Here is round up of what we’ve been reading on What’s Changing and What’s New, and more.
- I was speaking at a conference last year, and it was interesting to hear thoughts from executives on how near or far in the future they felt about the adoption of Artificial Intelligence in their organizations. Wherever your thoughts may be on AI, the question is not if or when it is coming, but how prepared is your organization when it arrives. Check out this piece on Artificial Intelligence Is Still A Science Project In Most Companies.
- Leading change is considered a critical skill for effective leaders in today’s fast-paced business environment, and while it may be easy to relegate the responsibility for ‘leading change’ to senior leaders, that perception and requirement is fast changing for organizations who desire to be market leaders. How are you preparing to lead change in your role and organization? Here are 5 Required Skills For Leading Change.
- Whether as a key skill or a major component of your role, professionals and organizations need to stay ahead of emerging technologies, business innovations and changes, and be ready to lead and manage change. Here are another 5 Tips For Managing Change In The Workplace.
- It sometimes feels like a love-hate relationship with technology. On one hand it has increased the speed at which we are able to do things, it helps us easily find great offers and saves us time and “money”, and it just generally seems to make work and life easier. But on the other hand, it can feel like big brother or sister is watching our every move, and that organizations are invading our privacy and trying to make a profit off our data. What are our options? Microsoft CEO says privacy is a human right, and businesses should treat it as such.
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Yvonne is a Change Strategist, Catalyst and Advocate who is passionate about working with professionals and organisations to help them successfully lead and transition through change. You can learn more about Yvonne at: www.yvonnerukeakpoveta.com and connect with her on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.