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Want to be more successful
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Executive advancement is not easy for anyone, but you only have to look at the photographs of the board of directors in a few annual reports to see that it is much harder for women.Many factors beyond our control have kept most of us out of the...
Womenlead
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Feb 27, 2020

Women, lead Australia! Why everyone needs a mentor—or a mentee?

Dr Angeline Achariya Executive Director, Innovation & Growth, Simplot Australia

Joining the first edition of the Women Lead Australia program in 2015 changed that dynamic for me, by making my learning curve just a little less steep.  My mentor Guido, a CFO based in Sydney, gave me a lot of advice that helped me reach the...
shortest path
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For the younger women I meet now, gender is less of an issue than managing particular personality types. Where they tend to struggle is not with peers but their supervisors, more male-heavy executive teams where there is not yet a lot of diversity....
Exacto
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Aug 21, 2019

HCL’s EXACTO Intelligent Automation Streamlines Bank Trade Processing

Andy Efstathiou Banking Sourcing Research Director, NelsonHall

HCL’s EXACTO Intelligent Automation Streamlines Bank Trade Processing
HCL ROAR Simplifies Billing
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At this time, the trend toward as-a-service consumption continues to grow. In a world where mixtures of on-prem as well as public and private cloud systems and applications make up the IT infrastructure, traditional operating models are unable to...
Giants
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Today’s most successful adherence programs are no longer one-way communications solely about the product. Rather, they employ a more holistic approach that encourages patient interaction.
Design Thinking
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Every patient is unique and every patient’s journey is unique. That’s why it’s important to allow the patient to drive the topics and the cadence of the engagement based on what’s happening in that patient’s journey at that particular time...
Medical
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Medical monitoring is an essential component of the clinical research process. Medical monitors provide medical expertise and oversight for the entire clinical trial, from initial study design through final study close-out. They ensure the clinical...
LSH
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Recently I had an interesting question posed to me. Someone asked me to help explain to management at his company what happens when the drug safety (DS)/pharmacovigilance (PV) group does not do a good job! Management wanted to know why they needed...
Exacto
576

Aug 21, 2019

HCL’s EXACTO Intelligent Automation Streamlines Bank Trade Processing

Andy Efstathiou Banking Sourcing Research Director, NelsonHall

HCL’s EXACTO Intelligent Automation Streamlines Bank Trade Processing
Want to be more successful
83
Executive advancement is not easy for anyone, but you only have to look at the photographs of the board of directors in a few annual reports to see that it is much harder for women.Many factors beyond our control have kept most of us out of the...
Automation Dynamic
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NetBrain & HCL's NetBOT are a Network Automation Dynamic Duo. 
NetBrain delivers network visibility and automation, while NetBOT makes networks proactive and self-aware. Read the blog to know some of the use cases on how they work...
Cisco
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Sep 07, 2018

HCL and Cisco: Blazing the Trail in Consumption Offering

Sanjay Kumar Senior Director Global Head of Business Development & Sales Strategy

The demand for public and enterprise level private cloud with flexible consumption model continues to grow. This shift in consumption is manifesting itself in everything from simple process changes to industry disrupting inventions. HCL and Cisco...
shortest path
118
For the younger women I meet now, gender is less of an issue than managing particular personality types. Where they tend to struggle is not with peers but their supervisors, more male-heavy executive teams where there is not yet a lot of diversity....
HCL ROAR Simplifies Billing
788
At this time, the trend toward as-a-service consumption continues to grow. In a world where mixtures of on-prem as well as public and private cloud systems and applications make up the IT infrastructure, traditional operating models are unable to...
Gender-Balanced Workplace
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Jul 28, 2017

The Cultural Benefits of a Gender-Balanced Workplace

Joseph Smith Director, Products Cloud Business, Singtel-Optus Pty Ltd

Professional aspirations of women are no different from that of men. Though short term measures can be deployed to address gender inequality at the top, efforts need to be made from the recruitment stage to ensure a gender balanced workforce.
LSH
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Recently I had an interesting question posed to me. Someone asked me to help explain to management at his company what happens when the drug safety (DS)/pharmacovigilance (PV) group does not do a good job! Management wanted to know why they needed...
SD-WAN
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Oct 26, 2018

How SD-WAN Enables Digital IT Transformation

Nav Chander Senior Director, Service Provider Product Marketing, Silver Peak

SD-WAN can enable enterprises to accelerate the migration from a legacy network architecture to a new business-first networking model that optimizes the WAN more effectively and economically while ensuring high throughput, performance, availability...

Want to be more successful? Better build your network.
Anuradha Khosla - Vice President, HR | May 25, 2020
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Executive advancement is not easy for anyone, but you only have to look at the photographs of the board of directors in a few annual reports to see that it is much harder for women.Many factors beyond our control have kept most of us out of the upper echelons of management, but there are a few factors that hurt us nearly as much – and those, we can choose to do something about.

 


Women, lead Australia! Why everyone needs a mentor—or a mentee?
Dr Angeline Achariya - Executive Director, Innovation & Growth, Simplot Australia | February 27, 2020
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Joining the first edition of the Women Lead Australia program in 2015 changed that dynamic for me, by making my learning curve just a little less steep.  My mentor Guido, a CFO based in Sydney, gave me a lot of advice that helped me reach the two most pressing career goals I faced at that time: to build the world’s first sector-wide, collaborative food innovation hub for the global company at which I was then working (this has now evolved into the Monash Food Innovation Centre -- an independent innovation platform hosted by Monash University), and to start a second career as a member of executive boards

For women, the shortest path to your destination may be a circle
Karen Ross - Senior Management Consultant based out of Adelaide | February 10, 2020
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For the younger women I meet now, gender is less of an issue than managing particular personality types. Where they tend to struggle is not with peers but their supervisors, more male-heavy executive teams where there is not yet a lot of diversity. I also see women being their own worst enemies sometimes by being overly competitive with each other when the real challenge is creating more opportunities for all of us.