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The new way leading companies are thriving in this hyper-competitive world without hiring expensive talent

The new way leading companies are thriving in this hyper-competitive world without hiring expensive talent

Millions of companies throughout nearly all industries are making the huge error of not preparing their employees to compete in the drastically changing workplace.  New technologies are coming out and changing the work landscape forever. And as a result of these technological advances, it’s expected that 54% of the world’s workforce will need to completely […]

Closing the business capability gap in the context of COVID-19

business capability

The status of building business capabilities  When it comes to building long-term business resiliency, understanding and defining business capabilities is a core component of the conversation. Business capabilities refer to developing skills, knowledge, and processes necessary to enact change to perform and maximize an organization’s core functionalities.  Some examples of common focus areas for business […]

Agile beyond the office: Creating Agile teams on the frontline

Agile teams

Despite its roots in software, the tried-and-tested Agile methodology has benefits across sectors and organisations. Although now there is certainly widespread adoption beyond IT, there is still very much the perception that Agile is an internal practice; that is, not enacted by customer-facing workers. However, companies are beginning to see the value of Agile on […]

Why on-demand talent can plug the skills gap in digital business transformation

skills gap in digital business transformation

Digital is shaping the global marketplace. The evolution of technology is only getting faster; where once people marvelled at the humble fax machine, now, consumers expect high-clarity calling and 4K content streaming wherever they are. Meanwhile, businesses transfer terabytes of data every minute via highly secure fibre network connections. This is even more so the […]

Why you should consider being a freelancer instead of a full-time employment: Part 3

freelancer

This article is an interview with one of the Outvise freelancer members, and it is the third part of our Why you should consider being a freelancer instead of a full-time employment series. The importance of external support when starting off as a freelancer can also confirm one of our Outvise Experts Nils Kramer, since […]

Why you should consider being a freelancer instead of a full-time employment: Part 2

gig economy

This article about the Gig economy is the second part of our “Why you should consider being a freelancer instead of a full-time employment“. Companies all over the world already realized a “brain drain” towards self-employment and are taking actions against it, like offering more flexible work schedules or other incentives apart from the fixed […]

Why you should consider being a freelancer instead of a full-time employment: Part 1

Freelancers

Freelancing – The path to Happiness? In times of quarantine many of you might have had some time to think about values in life and of future opportunities or past decisions that have been made. What is important to you in life? Happiness? Then you should consider that it is official: “Freelancers are the happiest […]

Machine learning requires different skills

Machine learning

Machine learning is a class of artificial intelligence methods that allow a computer to learn how to solve a problem by precedents. In simpler words – a set of approaches and algorithms that deploys historical data to search for specific patterns and uses these patterns to solve specific problems. There is often confusion in the […]

Managing a multi-generational team: The definitive soft skills list

soft skills list

Generational diversity in the workplace is growing. Certainly, diversity in all its forms is inherently beneficial; with a variety of perspectives, businesses can nurture collaboration, facilitate mentoring and drive innovation. However, there is a potential for conflict. Different generations can have clashing values and viewpoints, work ethics, and communication styles. Therefore, management needs to have […]

Transforming people management in the digital era

people management

Digital technology has been a powerful force of change in every sector; just look at how Uber reshaped the global transportation industry in less than a decade. Today, this change is only accelerating, and although markets transform rapidly, it can take organisations far longer to adapt. To stay relevant, organisations need to develop new approaches […]

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