Category: GenAI

  • GenAI isn’t just eating software, it’s dining on the future of work

    September 17, 2023 | ,

    Phil Fersht caught up Paul Daugherty on the potential impacts of GenAI on enterprises and the workforce. Paul's been a bastion of AI for well over a decade and is the Chief Technology and Innovation Officer at Accenture.Read More

  • Are you stuck in a transactional workforce? Only a quarter of firms are going in the right direction with their people

    September 10, 2023 |

    If your colleagues aren't passionate about your brand, barely enjoy working with each other, are struggling to delight your customers, or grow your partnerships, this post-pandemic business climate could well see your business fall away as more adventurous, disruptive, and passionate businesses steal your mindshare and usurp your competitive position. You need to evaluate your own career trajectory and decide whether you have the appetite to be on the winning side in this emerging AI economyRead More

  • GBS (Global Business Services) is dead. Long live GBS (Generative Business Services)

    August 21, 2023 | ,

    For more than two decades, Global Business Services (GBS), the centralized service delivery model leveraging a mix of internal shared services and/or 3rd party outsourcing, has been a tried and tested modus operandi for large enterprises to save costs, drive process discipline and improve compliance.However, with the rapid advent of real generative AI capability, the current GBS model is dated, fails to deliver much (if any) value beyond cost and efficiency and has struggled to create viable career opportunities for ambitious talent.  Let’s face it, GBS is still stuck squarely in the back office and fails to provide a career track for the best and brightest to pivot their firms into the generative AI era.Read More

  • The hegemony-obsessed platform economy is scouting for credible provider partners

    August 20, 2023 | ,

    The last decade-plus has seen the ascendancy of platform businesses like Uber, Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Spotify and today, six of the top 10 global businesses by market capitalization are platform businesses. The Services for the Platform Economy, 2023 Horizons report covers seven notable providers helping their platform clients efficiently run operations, expand business, and realize value.Read More