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As companies shift to remote work, their inside sales teams can become a critical resource with an expanded role within the organization.
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The COVID-19 crisis impacted women in tech differently. Midlevel women saw some benefits—but women of color, in particular, faced new challenges.
Startups face four Europe-specific challenges in scaling up.
Advanced technologies will bring big changes. Which companies will be ready to capitalize on the opportunities?
In this new resource co-developed by BCG and Microsoft, learn how these individuals—who are at the center of innovation and product development—can chart a course for deploying the technology ethically.
Companies are committing to reducing their carbon emissions, yet 91% are not accurately measuring what they emit. The good news is: AI can help.
Twentieth-century technology got us into the climate change conundrum. Can 21st-century data and digital technology help us get out of it?
Great design can create great value. Yet, few companies examine the design capabilities of a target business—or their own. Here’s how to change that.
Higher pay is the top motive for relocating. But understanding other drivers of choice can help tech hubs and employers boost their appeal to global digital talent.
On this episode of "The So What from BCG," Detroit Office Leader Neveen Awad explains why we need women in tech and shares insights from her own journey.
Only companies that create ecosystems can count on their IT service providers for innovation, a new BCG global survey reveals.
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