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How Generative AI May Fit Into Your Organization
Generative AI is topping headlines, but its impact on business strategies and processes remains unclear.
Stack Ranking Makes a Comeback
Jack Welch first popularized stack ranking at GE in the '80s. It's now seeing a resurgence, for better and for worse.
What My Firm Learned From 2 Years of 4-Day Workweeks
While I don’t think anyone at the company would want to return to a five-day workweek, learning how to make a four-day workweek work hasn’t been easy.
One Solution to the Talent Gap: Citizen Developers
With an ongoing shortage of engineers and software developers, the surge of interest in low-code technologies makes sense. But there are some areas for caution.
Meta Takes Generative AI Plunge, Google Enhances Encryption, More News
Microsoft takes a step closer to AGI while Meta takes the generative AI plunge. News from Google, Robin and Hexa round out the week.
Embrace Disruption: Leadership Lessons from Shutterstock’s Pivot Toward AI
Shutterstock was at a fork in the road: it could either stick to its business model or embrace a technology that could bankrupt its business.
Best Practices for Every Stage of Employee Experience: Stage 6, Develop
Employee experience 101: Give employees the learning and career growth opportunities they seek, and you'll get better workers in return. Here's how.
Can't-Miss Digital Workplace and Employee Experience Conferences
In-person events are back in full swing as this list of upcoming employee experience and digital workplace conferences will demonstrate.
Office Work Is a Dead Horse
If you've heard the quote about making the same mistake over and over again and expecting different results, the Dead Horse Theory will be familiar.
Collaboration & Productivity
Too Many Collaboration Apps Are Bogging Employees Down
Growing evidence shows the proliferation of collaboration apps is harming productivity. But is the problem the technology or the process?