Tagged: Creative

How to Think Differently About a Flexible Workforce

Posted on October 12, 2017 by Leapros Human Resources · Creative · Hiring · Staffing

In today’s rapidly changing business environment, companies that rely solely on full-time employees are finding they have neither the skills nor the agility to sustain success. For instance, 40 percent of U.S. companies can’t fill their open positions, according to a McKinsey Global Institute study that found that analytical, engineering, and management roles are the hardest to fill.

How CIOs can master key tech trends to drive change

Posted on March 16, 2017 by Leapros Information Technology · CIO · Creative · Innovation · Technology

Accenture’s 2017 Technology Vision examines opportunities for CIOs to harness technology to help workers achieve more.

How CIOs can drive digital innovation through collaboration

Posted on March 18, 2016 by Leapros Information Technology · Big Data · Creative · Innovation

CIOs drive innovation by building digital awareness, forming digital innovation teams, and creating innovative opportunities in the form of new products and services. This three step approach accelerates the innovation cycle and optimizes the leveraging of information and technology for competitive advantage.

Why Chief Human Resources Officers Make Great CEOs

Posted on November 25, 2015 by Leapros Human Resources · Analytics · Creative · Leadership · Management

According to this research article, except for the COO role, the executive whose traits were most similar to those of the CEO was the CHRO.  The researchers asserted that in our modern economy where attracting talent, creating the right organizational structure, and building the right culture are essential for driving strategy, the CHRO’s experience makes a leader more likely to succeed at those tasks.

How big banks use tech to attract savvy consumers

Posted on July 29, 2015 by Leapros Information Technology · Creative · Culture · Innovation · Talent

Large, established banks and financial institutions are moving away from physical branch locations and toward technologies such as mobile payments, wearables, social media and gamification to enable remote interactions.

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