Talent and Workforce

Today’s transformation. Tomorrow’s reality.

When neurodiversity works

Written by Dayna Sargen | September 25, 2019 | Business Operations, Talent and Workforce

The IBM Ignite Autism Spectrum Disorder delivers ASD workers' unique and unparalleled talents to a range of technical needs. ...read more

How an app designed for people who are blind could solve a global skills shortage

Written by Jordan Teicher | October 24, 2018 | AI, New Normal, Talent and Workforce

Kilroy Blockchain's AI-powered Riley app was designed to overcome sight-related barriers. But it could soon be used to train workers around the world. ...read more

The aging workforce will retire soon. Is the utilities industry ready?

Written by Rich McKay | April 3, 2018 | AI, Energy, Environment and Utilities, Talent and Workforce

The aging workforce is already becoming an issue in many industries. The energy, environment and utilities industry is no exception. How can companies prepare? ...read more

Made in China? Try made in Nigeria, Poland, and the US

Written by Rich McKay | November 9, 2017 | Business Operations, Manufacturing, Talent and Workforce

By 2020, the world’s most competitive manufacturing economy won’t be China — but the U.S., followed by China, Germany, Japan, and India. How are these countries making it happen? Strong investments in talent and technology. ...read more