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FinTech and Machine Learning


When people talk about machine learning they are a referring to a type of artificial intelligence that has the ability to learn without explicit programming. These programs can grow and change on their own once they know how to learn and some financial companies are beginning to use machine learning for a variety of different reasons.

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How college presidents can last in the job to create lasting change

Christensen Institute

Instituting and solidifying lasting change at most colleges and universities is not an overnight phenomenon. Understanding their success has much to teach leaders about how to manage innovation and change. Those individuals’ time in the presidencies have been measured in decades.

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A Vital Change Management Strategy Role: Sharing an Innovation Vocabulary


What are all the change management strategy roles a change agent plays? As we worked on strategic thinking exercises to explore the company’s future vision and user experience, the change management strategy vocabulary the group used was conventional, unemotional, and lacking innovative thinking. Lesson learned.

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How law firms can take governance seriously in today’s changing work environment


Briefing Magazine spoke with Dan Anderson, Vice President and General Manager at SeeUnity , an Anaqua Company, about how law firms can take governance seriously in today’s changing work environment by investing in content automation to keep their systems secure. View the original article on Briefing Magazine.

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How to Make Your Training Stick: 7 Methods to Transfer & Sustain Learning


In the latest 2021 Training Industry Report , conducted by Training Magazine, results indicated that U.S. While this increase can be attributed to various factors, it seems safe to conclude that corporations find value in offering their employees learning and development opportunities and are willing to pay a pretty penny for it.

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Learning and Real-Work Application: Bridging the Gap


An employee’s attendance at a learning event—even if he or she is actively engaged during the session—does not demonstrate learning success for the employee, his/her manager, or the organization. As I ate, two gentlemen sat down nearby and began discussing the learning event they would be attending the next day. Why is that?

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Leading in a VUCA World – One conversation at a Time

Rmukesh Gupta

I recently read a blog post by Marcella Bremer for the Leadership and change magazine. In the post she shares her learning from a talk that one of the founders of “Appreciative Inquiry” Ron Fry shared in one his talks during the Leadership Reset conference. You can read the entire blog post here.