- AI is here to stay (6 out of the 15 emerging jobs are related to AI in some way).
- Basic business operational functions are on an upsurge.
- Soft skills – oral communication, leadership and time management – account for the largest skills gap.
Like other industries, the consulting industry is being disrupted in many ways. With the rise of artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain and advanced analytics, consultants may find themselves working closely with artificially intelligent systems that can analyze huge volumes of data that are incomprehensible to the human mind. Learn more about how data analytics are changing the consulting industry – and what is perhaps the most important consulting skill going into the 2020s.
Those of us who live in the Queen City know that Charlotte is the third-largest banking center behind New York City and San Francisco. According to S&P Global Market Intelligence, the Charlotte region is home to 16 banking institutions with $2.27 trillion in total assets. So, what’s happening in the USA’s financial services sector overall?
Learn about the future of Financial Services here.
How are tech trends and FinTech affecting the Financial Services industry? Learn how here.
Are technology firms the next Financial Services providers? Let’s see what Forbes thinks here.
Finally, learn about the third way of innovation (AI and machine learning) in Financial Services here.
Last year, Microsoft purchased LinkedIn, the world’s largest networking and job search platform, for $26 billion. LinkedIn now has more than 500 million members, and its job platform hit a record 10 million jobs posted. Why did Microsoft buy LinkedIn? LinkedIn provides Microsoft with vast data to fuel its machine learning and business intelligence strategies.
Learn about the benefits of the Microsoft/LinkedIn acquisition here.
Coming soon, a new version of LinkIn’s app that will match you up with a mentor…read about it here.
Dive deeper into LinkedIn’s newer features here.