Forrester, projects that 70% of companies will pivot to a “work-from-anywhere,” hybrid work model in which at least a selection of employees can work anywhere at least two days a week, while spending the remaining days in an office.
As we start to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, the world can begin to look to the future with increased optimism. Our 2021 reading list reflects that forward-thinking mentality while also offering reads that encourage reflection on the tumultuous past year.
Digital computing has limitations in regards to an important category of calculation called combinatorics. Computers that are predicated on the assumptions of quantum mechanics have the potential to perform much faster, and as a result many firms are already exploring the technology.
Based on a recent survey of almost 800 global board directors, the authors highlight three overarching themes that suggest that there is still significant room for improvement when it comes to ensuring a successful digital transformation at the board level.
The efficiency of hidden waste management systems is reflected in financial accounts. Traditional waste infrastructure (landfill and materials recovery facilities) is accessible and reliable enough to still be the cheapest disposal option for many organizations, despite landfill taxes designed to encourage alternative paths for unwanted objects.