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Avoid These Five Digital Retailing Mistakes

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Retailers need to understand how website features and advances in AI affect consumer behavior.

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Could AI Be the Cure for Workplace Gender Inequality?

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Artificial intelligence is beginning to replace many of the workplace roles that men dominate.

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Great Ideas Are Getting Harder to Find

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While U.S. research efforts are rising substantially, research productivity is sharply declining.

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What We’re Reading

Five Principles for Organizing Collective Intelligence

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January 3, 2018 | Theodore Kinni

A featured excerpt from Big Mind: How Collective Intelligence Can Change Our World. Geoff Mulgan’s new book provides a guide to managing and optimizing collective intelligence. The five fundamental principles Mulgan outlines in this excerpt offer a nuanced answer to the question: “What is it, at the micro and macro levels, that allows collective intelligence to flower?”

The Digital C-Suite

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Leading Change

How Effective Leaders Drive Digital Change

December 6, 2017 | Kelly Monahan, Adrianne Chmiola, and Loren Roos

Success in managing digital transformation starts with clarification of priorities, effective feedback, open development communications, and a willingness to take risks. These four behaviors, which allow employees to share ideas more freely and embrace taking risks, can lead to higher-performing teams during digital transformation.

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