Fri.Jul 16, 2021

How the automotive industry is accelerating out of the turn

McKinsey & Company

While the early effects of the COVID-19 crisis presented a dip in the road, car sales and production are roaring back. Trends that have been long in coming point to significant changes ahead. Automotive & Assembly Insights Automotive retailing Automotive

Quantum Computing Is Coming. What Can It Do?

Harvard Business

A guide to the next computer age. Innovation Technology Digital Article

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Author Talks: Melody Wilding on turning sensitivity into a superpower

McKinsey & Company

In her new book, Melody Wilding explores the intersection of high sensitivity and high achievement at work. McKinsey on Books

A plan for ‘wrong’

Seth Godin Blog

Infallibility is a difficult model for forward motion. It’s likely that you’re going to make an error. That you will make choices based on things you don’t know, perhaps should have known. Things will go wrong. And then what?

Going to Market Smarter in the New Economy

The fight to find new customers and retain existing ones is the biggest business challenge for many companies. Technology will continue to play a part in fostering buyer allegiance and building brands in the “new normal.” In 2021, as companies continue to move more functions online, employees will take a more virtual -- and flexible -- mindset and lifestyle in parallel to the digitization of businesses. To succeed, you must change the way you conceive and build new products as a digital business. Download the report today to discover more!

Audio Quick Take: Dell Technologies’ Arthur Lewis on How Mid-Size Businesses Can Become Data-Ready - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM DELL TECHNOLOGIES AND INTEL®

Harvard Business

SPONSOR CONTENT FROM DELL TECHNOLOGIES AND INTEL® Technology Data Sponsor Content

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How to Have Tough Conversations About Returning to the Office

Harvard Business

Create a plan — and revisit it regularly. Managing people Collaboration Difficult conversations Digital Article