Register on Borderless Live on June 03 at 2pm CET, for a conversation with Peter Vermeulen and Paul Connolly, executives at the top of their chosen professions with global experience in leading Human Resources and Operations.
Following successful careers in the world’s largest life sciences company, their subsequent ‘lives’ at AMAZON and in the industrial world, have provided them with exceptional insights that challenge conventional thinking and will enable you put fresh ideas into practice in the life sciences sector and related industries.
Join us for some perspectives first-hand from executives that have experienced the best each sector has to offer.
Large-scale change efforts achieve 24% more of their planned value when a dedicated CTO oversees them, Bain data shows. There are five critical roles a CTO must play, often simultaneously: strategic architect, integrator, operator, coach, and controller. Many CTOs are in the position for the first time and often don’t have a predecessor to lean on, making external coaching or peer mentoring highly valuable.
The research by Hays, which surveyed 8,853 professionals and employers, found that most were yet to use the technology, with less than one in five workers (15 per cent) using AI in their current role, and just over a fifth (21 per cent) of organisations. The study also found that currently only 27 per cent of organisations are upskilling staff to prepare for the use of AI.
We often view creativity as something we have to let ourselves express naturally rather than something that can be forced. But one study found that receiving an instruction to be creative can, perhaps counter to this assumption, actually boost our creativity.