Technologists developing cutting-edge AI products may be making incredible breakthroughs—but they may also need to communicate the value of their innovations in a business-savvy manner and possess other soft skills like communication and critical thinking. A blend of AI and emotional intelligence may be the IT skill set of the future workforce.
The myth of the complete leader—the person at the top without flaws—builds on a 2007 Harvard Business Review article on how executives can build teams that lead, innovate and succeed with a distributed leadership model, outside connections, “X-teams,” and more.
The Vatican transformed its technology to meet the needs of a digital culture. Its communication initiatives aim to convey a message of kindness so that the intended audience is able and willing to receive it.
If the workforce of the future will rely just as heavily on non-permanent workers—freelancers, consultants, and independent contractors—as it will on in-house employees, how can employers and leaders best optimize these relationships?
It takes only seven seconds for a candidate to make a first impression, and it’s often based on appearance or handshake style. TNG’s Tengai, the world’s first unbiased social interview robot, removes unconscious preconceptions that managers and recruiters often bring to the hiring process.
A large real estate firm in New York City created a private operating system to better crunch and report its data, and machine learning and mobile technology to maximize cost savings and keep tenants comfortable during all seasons.