The Future of Women at Work – McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) report

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The age of automation, and on the near horizon, artificial intelligence (AI) technologies offer new job opportunities and avenues for economic advancement, but women face new challenges overlaid on long-established ones. Between 40 million and 160 million women globally may …

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How to Become a Strategic Leader – MIT Sloan Management Review

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Written by Julie Zhuo

By investing more time in three key activities, new and experienced managers alike can become better strategic leaders.

My career at Facebook started in 2006 as its first intern. Three years later, I became a rookie …

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Top 10 Emerging Skills for the C-Suite – Gartner

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Written by Jackie Wiles

Gartner TalentNeuron™ data shows that C-suite executives are increasingly expected to have both technical skills such as advanced-tech knowledge and design thinking “soft” skills.

“Every day I have to influence someone I’ve never met before,” says …

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How to Deal With Job-Search Depression – NY Times

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Written by Micaela Marini Higgs

So much of who you are is wrapped up in work, but you are more than your job.

Looking for a new job but having zero luck getting hired can be, to put it lightly, …

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Making the Most of Summer: Developing Skills Employers Want – Graduate College at Illinois

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Written by The Grad College

As you move into your first summer as a graduate student at Illinois, now is a perfect milestone to take time to reflect on your progress as a student and scholar. Over the past year, …

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Building Digital-Ready Culture in Traditional Organizations – MIT Sloan Management Review

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Written by George Westerman, Deborah L. Soule, and Anand Eswaran

Getting your company into digital shape doesn’t mean dumping everything that has made it strong.

Even though traditional companies find much to admire and learn from in the cultures of …

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You Don’t Need to Meet Every Qualification to Apply for a Job – Harvard Business Review

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Written by Art Markman

If you are a recent college graduate, chances are you have taken several classes that you believe will help prepare you for your first job. Unfortunately, most of what you need to succeed in your work …

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How To Prep Your Employees For AI Disruption – Forbes

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In 1888, the London-based accounting firm that became PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) faced a major technological upheaval thanks to the Burroughs adding machine. The first-ever mechanized calculator, an invention by William Seward Burroughs, cut the time to perform …

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Giants can dance: Agile organizations in asset-heavy industries – McKinsey & Co.

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The agile revolution is sweeping across industries, and asset-heavy companies are taking note. We explore how and where they can capture the benefits of agility while preserving safety and assurance.

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My Best Advice…for Choosing a Concentration

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By: Jyoti Devagupta

As a rising senior, I have declared a concentration in finance with a minor in economics. It took a long time to decide what I wanted to concentrate in and how it would fit into my career …

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