U.S. companies are overspending an estimated $12 billion on commercial software each year. Here is how software license optimization programs and solutions can significantly change that scenario.
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Eric Brandt, Broadcom CFO and Executive Vice President, gives a presentation that outlines key steps in becoming a strategic and innovative CFO.
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In his presentation Aleksander will draw on his experience accumulated across a number of organisational settings to talk about what he perceives as blockers and pitfalls to unlocking creativity and breakthrough thinking. He will then share his views on what we as innovation leaders can do to overcome some of these challenges touching upon mind-set, organisational set-up and tools to foster a Consumer centric innovation culture.
Aleksander is a global marketing executive and brand builder with experience in FMCG and retail. Throughout his career at Kraft Foods, Reckitt Benckiser and Yum! he has led several iconic brands and fostered innovation at various organisational levels including a role as global head of innovation for Reckitt Benckiser’s laundry detergent portfolio.
Confidence remains high in the stability of the human resource (HR) profession, and although job opportunities have been flat since the start of 2015, there is increased faith among HR professionals that they can land new jobs in their field, if necessary, according to the Society for Human Resource Management’s HR Jobs Pulse Survey.
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Re-entering the workforce after time off can feel overwhelming. If you’re looking to get back into a career after some time away — and you’re feeling outnumbered by a swarm of millennials — here’s how to improve your chances of landing the job.
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Don’t limit the potential of others or the potential of your business by micromanaging. Here are a few ways managers can be more productive.
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