As we adapt to our new environment, some of the mystery surrounding the new technology may clear.
The Women's Network brings together alumni, students and staff interested in issues affecting women and all other underrepresented groups in business. Our strength lies in the fact that we come from a variety of industries and locations around the world.
At our face-to-face and virtual events, members are welcome to invite guests, work colleagues, and contacts of their choice including men who wish to join the conversation.
Our objectives are to:
- Offer a safe place to network, learn, share experiences
- Help women grow and develop professionally.
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Alibaba's experience of using robots in its supermarkets shows people miss the human touch at work and shopping.
Mairead Brady argues now is the time for marketers to re-assess their strategy as restrictions ease and a new post-pandemic normal begins.
As AI replaces important tasks in the workplace, we need a nuanced debate about the nature of the work that remains, James Hayton argues.
"Passion" is now a regular feature of job listings, but quiet quitting is on the rise. Tina Kiefer explores how to put the joy back into jobs.
AI is becoming all pervasive and causing many policymakers to worry about its negative impact on jobs. But Jochem Hummel and his colleagues argue it can also have a profound impact on some of the world's biggest challenges.
Mattie Toma discovers that naps raise productivity by 2.3 per cent, while poor sleep can cost two weeks productivity each year.
Deborah Dean and Manuela Galetto look past the headlines to explore the recent increase in industrial action in the UK.