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Boston Program Changes Lives One Weight At A Time

BOSTON (CBS) – Before the work day begins, business professionals at Boston Consulting Group are getting the opportunity to change lives and enhance their own through a non-profit called Inner City Weightlifting. 326 more words


Women represent growing segment of oil and gas workforce

By Heesu Lee and Tsuyoshi Inajima

Ryu Bokyoung is confident she can do anything a man does in the sprawling Ulsan refinery in South Korea, be it scaling 100-m steel towers or working through the night when repairing the plant. 976 more words


Boston Consulting Group, New York City, by Gensler

The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) enlisted Gensler to create a radically different work environment, complete with a robust mobility program. With collaboration and flexibility at the forefront, the design team created a work environment that fosters a strong, connected community and encourages creative, team-oriented problem solving. 59 more words

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Elegant Simplicity with your System at Work

This is the concluding part of a talk that I gave at the 18th ASPLI Summit at Sugarland Hotel in Bacolod City last September 21, 2017. 1,564 more words

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How Artificial Intelligence Is Revolutionizing Business In 2017

  • 84% of respondents say AI will enable them to obtain or sustain a competitive advantage.
  • 83% believe AI is a strategic priority for their businesses today.
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July 2017: Consulting M&A Update

By Ramone Param, Associate Director, Equiteq

DXC Technology acquires Microsoft Dynamics 365 specialist Tribridge

DXC Technology made its first acquisition after forming in April following the merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services unit of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.  558 more words

No deal: Snapdeal would rather launch a Snapdeal 2.0 than merge with Flipkart

It is official: The biggest potential deal in Indian e-commerce is off.

On July 31, the months-long talks of a merger between two of India’s largest domestic e-commerce players—Snapdeal and Flipkart—came to an end. 412 more words