For several decades, technology has served as a core component of any business strategy. Incredible as it might seem, the stakes today are higher than ever.
The channels that business leaders use to communicate have never been greater: emails, speeches, pitches, video, social media, blogs, podcasts, newsletters, even traditional PR. Because of their multiple formats, becoming good at business communication can seem much more difficult than it needs to be.
For 2020 business data security, CIOs will feel increasing pressures as cybercriminals threaten not only data, but also the very infrastructures that they rely upon.
Open office floor plans appear to have caused more harm than good: Lowering productivity and employee morale
Salespeople spend barely a third of their time actually selling. Companies are turning to sales automation tools to help alleviate many of the manual tasks that bog down the sales process.
NYU Professor Anindya Ghose discusses China, the US, and the next generation of Artificial Intelligence business applications
Consider the following approach: pursue deals not as a zero-sum game but as opportunities to align the most knowledgeable and invested people around a shared vision for the company.