Why – and how – you need to begin your cognitive enterprise automation initiative.

Automation doesn’t threaten jobs; it enhances job satisfaction. While 98%1 of companies are already engaged in some form of automation, their staff needn’t be concerned that robots will soon take over their work. It’s estimated that fewer than 5%2 of jobs are fully automatable. Rather than fear automation, many employees are elated when it relieves […]

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Organizations are reinventing their businesses with AI

A gap is emerging between companies that have embraced artificial intelligence (AI) and those that have not. Early adopters are using AI to rethink and reinvent their enterprises, positioning themselves to discover innovations that were once unimaginable. Those that haven’t yet leveraged AI are missing out on insights and opportunities that could help transform their […]

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In the Spotlight: Rebecca Pearce, Client Solutions Executive

Rebecca Pearce serves as a Client Solutions Executive (CSE) with IBM Talent Acquisition Optimization, leading sales strategy for the UK & Ireland and Life Sciences across Europe.

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What are microservices and why are they important?

With the continued, unrelenting expansion of customer, supplier and partner ecosystems, organizations are seeking better ways to strengthen engagement with them, and optimize their contribution to the corporate bottom line. Microservices enable digital leaders to meet the requirements of these constituents by quickly adding new functionality, making changes to and maintaining existing functions, and bringing […]

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It’s time to digitally reinvent retail

The retail industry is facing severe disruption. Ever-evolving customer expectations, advances in digital technologies, increased competition from new entrants and encroachment from other industries are all putting immense pressure on traditional, established retailers. The end-to-end consumer value chain is changing beyond recognition. The retail industry is at the vanguard of a revolution that focuses more […]

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The risk of disruption is a regional phenomenon

Nearly half of the more than 7,000 executives we’ve surveyed so far for the IBM Global C-suite Study report little to no disruption in their industries. At first, this finding surprised us. Now, we have a possible explanation for it: Some regions seem to be more affected by disruption than others. If you operate mainly […]

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Cutting Costs and Exceeding Expectations Through RPO

What is your organization’s biggest annual expenditure? If your company is like most others, your largest cost is talent.

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Reaching Passive Candidates: How Recruitment Marketing Can Help

In the first blog of this series, we discussed that most employees — even the ones who appear satisfied in their current jobs — are open to the idea of changing jobs if the right opportunity comes along.

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Who’s blazing the blockchain trail in your industry?

Hundreds of potential blockchain use cases are emerging in many industries, leading to large investments in smart contracts that involve money, health records, property records and supply chain data. Leaders across industries say blockchain could bring solutions that would disrupt current business models and create new ones. How are organizations reacting to this new technology […]

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Workforce Planning for the Healthcare Industry

Workforce issues are impacting the healthcare industry in unprecedented ways. Consider the following 5 challenges:

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Do you know what an astounding number of senior IT executives admit they’re doing wrong?

A recent research report revealed that 95% of enterprises consider innovation to be important. As a matter of fact, approximately 30% consider innovation essential to their future survival and growth. That being the case, what percentage of senior IT executives do you think would describe their current business practices as innovative? The answer is going […]

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Designing for compliance and control: Financial crime

Throughout global finance and payments, the structural burden of compliance and control in financial crime is forcing new approaches to organizational design. From the CRO to the CIO office, there is an increasing dialogue between financial institutions, governing bodies, regulators, process and technology operators to reduce detrimental impacts on business value chains, economies and international security. Designing for compliance and control, targets […]

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