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Scheduling people, facilities, production, assets, transportation and other business inputs is a daunting task. Try scheduling two or three of these inputs simultaneously and the complexity grows exponentially. Imagine you’re running a multinational company, a school district with hundreds of buses, a...

In today’s digital world, change is inevitable. The technology and processes that are currently working for your business aren’t guaranteed to work...

It’s always tough to lose a good employee, especially when it’s a member of your executive leadership team. However, as baby boomers age, losing...

Oracle’s investments in its infrastructure-as-a-service architecture, especially as they apply to helping companies move existing data center workloads...

One in four new hires leaves before his or her second year on the job. While it’s easy to point the finger at the employee for not adapting to the...

by Camilla Dahlen, Head of ISV, SAP Changing a corporate culture doesn’t happen overnight, but fair hiring practices are an excellent start toward...

Co-authored by Laura Roberts and Lenee Richards In today’s globally connected economy, the fundamental ability to find the right person for the job...

While we worry about crumbling bridges and buckling roadways, there is another infrastructure in deep need of reconstruction: the one that supports the...

Several years ago, my wife decided to get an advanced degree in psychology, and she became a counselor. Along the way, I was duly impressed by the therapeutic...

By Chris O’Connor, IBM Last year was a transformative and exciting year for the Internet of Things as we saw almost every industry invest in the...