These three issues could be undermining your digital transformation strategy. Here’s how to recognize and deal with them
Clearly, digital transformation is essential for business survival in a connected world. According to 2020 statistics from Gartner, 91 percent of businesses are engaged in
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Changes in machine learning and advances in automation have already changed work for many industries. Still, the COVID-19 pandemic and recent labor shortages forced many brands to rethink what the future of work will look like going forward. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recently reported a dropping unemployment rate of 4.2% during the fourth
Much has been reported about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the traditional workplace. The effects of the pandemic are expected to be long-lasting, making it challenging for companies across all industries to keep operations running smoothly. Globally, companies had to be agile and adapt to a new normal, in addition to dealing with
Artificial intelligence is shaping the future of work around the world in virtually every field. The role AI will play in employment in the years ahead is dynamic and collaborative. Rather than eliminating jobs altogether, AI will augment the capabilities and resources of employees and businesses, allowing them to do more with less. In more
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