The integration of artificial intelligence into our daily lives is an amazing thing to look forward to, argues Roland Polzin, co-founder and CMO of Wing AI.
The coronavirus has triggered a global change for corporate travel. Considering the pandemic, the environmental concerns and the shift to remote meetings, it’s not difficult to see that the future of business travel does not look bright.
The future of lending is changing. With different technology-based ways to borrow and invest, people are turning their backs on traditional loan providers.
Ethics or profits? It’s not a question at all as businesses are supposed to adhere to ethical practices.
A crisis always offers opportunity for growth and meaning. Career development and impact coach Katie Sandler offers tips on how to grow from difficult times.
Ian Pribyl, Founder of StoppingScams.com and author of "From Nothing" shares three pointers that will significantly reduce the odds that you get taken advantage of while trying to build your online business.
Positive mind priming works because the way you “speak” to yourself internally affects the way you see yourself; the way you see yourself affects the way you act; and the way you act affects the impression others form of you.
No-code tools can help you go digital and reach your goals with the skills and budget you already have, whether you're starting or growing a business, insists Artem Ptashnik, CEO at Chatfuel.
Creative ideas are great, but only if we remember why we’re marketing something. Unfortunately, too many companies allow the creative tail to wag the dog, says Lonny Kocina.
Small business owners hit hard by this latest recession must find ways to weather the storm. Andi Gray, president of Strategy Leaders shares a few suggestions for how they can do that.
Too many companies keep their people trapped in the “old way” of working. If yours is one of them, you might not be around much longer. Ed Hess reveals seven key behaviors that are mission-critical for organizational success in the Digital Age — and a few red flags that show you might be in trouble.
Rudy DeFelice, CEO of Keesal Propulsion Labs shares a few reasons why some AI-based tools have struggled in the legal profession and how GPT-3 might be different.
When organizations lack a clear, connected, and inspiring cause, the impacts go far beyond failing short of revenue and profit potential, insists Dan Bruder, author of "The Blendification System".
Burnout isn’t just about work. For many of us, our jobs might be the place of sanity, and it’s home life that drains us. Eileen McDargh shares four burnout busters for working from home.
If you are experiencing tension and issues that involve gender, race and ethnicity, a place to look is how diverse is your leadership team, says Bruce Hodes, author of “Front Line Heroes“.
Building an infrastructure for the current work-from-home, virtual office reality can be a challenge for many companies. Eric Schurke, VP Operations at VoiceNation shares his thoughts on how to adapt for a long-term strategy no matter what the next five years may bring.
At the end of the work day, it’s important to decompress before stepping back into your home life. Robert Glazer shares 4 tips so you’ll end the workday happier, more accomplished, and less worn down.
When deployed properly, artificial intelligence (AI) can offer significant aid to healthcare providers and patients. Patrick Howie, Founder and CEO of MediFind, shares how.
With the combination of top-notch artificial intelligence and human understanding, the decision is not between a technology investment or a full-time hire anymore — it can be a mixture of both, says Roland Polzin, Co-founder of Wing AI.
There are numerous benefits of having a diverse team, but not everyone knows how to build a team of experts. Hank Frecon shares his experience with his company Source Digital.
Modern capitalism inherently makes it harder for companies to adapt to technological changes the larger they get. And COVID-19 has exponentially accelerated the way things were going, points out Jospeh Heller, CEO & Founder of The/Studio Technologies.
The coronavirus pandemic has been a time of uncertainty and panic, but also a period of opportunity and evolution. Southeast Asia is at an intersection of change where many traditional industries are forced to adapt to the new normal, beckoning a new digital industrial revolution.
Internship programs can be a springboard for both young professionals and the companies that hire them, argues Kristy Campbell, COO of Rev1 Ventures. Virtual internship programs may be the way to go.