The events in Phoenix probably changed nothing: U.S. roads remain deadly, autonomous vehicle (AV) technology is coming regardless of protests, and Americans must decide how to integrate AV technology.
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The best distributors will leverage their current assets while investing in new capabilities such as artificial intelligence as quickly as possible.
Three leadership characteristics are necessary for an organization to shift ahead of change. Do you have what it takes to keep your business afloat?
In three years, the number of registered EVs in Kansas City grew from 800 to nearly 2,500. The electric utility spent $20 million installing about 1,200 public electric vehicle charging stations. (Chicago, for comparison, has about 300 public charging stations.)
A survey of 1,600 C-level execs in 19 countries reveals only 20 percent consider their organizations highly prepared to handle new business or delivery models. Less than 15 percent are highly prepared for smart and autonomous technologies.
President Trump's State of the Union last night informed the American public of his goals and expectations. Your company could benefit from a scaled-down version every year.
Sexual harassment is bad for business. Companies, however, can be active preventers instead of enablers.
Lower pump prices mean less interest in alternative power trains ... just not for the younger generation.
Does your company have an "employee-assistance program"? Reducing the stigma of mental health conditions can save lives — and prevent lost production at work. One in five adults experience a diagnosable mental illness in a given year, but only half seek treatment. Employees need to know it's OK to ask for help.
The number of consumers who think they'll get hacked within the next year outnumbers the number who assume they'll have a flight canceled or get in a car wreck. Consumer trust is fading.