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Sky rocketing risks caused by escalating numbers of smart and dumb things connected to the internet can break you in four ways:
This article, reprinted by permission from the publisher, Wolters Kluwer Arbitration blog, was originally published online by KAB January 27, 2019.
We tend to see the legal profession as resisting change when it comes to technology. Yet, many law firms tend to prove us wrong and we have the research to prove they are on the right path. This article compares the legal thinking of ‘Technology Leading’ organizations with both ‘Transitioning’ and ‘Trailing’ organizations respectively. And where you stand depends on where your tech head resides…
The theme this year for UN World Autism Awareness Day was Assistive Technologies, Active Participation.1 So could this and other similar events lock arms with the future of work? I eagerly think so. Here’s why…
I feel living within the IT industry right now is like living in the middle of a storm with many disruptions. We hear repeatedly how IT companies are transforming themselves while at the same time driving the transformation of customers, whose own challenges are shaking the pillars for so called more traditional IT businesses. Our words in fashion, are becoming a popular part of our jargon – agility, digital business models, ecosystems, etc..
Tim Cummins, President of IACCM says IACCM's accomplishment in producing the Contracting Standards "exceeds my wildest dreams -- a truly exciting development and it moves IACCM to a very new level of credibility and contribution..”
The following is reprinted by permission from European Financial Review Oct 2018
Risk management is obviously about looking forwards, scanning the uncertain and unclear future in an attempt to discern what awaits us. It offers businesses, projects and individuals a “forward-looking radar”, identifying threats to be avoided and opportunities which might be captured.
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