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The Top Five Challenges In IoT Digital Enterprise Transformation (Part One)

IoT technologies, database systems, and Artificial Intelligence have all progressed exponentially in the last few years—but there remain significant challenges in people’s understanding of how digital technologies function, and how quickly business benefits and ROI can be achieved.

Read articleposted 4th March 2020
Why businesses will need to make change the new normal

Computer Weekly

Businesses will need to consider how they adapt to operating under the continued threat of coronavirus, and many will call on IT to provide support for remote access and to automate human-intensive business processes.

Read articleposted 25th May 2020
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Return to work: Automation projects move up the agenda


As businesses slowly start reopening their doors with the ongoing imperative of sticking to stringent social-distancing rules, more organisations are likely to be willing to embrace automation projects.

Read articleposted 25th May 2020
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Automation Part 3: A New Age Of Work

Silicon UK

In this final part of Silicon UK’s look at automation, we consider what the future holds for all enterprises. What should your business’s automation roadmap look like?

Read articleposted 12th May 2020
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Self-management and flexible working have never been more important

HR Magazine

Amid COVID-19 lockdown, current enforced digitisation of work may in fact catalyse digital transformation efforts in many companies and lead to a much more flexible approach to work.

Read articleposted 22nd April 2020
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Artificial Intelligence in the business world – where are we now?

Digitalisation World

In the March 2020 issue of Digitalisation World magazine, Charles Towers-Clark, along with other experts, shares thoughts about what Artificial Intelligence has to offer to businesses and whether companies are fully engaged in making the best use of AI in . . .

Read articleposted 22nd April 2020
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The WEIRD CEO and how technology will change society and work with Charles Towers-Clark

Jonny Gould’s SME Walkabout Podcast

On the Jonny Gould’s SME Walkabout Podcast, Charles Towers-Clark, together with the host Jonny Gould, discusses how companies need to rethink the way they motivate employees to accommodate the changes that will take place in technology and society over the next 15 years.

Read articleposted 22nd April 2020
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The EU’s attempt to regulate artificial intelligence could backfire


The “Wild West” of artificial intelligence (AI) needs to be reined in, according to EU industry commissioner Thierry Breton. However, regulating AI generally, rather than regulating the technology’s uses specifically, may very well be putting the cart before the horse.

Read articleposted 12th March 2020
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Automation and humanity’s future

Digital Bulletin

In an attempt to cut through the headlines, Digital Bulletin speaks with author and technology business leader Charles Towers-Clark about a future that will simply have to unite human beings with artificial intelligence

Read articleposted 5th March 2020
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Choose your own salaries

BBC News

Pick-your-own-pay schemes can lead to a huge increase in staff retention.

Read articleposted 4th March 2020
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The WEIRD Book


Book by Charles Towers-Clark

In The WEIRD CEO, Charles sets out the technological and societal changes that will take place over the next fifteen years, and explains why companies need to rethink the way they motivate employees. He outlines why CEOs and managers need to encourage Wisdom, Emotional Intelligence, Initiative, Responsibility and Development (WEIRD) to make sure employees feel fulfilment and ownership in their work – and gives a fascinating and sometimes brutally honest record of the change process his company went through.

The WEIRD CEO explains how and why we need to change, in order to deal with a new working world dominated by Artificial Intelligence.

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