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Business needs to change how it manages change, says McKinsey Traditional approaches to change management no longer apply in the context of today’s faster business environment with all of its demands for immediate results and no interruptions. So say the suits at management consulting outfit McKinsey & Company, in a

McKinsey: how machine learning will disrupt the c-suite The notion of computers possessing superior abilities to human beings and displacing them isn’t new, as generations of middle managers can attest. However, a group of researchers looking at the current technology environment have some sobering observations about how ‘machine learning’ is

McKinsey: how machine learning will disrupt the c-suite The notion of computers possessing superior abilities to human beings and displacing them isn’t new, as generations of middle managers can attest. However, a group of researchers looking at the current technology environment have some sobering observations about how ‘machine learning’ is

Digital and other technologies are transforming how the world learns Australia’s education market exports $16 billion in services. Compare that with US education exports – of $22 billion – and the picture that emerges is that of a vibrant sector punching well above its weight in global terms. Indeed, according

McKinsey: how machine learning will disrupt the c-suite The notion of computers possessing superior abilities to human beings and displacing them isn’t new, as generations of middle managers can attest. However, a group of researchers looking at the current technology environment have some sobering observations about how ‘machine learning’ is

McKinsey: how machine learning will disrupt the c-suite The notion of computers possessing superior abilities to human beings and displacing them isn’t new, as generations of middle managers can attest. However, a group of researchers looking at the current technology environment have some sobering observations about how ‘machine learning’ is

McKinsey: how machine learning will disrupt the c-suite The notion of computers possessing superior abilities to human beings and displacing them isn’t new, as generations of middle managers can attest. However, a group of researchers looking at the current technology environment have some sobering observations about how ‘machine learning’ is

Sometimes you have to kick the hornets’ nest. Our report into ad blocking, subsequently picked up by leading local ad title B&T (which has run with the issue further since then) has inflamed a debate at the top levels of the advertising industry world wide. The CEO of the Interactive

When the eConsultancy/Marketo State of Digital Marketing report for Australia and New Zealand was released recently, it revealed a number of worrying trends. Not only was knowledge of digital ranked as “very poor” in 10 per cent of organisations – up from 4 per cent in 2014 – but a massive 63

Advertising big guns M&C Saatchi in the UK are currently testing billboards which read viewer’s emotions and react to their facial expressions. The billboards, which have already been displayed in London, have a hidden Microsoft Kinect camera which photographs passerby’s reactions and display different images, designs, fonts and colours depending on their