A new breed of leader is emerging with an ability to imagine innovative ways to use machine intelligence to transform organizations—and reinvent the world. Futurist Mike Walsh explains.
When introducing their creative ideas to supervisors, employees use a dual approach consisting of both idea enactment and influence tactics.
China is no longer 'the workshop of the world'. Its ambition is to be the global leader in commercializing new technologies. However, there are differing views of its true innovation capabilities.
When technology creates the possibility for a better customer experience than is currently being offered, trapped value accumulates. Here's where to look for it
India is not a paragon of efficiency at all, but it certainly has learned how to manage with less, and that is something the west can learn from
From data privacy to bias to ethics, teaching machines to behave intelligently raises a number of difficult issues for society.
Libra Association to create Libra—a simple global currency and financial infrastructure that will empower billions of people
The stereotypes people hold of individuals carry over into the world of work, with significant implications for vocational choice, recruitment and selection.
Who stands to benefit? And, who is at risk of being either burdened or potentially put at risk by the use of these technologies?
Linda Hasenfratz of Linamar on ways to create a company that will continue to grow and be successful over many, many years