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October 2014
Almost every organisation has suffered from the adverse effects of broken promises and poor group motivation. Symptoms of poor employee engagement, these issues are driven by deep-rooted psychological factors and can be extremely difficult to manage. Moreover, they can have a significant detrimental impact on long-term performance. Offering a long-overdue solution, the arrival of social...
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Freddie McMahon, Director of Strategy and Innovation at Anomaly42 looks into how Smart Data and AI are being used to transform decision making for big business and combat those major money laundering players that are successfully bypassing the controls of financial institutions, especially banks. Between US$1.44 trillion to US$3.59 trillion is being laundered every year....
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By Peter High Omni-channel retailing refers to the development of a seamless approach to the consumer experience through all available shopping channels, such as brick-and-mortar stores, smartphones, tablet computers, personal computers, direct mail, catalog, and the like. There are a lot of retailers who have made an attempt to establish the Omni-channel opportunity. Most have...
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By Edmund Ingham Any business today will tell you that getting your marketing messages out there has never been easier. Knowing who will see it, and how they will respond to it, however, is an altogether more complex task. Some might call it a science.
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Bullying in the United States has taken center stage in recent years with evidence coming to light that youth who are bullied experience increases in mental health issues, negative physical performance, poor school performance, depression, anxiety and changes to eating and sleeping patterns. In contrast, those who bully are more likely to abuse alcohol and...
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These figures lay bare the gulf between the banks’ rhetoric and the reality. They confirm that bank lending to business continues to fall at an alarming rate.
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Bank of England Governor Mark Carney faces fresh setback.
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You wouldn’t dream of climbing Everest without plotting the route first and hiring a knowledgeable guide who will take you safely from basecamp to summit.
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Many resellers take care not to carry too much hardware while software portfolios expand, warns Irvin Shillingford …read more Via:: http://www.channelweb.co.uk/crn-uk/opinion/2373508/slash-those-software-suppliers
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