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posted in March 2019
Platform companies need to consider and launch new services that have a very clear understanding of the needs and expectations of their target markets.
Make DevOps the culture of your organization, driven by the CEO and a team of leaders with a clear understanding of the implications and outcomes.
The growing interest in automation in the enterprise highlights the need to place humans in jobs that are best suited for humans rather than machines, and a need for continuous training.
We have a great opportunity to lay a better foundation for the future of AI if we encourage more women and people of diverse backgrounds to dive into data science and other AI fields.
Using new technologies and building products with a clear purpose in mind can help organizations connect with users in a way that is more human and more useful.
In celebrating the progress companies have made with inclusion and diversity the has to be ongoing change to create a level playing field and a culture where all colleagues feel included and heard.
Companies in the sharing economy are creating superior experiences for their customers with the aid of massive databases engineered on a global scale.
There are four common traits of executives and organizations that will be successful with digital transformation.
Beware of collaboration overload. The last thing any business leader wants is a team that is exhausted by unnecessary emails and meetings.
Tthe last century way of doing customer experience is outdated. The emergence of new technologies calls for the adoption of new processes.
As some thought leaders advocate for the recognition of access to AI as a human right, the question comes up: How could we achieve that?
If the chief data officer does their job right, they very quickly reach the point where they need to move up or out.
Happy, productive employees who are protected from burnout lead to better products and services and a thriving company.
In the same way the cell network enabled our modern mobile lifestyle, AI will drive the data age, but only if we make it boring and commonplace.
America's dedicated teachers are the key to transforming how students learn the skills necessary to fuel the US economy.