The Myth of the Data Scientist Shortage
Data scientists—people who can manage and analyze big, unstructured data—were once as scarce as vegetarian dogs.
The 6 elements that make a winning team
No successful big business owner is an island.
Who’s in control? You or the Targets?
Targets can be great – they can help you understand where you are going and enable you to focus on getting there.
The Magic of Open Source Innovation through Collaboration
The best type of innovation is driven by Collaboration, says Gartner VP, Marcus Blosch.
Consultants set to embrace ‘on the go’ services
Across most industries, clients are the backbone of our businesses, and it’s important that in order to retain and go the extra mile for them, the services we offer are aligned with changes in the workplace such as technology, compliance and complex processes.
Hairy Patter and the Cursed Consultant
Recent spring-cleaning of the Source corporate loft turned up a tantalising fragment of the famed lost play…, writes Fiona Czerniawska of Source
6 myths about big data
Is your organization thinking about the best way to organize and analyze data? Here are 6 myths about big data to watch out for before you dive in.
12 tips to help you overcome your fears and be a better business speaker
Speaking in public – even about the business you love - is a widely held fear.
PA Consulting Group
DATA IN THE DIGITAL AGE
By 2020, the size of the European internet economy is expected to triple to 11% of GDP.
Build, buy or rent your IoT communications stack?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is shepherding in the next communication revolution – machines communicating with other machines – at a scale and volume unfathomable until only very recently.
Capital allocation post Brexit: Into the unknown
There is no precedent to guide capital allocation post Brexit, so don’t rely on the standard macro response, look beneath the surface for the long-term opportunity.
Cybersecurity and diversity: how KPMG widened its skills base to hire more women
All the figures indicate there is a stark gender divide across the global cybersecurity profession.
Digital Transformation Means Using Data to Enable New Approaches
Technology is central to Digital Transformation and in some respects is both a driving factor as well as being driven by the process of engineering the Digital Transformation.
Five Rules of Highly Effective BYOD Policies
Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) is booming.
Siemens Corporate Shared Services
‘Our Technology Is Our Ideology’: George Siemens on the Future of Digital Learning
What does it mean to be human in a digital age? Some people researching education technology might not spend their days wondering how their work fits into this existential question—but George Siemens isn’t "some people".
After Brexit: It’s Time to Model Your Supply Chain
Given the situation, what can supply chain professionals do in the face of this uncertainty? Keep calm and do some objective analysis.
How Leaders Can Show Real Commitment to Innovation
It doesn't have to be expensive but leaders must make the effort to recognize and celebrate innovative thinking, and give staff the time to develop new and useful ideas.
Companies turning to
wellness initiatives post Brexit
Now more than ever it’s time for businesses to invest in their teams - and as we have seen over the last few weeks since Brexit this seems to be the direction that London businesses are taking for their staff.
You shouldn't need to pull a sickie to have a mental health day
Businesses need to stop penalizing employees when they legitimately take days off for the good of their mental health, and should even introduce ‘mental health home days’ to encourage loyalty, support and good communication in the workplace, according to cognitive psychologist and business neuroscientist, Dr Lynda Shaw.
Turner and Townsend
Delivering value from public assets
Publicly owned assets have become important tools for local authorities who need to generate revenue and boost local economies following the global downturn and government austerity measures.