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    1. NeustarVoice: An 'Open Letter' From Your Customer

      NeustarVoice: An 'Open Letter' From Your Customer

      You do so much to try to understand me as your customer and I really appreciate it – generally speaking. It’s why I came to have a relationship with you in the first place. From the products and services that you meticulously analyze to make sure they’re meeting my needs, through to my demographics, media consumption, shopping patterns—all of it is taken into account when you connect with me with via advertising.

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    2. WorkdayVoice: Unilever CHRO Leena Nair: How To Thrive In An Upside-Down World

      WorkdayVoice: Unilever CHRO Leena Nair: How To Thrive In An Upside-Down World

      Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automation are driving unprecedented change, and with great change comes uncertainty. How do business leaders manage uncertainty? By bringing the power of humanity back into their organizations, said Leena Nair, chief human resources officer at Unilever, who delivered the Customer Innovation Keynote at Workday Rising Europe.

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    3. SAPVoice: The Factory Of The Future Needs People

      SAPVoice: The Factory Of The Future Needs People

      The leaders of Kibar Holding know that acquiring technology is easy, but employee engagement, like love, is something that can’t be bought. “Our goal is to be the Industry 4.0 leader in Turkey” says Ufuk Özdemir, Group HR Director at this large Turkish conglomerate dealing in steel and aluminum, and exporting to over 100 countries. “The only way to achieve this goal is to have engaged employees with the right skills.

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      Mentions: Turkey
    4. Civic NationVoice: From A Philly Community College Student To White House Social Secretary

      Civic NationVoice: From A Philly Community College Student To White House Social Secretary

      Deesha Dyer, former White House Social Secretary and acting Chief of Staff at the Ford Foundation, is a guest contributor for the College Promise Campaign I don’t have the typical background for a member of the White House senior staff. I don’t hold Ivy League credentials or come from some well-connected networks. I dropped out of my university and enrolled in community college at the age of 30.

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    5. JPMorgan ChaseVoice: Here's How To Interview Like A Boss

      JPMorgan ChaseVoice: Here's How To Interview Like A Boss

      The following article is part of "The Path," a series presented by JPMorgan Chase that helps young people in their first jobs. Sure, you might be nervous, especially if it's your first time in the hot seat, but Dr. Daphne Houston, of See Talent Solutions, Inc., sees too many new graduates focusing on themselves in job interviews, rather than the job for which they're applying. "You've worked hard to get through school," she says, "but you have to demonstrate your value based on what theywant.

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      Mentions: Houston
    6. The Top 5 Performance And Management Issues Of 2018

      The Top 5 Performance And Management Issues Of 2018

      Despite all of the attention paid to these issues, many organizations have misconceptions about what they mean and how to address them, according to Jerome Gouvernel, division vice president and general manager, ADP Ventures. But Gouvernel has included them on his list of the five most crucial corporate talent and performance management issues of 2018.

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      Mentions: Spanish Spain France
    7. OracleVoice: Artificial Intelligence To Provide A Better Holiday Shopping Experience

      OracleVoice: Artificial Intelligence To Provide A Better Holiday Shopping Experience

      As the holiday gift-giving season approaches, retailers are bracing to meet the expectations of increasingly sophisticated online shoppers. Those consumers want their favorite retail sites to recognize them when they log in, know their shopping history, and offer up informed suggestions of products they’ll want to buy and promotions they’ll find attractive, even as their interests and tastes change over time.

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    8. OracleVoice: How Machine Learning Is Helping Flipboard Flip Passion Into Profit

      OracleVoice: How Machine Learning Is Helping Flipboard Flip Passion Into Profit

      The legacy of fake news has created renewed demand for reliable online news distribution. This is where Flipboard, one of the first digital news curators, is finding a niche. Launched in 2010, the Palo Alto-based news aggregator provides a digital magazine-style content platform that it claims is used by more than 100 million people each month.

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    9. CenturyLinkVoice: 5 Benefits Of Shopping Locally On Small Business Saturday

      CenturyLinkVoice: 5 Benefits Of Shopping Locally On Small Business Saturday

      The holiday season offers plenty of reminders about why it pays to shop locally. One of the most persuasive is the economic boost communities get from locally owned independent businesses. Multiple studies show that these small businesses reinvest in the local economy at a higher rate than chains do.

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    10. WorkdayVoice: 5 Ways Women in Technology Can Forge Ahead

      WorkdayVoice: 5 Ways Women in Technology Can Forge Ahead

      Throughout the year, I’ve had the incredible opportunity of attending different events on behalf of Workday that support women in technology. In February, I spoke on a panel about breaking barriers at VMware’s Women Transforming Technology conference. And just last month, I attended the 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, and participated in the panel “Changing the Game: Women in Tech” at Workday Rising.

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    11. Civic NationVoice: Rhode Island: A Small State With A Powerful Promise

      Civic NationVoice: Rhode Island: A Small State With A Powerful Promise

      The College Promise movement is building momentum nationally as cities, counties, and states are leading the way to create Promise initiatives tailored to their local communities. With the rising cost of higher education and the growing need for a more educated workforce, leaders at all levels are working to develop programs to enable students to complete their degrees without the burden of unmanageable debt.

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    12. OracleVoice: Marketers Must Embrace AI Now

      OracleVoice: Marketers Must Embrace AI Now

      We all know the saying: Half the money we spend on marketing is wasted—we just don’t know which half. Looking at Forrester and Gartner forecasts for 2018, this kind of waste is not going unnoticed. Ad budgets are in peril. Forrester concludes “ad spend will be flat in 2018 and cause a painful correction in the agency and adtech markets.” Gartner agrees that marketing budget growth has stalled, and recommends that execs proactively prepare for budget cuts.

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    13. SamsungVoice: After Being Laid Off, Designer Turned Side Project Into Distinctive Brand

      SamsungVoice: After Being Laid Off, Designer Turned Side Project Into Distinctive Brand

      Alisa Bobzien is hosting a party of one — and from the vantage point of her online presence, it’s a pretty fun event. The graphic designer, entrepreneur and Persian cat devotee is the founder of Party of One, an online shop selling cards, wall art and gifts created with a niche audience in mind: the introvert, feminist, cat lover, crafter and bookworm — or any combination thereof.

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      Mentions: Samsung Etsy
    14. SamsungVoice: Frustrated By Toy Selection, Mom Made Her Own, And Started A Business

      SamsungVoice: Frustrated By Toy Selection, Mom Made Her Own, And Started A Business

      Sometimes Melton and her shop foreman are noisily cutting the wooden toys that Melton’s business, Clover & Birch, is known for. Other times, Melton is answering emails as another employee takes a break to nurse her baby. “I started this business with a baby,” Melton said. “It’s very important to me to find a way that our families can be included while we make a living.

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    15. JPMorgan ChaseVoice: The 5 Essential Rules Of Networking

      JPMorgan ChaseVoice: The 5 Essential Rules Of Networking

      The following article is part of "The Path," a series presented by JPMorgan Chase that helps young people in their first jobs. For Ona Ekhomu, networking comes relatively easy. In fact, Ekhomu says networking helped him quickly rise through several companies, and land his current job as director of financial consulting at World Financial Group. "When it comes to the workplace," he says, "it's all about learning how to be people-conscious. It keeps on opening new doors." You can do it, too.

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    16. Civic NationVoice: Setting The Standards For Equality Through Sports

      Civic NationVoice: Setting The Standards For Equality Through Sports

      It was a big breakthrough for women and football when I broke into the world of men’s professional football as a player. However, this was not a dream I had ahead of time. I stepped up to the challenge to open that door, and I am glad I did. It was worth it because it brought the conversation of women playing football to the forefront. But, why was I the exception?

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      Mentions: Texas NFL Giants
    17. WorkdayVoice: Winning in the Age of Intelligence: A Conversation with Flex CEO Mike McNamara

      WorkdayVoice: Winning in the Age of Intelligence: A Conversation with Flex CEO Mike McNamara

      Flex CEO Mike McNamara delivered the Innovation Keynote at Workday Rising, discussing how the world has moved from the information age to the “age of intelligence,” where turning data into business insights and having a culture of agility have become imperatives. With $25 billion in revenue, including 12 industries with greater than $1 billion scale, Flex has unparalleled visibility into global business and where it’s heading.

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      Mentions: Brazil
    18. WorkdayVoice: Workday's CFO: Why I Care About Corporate Culture (And You Should Too)

      WorkdayVoice: Workday's CFO: Why I Care About Corporate Culture (And You Should Too)

      The role of the CFO doesn’t often come to mind when thinking about driving corporate culture. But given the effect that culture can have on the bottom line, this is changing. A recent Duke MBA study shows that over half of senior executives believe that corporate culture is a top three driver of company value, and reveals that it can drive profitability, acquisition decisions, and even affect whether employees behave ethically.

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    19. JPMorgan ChaseVoice: Transferable Skills Are The Key To A Successful Career Change

      JPMorgan ChaseVoice: Transferable Skills Are The Key To A Successful Career Change

      Kathy Card Beckles is the General Counsel for Card, Payments, Merchant Services and Digital Law at JPMorgan Chase. Prior to this role, Kathy led the Intellectual Property (IP) Legal group and managed a wide range of matters from IP litigation to philanthropic sponsorships. Her career has spanned across public, private and judicial sectors in industries ranging from aerospace to food to financial services.

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      Mentions: Digital
    20. Three Organizing Principles For Digital Transformation

      Three Organizing Principles For Digital Transformation

      To prepare for a future defined by disruptive IT solutions, organizations must focus on people, data and technologies. Why is it important for organizations to embrace digital transformation? Ask anyone who used to make their living running a video store, selling encyclopedias or driving a taxi. Consumer demands haven’t changed much: People still watch movies at home, look up information on obscure topics and need rides around town.

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    21. WorkdayVoice: Four Tips for Building a Talent Pool: Don't Forget the Fundamentals

      WorkdayVoice: Four Tips for Building a Talent Pool: Don't Forget the Fundamentals

      Passive candidates are really the unicorns of recruiting: elusive and unattainable. The best workers are engaged, productive, valued by their managers and peers, and in general, happy where they are. And these are the exact people I want to hire. As a company vying for the top talent in a highly competitive market, how do we attract these unicorn candidates?

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