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The war for talent waged over the past decade may soon appear as minor skirmishes compared to the battle ahead to capture the hearts and minds...Read more
Cryptocurrencies - transforming payments
Cryptocurrencies have emerged over the past decade as a new means of conducting financial transactions independent of national or regional currencies or central bank control. Questions remain over the security and reliability of Bitcoins and 'altcoins' but momentum continues to gather behind digitally encrypted currencies as a game-changer for the global payments industry and the way the world thinks about financial services.
Revolution not evolution
Digital technology is transforming our world and these dynamics have instigated radical change within the financial services sector as a whole in recent years. For Scottish Widows, as a provider of pensions, insurance and investment solutions, this means keeping pace with shifting consumer behaviours and habits as customers now want access to services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without exception.
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Logistics is an industry with a long history, but some of the latest trends and innovations in the field are redefining the context in which companies like the Deutsche Post DHL Group operate. For us, finding new ways to improve our services and anticipating the needs of our customers has never been more essential.
Big data has the potential to transform HR, enabling systematic talent hiring, development and retention. Tim Payne, head of KPMG's people and change practice, explains how organisations can make use of analytics and what dangers they need to watch out for.
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