In the past, self-service used to be confined to customers fetching their meal from the restaurant’s counter and cleaning up their tables after they have finished. Today, customers do many more tasks that fall in the self-service category
Just recently, Goldman Sachs reduced the number of employees on one of its major trading desks from 500 a few years ago to merely three. The bank is making huge shifts towards more investment in technology and reducing its headcount
Recovery in Europe is picking up. In the United States, the conditions seem to be also favorable for businesses with lower taxes, with low unemployment rates providing disposable income and driving demand.
Companies have all sorts of objectives to achieve. Those can include market share, sales volume, adoption rates, innovation, cost leadership, and the list goes on.
Today’s brave new—and exceedingly connected—world needs strong leaders that can navigate the social-media landscape. These days, it’s not enough that C-suite executives learn how to communicate through social-media platforms.
Written By: Susan Smithfield – International Director In the current business environment—characterized by high connectivity and excessive reliance on digital infrastructure,…
As technology continuously ramps up its advances, more people can feel the demands of being constantly connected: that nagging feeling that the next email is right around the corner, or that the next incoming phone call could bring the next crisis needing urgent attention.