The U.S. financial services industry is one of the most complex and dynamic industries in the world. Leadership in this high-growth sector translates into substantial global economic activity and job creation.
Companies and executives working in today’s healthcare environment face challenges in many areas. Unanticipated government requirements and mandates can be difficult to meet.
Forget about driverless cars. There are experts currently working on the technology, regulatory changes, and policy recommendations needed to make “flying cars” a reality.
Mergers and acquisitions are some of the most complex business transactions that occur. Given the notoriously high failure rate, it’s understandable for business leaders to be skeptical of the value of making deals.
Co-director of the Center for the Future of Work and co-author of What to Do When Machines Do Everything: How to Get Ahead in a World of AI, Algorithms, Bots and Big Data, Ben Pring is dedicated to helping organizations and individuals understand what the workplace will look like in the future.
Welcome to our Week-in-Review series, Catalant’s roundup of all things on-demand talent, from events to newly minted reports to breaking news.
Think of the core elements of transactions in the business world — contracts, verification procedures and accounts for holding currency.
People used to think cabs were either yellow or checkered. Today, we have a smartphone app for that. Razors used to be one of two brands. Almost overnight the razor industry has been turned on its head.
Many people have likened the current milieu in blockchain technology (block-tech) to the internet in the early ’90s. Organizations built upon a foundation of block-tech have started to proliferate, as hundreds of businesses from advertising to financial services and supply chain management are actively fundraising. New blockchain organizations have started to follow a common launch protocol, establishing websites and brands, publishing whitepapers, …
Widely recognized as a thought leader in the HR field, Dave Ulrich has published more than two dozen books and over 200 articles. As both an author and professor at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, Ulrich has spent decades researching how organizations can build capabilities of leadership, agility, learning and accountability through leveraging human resources. We recently caught up …
Bestselling author of A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas, Warren Berger believes great questions are just as important as answers. Berger has spent years studying hundreds of the world’s leading innovators, designers, creative thinkers and organizations to analyze how they ask game-changing questions, solve problems and create new possibilities. We sat down with Berger to …