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When it comes to the perception of risk, CEOs globally are concerned by the pandemic, followed by cyber security. According to a recent report by PricewaterhouseCoopers, ESG and the Climate Crisis appear to be a lesser concern to executives, where more than half of the CEOs surveyed left out climate

Australian C-suite executives are far more concerned than their global counterparts about adapting to new business models able but have no intention of investing long term in the digital capabilities required to build new business models. Further reading – COVER STORY: After A Year Of COVID, CEOs Say Digital Acceleration

The perceived risk of artificial intelligence is linked to people’s location and profession, according to a new study, with those in the West typically much more concerned about the technology. In contrast, less than one in ten people in China say AI will be mostly harmful, and the majority believe

Fears of geopolitical instability may impact the global offshore services market, as sourcing, procurement and vendor management executives review their options to mitigate risk, according to Gartner. According to the report “Mitigate Offshore and Nearshore Service Delivery Location Risks Created by Geopolitical Instability” the offshore outsourcing market has been relatively

Modern inventory systems have come close to perfecting the just-in-time ideal, whether delivering rubber window wiper blades to the manufacturing floor of a Toyota plant at just the right moment, or filling the hot chicken cabinet at your local Woolworths with only so much cheap and tasty, high fat protein

The Wall St. Journal wrote in a March 1, 2019 article that the Need for AI Ethicists Becomes Clearer as Companies Admit Tech’s Flaws. I’m all for ethics being applied to an uncharted technological domain that could have tremendous consequences. But what’s being described sounds more like “AI business risk

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There are three things companies can do to mitigate risk when applying Artificial Intelligence according to the latest McKinsey research. However, before applying solutions, it is vital first to understand what the risks are and the drivers behind them.  In the report called Confronting the risks of artificial intelligence the McKinsey Global Institute

It will take an organise-wide effort to recognise and mitigate the potential risks of applying advanced analytics and artificial intelligence to business operations, according to a new report from McKinsey & Company. While the emerging technology could deliver a massive economic boost and improved customer outcomes, trusting machines to make

Faced with the prospect of major fines and reputational damage, an increasingly fragmented landscape of privacy regulation is putting senior executives on edge. Concerns about rapidly accelerating privacy laws and their associated regulatory burdens was identified as the top emerging risk that organisations face globally, according to Gartner’s latest emerging

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Compliance is a growing concern for marketers but risks can be minimised with good marketing operations, according to Jon Williams, senior vice president international, Aprimo. “Most marketers work under some form of compliance, and really what we try and do with good marketing operations is to make that as easy