According to Accenture, the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies on business is projected to increase labor productivity by up to 40%, and enable people to make more efficient use of their time.
As the 31st most powerful woman in the world according to Forbes, Adena Friedman, president and CEO of NASDAQ, is the first woman to lead a global exchange company. As a leader in her field, Adena looks to many other business titans for inspiration.
With Memorial Day approaching, many of us are planning to spend a relaxing day on the water over the long holiday weekend. Architectural Digest has completed a survey to find the most beautiful lake in every state in America.
Check out the list, complete with stunning images, and make plans to succumb to the art of relaxation this summer.
Finding talent to fill jobs is one of the CEO’s biggest challenges in today’s economy.
From boosting overtime to delaying retirements to doubling down on automation, CEOs are taking a variety to actions to address this ongoing challenge. Read this recent article from Chief Executive magazine to learn more.
Pat Lynes, author of “The Interim Revolution,” isn’t the only one who sees big changes ahead for the management consulting industry. Listen to this Harvard Business School Ideacast that features Clay Christensen (the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School and one of the world’s top experts on innovation and growth) and Dominic Barton (the global managing partner of McKinsey).
Traditional management consulting won’t be around in 20 years.
That’s the bold claim being made by Pat Lynes, a business transformation consultant and author of “The Interim Revolution.” Having interviewed over 100 corporate executives to gain insight into how businesses address change and perceive the management consulting industry, Pat believes our industry is a prime candidate for disruption. We agree. Learn more here.
We’ve all heard the expression “death by PowerPoint”.
We’ve all experienced the pain of sitting through yet another bullet-intensive presentation.
It’s time to rethink the business presentation.
It’s time to build your next presentation around the concept of “visual storytelling”.
Manufacturing is primed for a tech revolution that will give way to the digital factory. A look at what that means for not just manufacturers, but tech and capital goods companies. Click here to learn more.
Nobody likes a troublemaker at work. But there are people who know how to turn rule breaking into valuable contributions. Read this story about two kids at a three-Michelin star restaurant in Italy who simply wanted to order a pizza – a meal that wasn’t on the menu.