Business could be on the precipice of an automation explosion

Automation is hardly a new threat to workers. Long before the arrival of COVID-19 disrupted businesses, many manufacturing executives were already changing how their companies assembled products, and other industries were considering following suit. But as the global crisis has dragged on, the pandemic could be accelerating that shift. “Every time there’s a disruption it forces people to make decisions,”…

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BSP governor remains optimistic about PHL economic growth

Recovery, growth trajectories hinted in BusinessWorld One-on-One with Gov. Diokno Economies around the world absorbed the deep impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) — with closed businesses, disrupted operations, and shifting consumer preferences, among others. BusinessWorld Editor-in-Chief Wilfredo G. Reyes (left) virtually interviews Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Governor Benjamin E. Diokno about his economic outlook for 2021 and other…

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Wholesaledeals Review

Enterprises rely on their human resources, sales, and marketing departments to deliver value on a daily basis. The manager, or those employed in the Human Resources section, must work closely with those in the production team of a company to find out the requirements for temporary staffing and other needs. This assumes urgency at the time when there is most…

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Look out L.A. and New York: the migration wave lead by Gen Z and city dwellers is real

Across the nation major central business districts in cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, and Seattle remain eerily empty as employers continue to keep staff working remotely. Heading into the holidays, only 1 in 10 office workers had made their way back into Manhattan. But is the disruption caused by the pandemic—and the work from home boom—actually convincing Americans to pack…

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Dr Tigran Haas: Providing A Versatile Outlook on Impactful Leadership

To provide students with an easily accessible online version of their courses, universities are better placed in a network society in this new digital age. If for nothing, this pandemic has taught us to be localized, less wasteful, more attuned to ecological footprint, comradeship, and the importance of micro scale. Also, the new ideas for cities of the future in terms of density and spread of people and infrastructure, new office environments,…

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Private sector pushes for urgent passage of CREATE

More than 50 private sector groups are urging lawmakers to immediately enact a bill that would cut corporate income tax and streamline fiscal incentives. Legislators are set to convene the bicameral conference committee to reconcile clashing provisions in the Corporate Recovery and Tax Incentives for Enterprises (CREATE) Act passed by the Senate in November and the House version passed a…

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The Impact Of Leadership On Business Success

This paper reviews the competitive landscape of the PC and peripherals industry through analysis of the company strategy , business model, distribution channels, competencies and value chain to provide a series of recommendations for Acer's Board of Directors. By 1976, Wozniak had continued his series of innovations up to the Apple I computer, which he wanted to sell with Jobs's…

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