Future of Business stories
British firm IKAR Holdings appoints AI system to its board of directors
In a pioneering move, British firm IKAR Holdings has appointed an AI system, IKONIC, to its board of directors.
Aussie businesses resilient but risk labour shortages: SAP
Australian businesses are more resilient to major disruptions than the rest of the world, but are at risk of labour and skill shortages.
Deel's new research and policy arm hones in on global employment
Deel has announced the creation of a new research and policy arm, the Deel Lab for Global Employment. The lab will bring experts and data together.
Ivanti study reveals employee sentiments about future of work
Focusing on technologies that improve employee and IT experiences is critical for ‘future of work’ success and retaining talent.
Zoom's Sydney office pilots 'employee-led' approach to the future of work
Just 1% of Zoom's workforce wanted to work full time in an office in 2021. Now the company is piloting new 'workstyles' to improve employee satisfaction.
Cognizant names 21 locations that will epitomise the future of work
Asia Pacific cities such as Wellington, Da Nang, Shenzhen, Songdo, Haidian Qu, and Kochi have all been named as hotspots.
NZ businesses need to invest in reskilling workers to be successful
Deloitte: Only 5% of NZ firms know future skills; calls for reskilling and ethics focus.
Porirua co-working space embraces 'the future of work'
Co-working spaces are popping up in New Zealand's regions, including Porirua, as 'the future of work' takes hold.
Why manufacturers need to ensure that they invest in the right business technology
Positioning yourself for growth means looking to the future and gaining efficiencies through new technologies.
Attracting customers a major challenge for SMEs – survey
Over 5,000 exporting SMEs globally were asked to consider the online tools that help them sell internationally.
Google, Warehouse execs to speak at Future of Business event
The event is aimed at inspiring others to futureproof their business and adapt in the face of technological change.
SMEs that engage in international trade are more confident – survey
Businesses that trade internationally learn from more sources and have a higher-than-average number of business-related educational interests.