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X5’s CEO explains how the grocery retailer is harnessing big data, AI, and digital tools to better understand what consumers want.
As millions of electric vehicles hit the roads in the next decade, the need for fast charging will grow rapidly. To win in this already competitive market, providers must differentiate themselves.
Despite unprecedented challenges, many small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) around the world have shown remarkable resilience and capacity to reinvent themselves, write Tera Allas, Michael Birshan, Anthony Impey, Charlie Mayfield, Jan Mischke, and Jonathan Woetzel in Harvard Business Review.
Estimates indicate that eight million electric vehicles could be on the roads in Germany by 2030. Investing in fast-charging stations and managed charging will be key to upgrading infrastructure.
Taking five actions can help US healthcare payers and providers improve their engagement with consumers.
A new era for expression-system optimization has arrived, prompted by advances in genetic sequencing, editing, analytics, and automation.
Chief human-resource officers in Europe say a shift to employee-centric policies is long overdue. The pandemic is a big factor in their thinking, but process fatigue has been building for some time.
This spring marks a year since most individuals and businesses shifted wholesale to remote work. With vaccine distribution underway, we’re now looking ahead to a post-pandemic working reality. While a handful of organizations have publicly committed to being fully virtual going forward, the vast majority of us will adopt a “hybrid” office model, and for very good reason. Many employees are eager to maintain some of the balance that remote work has provided, and smart employers recognize that providing flexibility will be crucial in business continuity and talent retention moving forward.Many of the ingredients that helped businesses navigate 2020 set the table for a hybrid work model to succeed. Technical infrastructure is in place to maintain employee productivity while remaining connected to peers. The embrace of data and analytics, which was key to helping businesses anticipate market dynamics and adjust to constant change, can be applied to managing the new workplace dynamics.To read this article in full, please click here
Time is not a luxury that we have in the digital age. Businesses need to make the best possible decision in the shortest possible time, in a scalable, risk-conscious, collaborative and governed fashion. And, if that’s not asking too much, the decisions that we make today should not be based on yesterday’s situation awareness, but on the here and now.In my first blog in the Active Intelligence series, I explored how enabling cycles of rapid innovation in data and analytics is required to provide the agility and resilience needed for Digital Transformation. But how is this changing the rules of decision-making?Organizations that choose to maintain the decision-making practices supported by traditional data and analytics tools are choosing to bury their heads in the sands of the past.To read this article in full, please click here