The next 10 years in car tech will make the last 30 look like just a warm-up

Cars of the future won’t take flight, but they will do a lot of things on their own. We explore how smart cars actually will become by the year 2021.

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Robots are coming for your job: new report suggests that technological change in the workplace is inevitable

However, jobs in industries related to computers, math and engineering are expected to grow.

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Robots and artificial intelligence could erase 5.1 million jobs by 2020

Robots and artificial intelligence could erase 5.1 million jobs by 2020: Davos report https://t.co/gs4x1XSVHp

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The tech revolution could change (or erase) your job by 2020

MIS Asia offers Information Technology strategy insight for senior IT management – resources to understand and leverage information technology from a business leadership perspective

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The 5 Approaches To Change Management To Understand

Discover the 5 Approaches to Change Management You Must Understand to Ensure Maximum Productivity and Efficiency in Your Business.

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5 Simple Steps to Create a New Habit that Sticks

Lots of buzz these days about habits, creating habits. Some suggest that forming habits is more important than setting goals. Why? Because your daily habits determine your long-term results, regardless of your intentions. That makes sense, right? //…

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How to get your organization to recognize the need for change

As a CIO, project leader, or IT manager, you might find it difficult to get your organization or project team to recognize the need for change, and the even greater need to control change. So, how do we handle it?

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How 80/20 Inhibits Change

Pareto’s 80/20 Law teaches us how to get the greatest results. But it can also inhibit change in organizations.

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