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What is “Agile at Scale”?

Darrell K. Rigby, Jeff Sutherl and Andy Noble, Harvard Business Review

By now most business leaders are familiar with agile innovation teams. These small, entrepreneurial groups are designed to stay close to customers and adapt quickly to changing conditions. When implemented correctly, they almost always result in higher team productivity and morale, faster time to market, better quality,



Artificial Intelligence

8 predictions for the near-future of artificial intelligence

Sean Fleming, World Economic Forum

At this year’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions (AMNC) in Tianjin, China, PwC unveiled a report detailing eight significant predictions for the future of artificial intelligence (AI), called 2018 AI Predictions – 8 insights to shape business strategy. No one disputes the potential impact AI will have across a wide range of business sectors,



Artificial Intelligence

How does artificial intelligence learn through machine learning algorithms?

Anirudh V K, IT Toolbox

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) solutions are taking the enterprise sector by storm. With their capability to vastly optimize operations through smart automation, machine learning algorithms are now instrumental for many online services.



Workforce of the Future

Prioritizing STEM and coding won’t fill one of the biggest gaps in education

Tara Chklovski, Quartz

When my daughters and their peers enter the workforce in 10 years, the global economy will be even more competitive, automated and technology-driven than it is today. Computing will be faster and cheaper. Artificial intelligence will be even more powerful, complemented by sensors everywhere in our environments



Workforce of the Future

Will smart machines kill jobs or create better ones?

Thomas Black, Washington Post

In one vision of the not-too-distant future, robots handle half of all work tasks, leaving legions of humans unemployed, uneasy and restive. In an alternate scenario, those same technologies revolutionize rather than reduce work opportunities for humans, raising living standards with new jobs that aren’t yet imagined.



Ways of Working

The next-generation operating model for the digital world

Albert Bollard, Elixabete Larrea, Alex Singla, and Rohit Sood, McKinsey Digital

Companies know where they want to go. They want to be more agile, quicker to react, and more effective. They want to deliver great customer experiences, take advantage of new technologies to cut costs, improve quality and transparency, and build value.



Cloud & Infrastructure

How to best secure cloud-based applications and infrastructure

TEISS

Katie Curtin-Mestre, VP of Product, CyberArk, shares advice on the best practices for securing cloud-based applications and infrastructure. Public cloud adoption shows no signs of slowing down. According to our Threat Landscape Report published earlier this year, 94 percent of global organisations use cloud services.



Cloud & Infrastructure

Cloud-native DevOps gets real with new tools

Jason Bloomberg,TechBeacon

Cloud-native computing is a paradigm shift in enterprise technology that extends the hard-fought best practices of the cloud to all of IT. In particular, this approach centers on a comprehensive abstraction that hides the complexity of hybrid multi-cloud environments from the workloads and applications that run on them.



Innovation

5 factors that will shape data-driven innovation in 2020

Martin De Saulles, CIO

The central role of data in driving innovation across many industrial sectors is now clear. No business leader can afford to ignore this trend making it imperative they understand the forces driving changes in their value chains. 2020 promises to be a challenging time for managing data-driven innovation within organizations but also



Risk Management

Addressing risk management in a digital world

Neville Armstrong, TechRadar

While digital technology has transformed the way organisations operate, it has led to a significant rise in organisational risk. The growth in mobile, flexible and internetworking and use of a wide range of endpoint devices, combined with increased software collaboration and reliance on external organisations and partners, have increased the attack surface.

 

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