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View RALI news and insights to keep up to date with the latest on trend developments relating to future leadership capability and experience requirements and the future world of work.

New technology is changing our work and social lives at unprecedented speed and intensity. Leaps in technological advancement are nothing new, and innovation often results in incredible step changes in the home and the workplace: the printing presses of the 1400s widened access to books (and therefore knowledge) for the first time; the Industrial Revolution’s …

25th Oct 2018 | 01:10pm

By the end of this year, at least 40% of organisations are predicted to have fully staffed digital leadership teams as opposed to a single digital transformation (DX) lead to accelerate their enterprise-wide DX initiatives. The finding from IT market intelligence and advisory firm International Data Corporation (IDC) perhaps sends the clearest message yet that …

2nd Oct 2018 | 03:44pm

About 35% of current jobs in the UK are at high risk of computerisation over the following 20 years, according to a study by researchers at Oxford University and Deloitte. Go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-34066941 and type your job title into the search box below to find out the likelihood that it could be automated within the …

2nd Mar 2018 | 03:55pm

A federal judge ruled U.S. lawmakers have the power to demand records from his accounting firm, Mazars USA LLP.

20th May 2019 | 10:30pm

Over 170 companies joined forces to pen the letter urging Trump to reconsider his tariffs.

20th May 2019 | 08:40pm

It was a commencement speech for the ages: The private equity billionaire’s gift is worth $40 million

20th May 2019 | 08:00pm

Iran has accelerated the rate at which it’s enriching low-grade uranium four-fold.

20th May 2019 | 07:32pm

In short, yes. But it’s not that simple.

20th May 2019 | 04:43pm

“Wasting airtime.”

20th May 2019 | 04:35pm

Sen. Elizabeth Warren led the charge by calling for the breakup of Facebook, along with Amazon and Google.

20th May 2019 | 04:19pm