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Talent Management in the Business Moments age requires redefinition

by John Kostoulas  |  March 15, 2018

In a recent conversation, an HR practitioner friend asked me: after so many years in the spotlight, is Talent Management still a topic worth researching? The answer is in every...

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Walmart's Freshness Algorithm; A Great Example of Algorithmic Retailing

by Robert Hetu  |  March 13, 2018

When I introduced the concept of algorithmic retailing two years ago my definition was simple. The application of big data through advanced analytics across an increasingly complex and detailed retail...

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What Makes AI Business Cases So Different?

by Moutusi Sau  |  February 9, 2018

          Moutusi Sau | February 9, 2018 Artificial Intelligence is everywhere right now. If you are the decision maker in your organization and have been told...

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Retail's Cost Dilemma - Replacing All That Free Customer Labor

by Robert Hetu  |  January 11, 2018

If you don't think robotic process automation (RPA) and intelligent automation services (IAS) are going to impact retail labor consider this, as digital commerce grows so does the need to...

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Gartner Shares Findings from North Pole Inc. Data and Analytics Assessment

by Doug Laney  |  December 17, 2017

Going into the 2017 holiday season, North Pole Inc. (ticker: XMAS), the leading global distributor of presents to good girls and boys, called upon Gartner to assess and advise on...

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Advanced analytics are critical for modern and effective retail assortment planning

by Robert Hetu  |  December 1, 2017

Having just completed publication of the 2017 Critical Capabilities For Retail Assortment Management Applications it's a great time to reinforce the importance of using new advanced analytic capabilities. Advanced analytics...

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What is the future of the retail store associate?

by Robert Hetu  |  November 29, 2017

A new headline drew attention today: "Automation could destroy as many as 73 million U.S. jobs by 2030, but economic growth, rising productivity and other forces could more than offset the losses according...

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