mindset shifts to survive and thrive amid rapid technological change. And reverse mentoring is emerging as a popular way to break people out of their decades-old established ways of working.
E-waste is a global and accelerating problem, with several barriers to finding solutions. But in every problem, there lies opportunity in solving it. Take a look at a few creative solutions for tackling e-waste.
Groupthink may be the death of innovative culture, yet many companies shy away from conflict and disagreement. Read how inviting and understanding different perspectives leads to innovation, and discover the strategies to cultivate this “creative abrasion.”
Today, millions of women support their families and communities by working in the global supply chains of global companies. By supporting and educating these women in areas of health, personal finance, and gender equality, businesses can help advance the state of women, while expanding their own opportunity for growth.
Futurists have long envisioned a brighter tomorrow, full of AI helpers and automated environments that run on the sound of our voice. Now that we stand on the edge of that reality, it’s time to realize what it requires of us to make this new world work. With immense possibilities on the horizon comes expanding responsibility. Businesses need to act now to transform their IT, workforce and security to stay ahead of the curve.
Hiring a diverse workforce is smart business. Yet even with the best intentions, hiring decisions can still be influenced by personal factors we may not even be aware of. Fortunately, AI technology is gaining momentum in the recruitment field and is beginning to tackle the issue of unconscious bias.
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?