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HR execs lead the shift in business models to create an agile workforce able to meet market demands and increase their bottom line.
U.S. CEOs are actively engaged in efforts to make their organizations more resilient.
A new set of analytical and communications skills
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Global leaders describe their efforts to realize the promise of intelligent automation.
IT needs to deliver value to the business by embracing flexibility with new roles, new skill sets and new priorities.
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Learn how intelligent automation is not so much a threat to the human workforce as it is the next evolutionary step toward ever-smarter, productive, and innovative employees.
As life sciences organizations are pressed to lauch products as cost-effectively and quickly as possible, explore the advantages that intelligent automation (IA) can provide in reaching these goals.