AI, artificial intelligence

8 September, 2020

How understanding AI can help the board to boost business

Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the world’s fastest-growing tools for organisations large and small, and the Covid-19 pandemic has generated numerous opportunities for businesses willing to e...
Image of Covid on a digital device

14 August, 2020

How Covid-19 raises the digital stakes even higher

When Covid-19 started to threaten global health services, nations began locking down and managed to get work, local government and education online very quickly—within two weeks or so. This was poss...
fracture points in broken pot repaired with gold

19 June, 2020

Governance after the pandemic requires a stewardship approach

With lockdown now entering its fourth month, the deep longing for a return to normal is understandable as social distancing requirements continue to actively restrain the world’s economic recovery. ...
digital disruption of Covid-19

17 June, 2020

Digital disruption: how will Covid-19 affect the future of work?

The pandemic has introduced radical changes on both the professional and personal level. It has forced tens of millions of people to adopt remote working almost overnight. From education and administr...
Chess, strategy, technology, digitalisation

11 September, 2017

Strategic thinking in the age of digital transformation

It is 7am in 2025 and you’re in a driverless electric Uber car whizzing you to work in the City. You’re on Skype talking to one of your Chine...
technology, robotics, artificial intelligence, secret ned

11 September, 2017

The Secret Ned: how boards can keep RoboNed at bay

The last quarter has seen an upsurge in reported cyber-attacks and what I will call “digital drama”. It has become a mainstream issue—a bit...
boardroom, businessman, digital business, digital storm

15 August, 2017

Digital transformation: how boards can weather the storm

For more than a decade, companies have been urged to “digitalise” or risk being left behind. While many corporate leaders accept this as a reality, we argue that the impact of digita...
Antony Jenkins

8 August, 2017

Digital optimist: Antony Jenkins

The word “dystopian” is usually only used in relation to a certain genre of science fiction. But talk to the right people about the future of business, and the D-word starts to emerg...
digital strategy, business strategy, technology

27 March, 2017

Why every business needs a digital strategy

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Google

21 March, 2017

Google apologises to advertisers in move to protect reputation

Google has moved to soften the damage to its reputation over hate videos on YouTube by issuing an apology, and revealing measures to address complaints from advertisers. The statement,