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Duke University - The Fuqua School of Business, Distinguished Speaker Series: Sam Allen, Chairman and CEO, Deere & Company
According to Lisa Bauer, an employment and HR compliance expert business owners often think of an HR shared services provider as someone to handle payroll, benefits, and HR-related government compliance issues and updating policies due to changing HR-related government...
IMD professors Bettina Büchel and Michael R. Wade, put forward anchored agility as a new approach for reaching the correct  equilibrium, and describe how some firms have achieved it by implementing strategies that are both locally agile and globally efficient. The key to...
Digital is about unlocking growth now. Having a clear understanding of what digital means allows business leaders to develop a shared vision of how it can be used to capture value. The authors, Karel Dörner and David Edelman, in this McKinsey...
According to Gregory Lewis, the head of Talent Acquisition at LinkedIn, Brendan Browne, confirms that using data and talent analytics has changed the way his department is perceived by the business. Will Gaker from LinkedIn’s talent analytics team and RJ...
Joel Stein reports on new research from Code Computerlove that surveyed 1,000 U.K. consumers to find out what they really think about these trend predictions; things like voice search, virtual reality, and chat-bots. That data was then compared to what’s actually making the...
  Organizational culture is the pattern of basic assumptions, values, norms and artifacts shared by organizational members. These shared meanings help members to make sense out of the organization. The meanings signal how work is to be done and...
  HR must share organisational insight about how the business works and what it does. About the impact of people, culture and leadership. Understanding the core value drivers, the business financials, gaps in the productivity and connecting the financial performance with employees...
Fifty years ago, people could only imagine the possibility of talking to their computers. Fast forward to today, and we have now gone from imagination to the technology of cognitive computing now existing. In his talk, Neil Sahota discusses the power...
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