As colleges and universities begin a new school year, IT leaders are focused on expanding business continuity plans to support remote work and more distance learning offerings. Kerrie Campbell, CIO at Flinders University, shares why agility is key for assisting staff and students.
Janet Duliga, chief administrative officer at the fabric and craft retailer, discusses how the business quickly shifted its operating model to meet the demand for do-it-yourself personal protective equipment.
As businesses reopen the workplace, they must ensure the continued health, well-being, and support for their employees. CY Chan, chief talent and purpose officer at Hong Kong Broadband Network, shares how his organization made the transition.
The COVID-19 pandemic likely exacerbated what we found in our global study, conducted before the crisis: The majority of professional services businesses experience competing challenges moving to real-time planning.
The global pandemic has presented businesses with extensive new challenges, but it’s also pushed them to find new and different ways of working. Joel MacCharles, vice president of learning and innovation at Bill Gosling Outsourcing, explains how his company uncovered new business opportunities through uncertainty.
Bill Gosling Outsourcing, like many businesses, had to quickly pivot from brick-and-mortar offices to a virtual workforce when the pandemic hit. Joel MacCharles, vice president of learning and innovation, shares what his organization has learned so far.
As businesses continue to navigate through the pandemic, CTOs are trying to maintain balance between business continuity and digital innovation. Ivan Ng, CTO at City Developments Limited in Singapore, shares best practices and lessons learned from his own experience.
Like Rome, high-performing teams aren’t built in a day. But, they are built from data. Greg Pryor, senior vice president of leadership and organizational effectiveness at Workday, shares how data can enable employees to do their best work.
The ability to redefine and upskill the retail workforce separates retailers who will succeed from the ones who eventually become a distant memory. Ferguson Enterprises shares insights into their approach to training and retaining their employees during a time of disruptive change.
As the world’s first convenience store, 7‑Eleven continues to find innovative ways to cater to a new generation of digitally-savvy shoppers. As technology evolves, the company has a vested interest in ensuring it stays two steps ahead of its customer’s needs.