As we navigate in the new world of work, the role of skills is becoming a more pertinent part of employee growth. How do we understand skills within our organisation to the same level that we understand our roles? How can we understand the current state of our talent infrastructure and where we need to get to?
People are the focal point for all successful organisations and skills are looking to be the new currency as we navigate into the new world of work. How do we understand skills at the same basic level that we would understand our emails? How can you understand the current state of your talent infrastructure and comprehend where we need to get to?
Becoming a great place to work is the aim but how do we get there and what does that really mean for employees?
A consistent, yet more unique, employee experience is one that all employers are now aspiring to as employees are given the choice between home and/or office work. All employees are different, which lends to the importance of an embedded culture of hyper-personalisation to facilitate heightened engagement and bring continuous improvement to the employee experience.
What is now required is political acumen, managerial experience and personal gravitas, more than raw technology skills.
In spite of being widely used, the role of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) has only had a few decades of existence and is still evolving.
Three Axes of Discussion to Build up a Cyber Security Agenda at Board Level
A recent study by Forrester Research, commissioned by Experian, has identified the critical challenges for Telecommunication Operators (Telcos) in the face of the pandemic and growing digitisation of customer interaction. It appears that most Telcos have a clear understanding of what these challenges are and which measures they would like to take to tackle them. They are aiming to use new technologies and alternative sets of data to ensure a smooth customer journey, prevent fraud and improve efficiency.
When some people say they don’t know what to do around cyber, you may want to ask them where they have been for the last 10 years…
For a number of years, I have been puzzled by the high idea some cyber security professionals seem to have that their job is about convincing other people: Convincing users that they need to do certain things to protect themselves and their data; Convincing the Board that they need to invest more to protect the business, etc…
Artificial intelligence is a “powerful resource for any kind of organization,” researchers Prasanna Matsa and Kusuma Gullamajji write in their 2019 report on AI’s impact on human resources. “Integration of HR practices with AI based applicants definitely have a stronger impact in enhancing the organizational performance.”
In an era where attacks are increasingly more sophisticated, it is critical that the defensive capabilities you employ can collect, assemble, and interpret the data flowing through your network.
These data fragments are the building blocks of intelligence that form early warning signs that your network may be under attack and being able to identify these vital warning signs can dramatically decrease the Mean-Time-To-Mitigation (MTTM).