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When you look at a talent analytics report, do your eyes start to glaze over? Human capital means dealing with people, not numbers, right? Not exactly.
After the tragic passing of the American icon Prince, speculations have cropped up about what will happen to his music catalog and other assets. Having left no will, or direct heir, the issue of what will happen to his estimated 250 to 300 million net worth is not a simple one.
Are you curious to know how other CMOs leverage content to improve the customer experience? In this upcoming webinar, Omer Minkara will describe how they do it and the results they achieve.
This article will focus on the nuances of the maritime domain, as shipping supply chains are cutting corners and jeopardizing their safety and security, adding risk to the goods being transported.
In this video, learn about the emerging WebRTC technology, and how companies are using it to dramatically improve customer experience across the board.
Preparing to market or sell to the worst people can actually make it easier for you to communicate with the best people.
Senior Aberdeen analyst Howard Adamsky has researched HCM in healthcare as an outsider. Today, he shares his insights as an insider, and demands that we strive for more than “good enough.”
Simulation has helped product designers to release more innovative offerings, open up new market opportunities, and ultimately, fuel top-line growth for the business.
In order to get to a higher level of data quality, and thus, usable insight, organizations should focus on these three key activities.
Twitter’s alarming customer attrition and disappointing Q1 earnings have spurred rumors that the social media company is a target for a buyout. However, Twitter’s CFO, Anthony Noto, has other ideas to improve the company’s performance.
Perimeter security is no longer sufficient for protecting sensitive or confidential data – especially in light of hackers’ demonstrated, repeated ability to breach network security.
Dan Lyons is out there currently promoting his new book, Disrupted. I had a chance to talk to him about the writing process, the state of brand journalism, and, of course, Steve Jobs.
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