HBR Articles

Building a culture that embraces data and AI

By:
Thomas H. Davenport

“Many organizations aspire to have cultures that embrace data, analytics and AI, and other new technologies, but few make specific attempts to create such cultures,” writes Thomas H. Davenport in this HBR article.

What happens when teams fight burnout together

By:
Tony Schwartz, Rene Polizzi, Kelly Gruber, and Emily Pines

What happens when teams fight burnout together

By
Tony Schwartz, Rene Polizzi, Kelly Gruber, and Emily Pines

Despite the fact that many companies are offering more employee wellness initiatives, like yoga rooms and gym memberships, burnout remains an issue as employees are driven to produce more, better, faster results.

To prepare for automation, stay curious and don't stop learning

By:
Tiger Tyagarajan

What will make a career sustainable in the Fourth Industrial Revolution? Tiger Tyagarajan, CEO of Genpact, makes a case for continuous education and life-long learning in this HBR article.

The two big reasons that digital transformations fail

By:
Mike Sutcliff, Raghav Narsalay, and Aarohi Sen

The two big reasons that digital transformations fail

By
Mike Sutcliff, Raghav Narsalay, and Aarohi Sen

In a survey of 1,350 global leaders, most reported poor returns on their digital reinvention investments, primarily due to an inability to scale digital innovations beyond the pilot stage, according to research conducted by the authors of this report.

When waterfall principles sneak back into agile workflows

By:
Steve Blank

It’s not uncommon for organizations undergoing an agile transformation to get stuck somewhere in the middle. This is known as AgileFall – where you try to be agile and lean but traditional waterfall development techniques keep sneaking back into the process.

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Submitted By Kevin Neifert
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It can be difficult to find time to make ongoing, incremental improvements within IT. Thales North America CIO Kevin Neifert shares how his organization made it a priority.

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