Leadership skills are a hot topic in today’s conscientious business environment. It seems as if articles and studies are split in half; half on universal leadership skills and the other half on industry-specific leadership skills. So, the question is: Are leadership skills specific to each industry? Do industry differences drastically change the competencies managers need in order for their companies to thrive?
In the digital age, companies of every size and scale need adequate data infrastructure to leverage their data assets. Graph databases are revolutionary in their flexibility. They can process and analyze mass amounts of complex and interrelated data (i.e. messy data).
Employee engagement used to be viewed as an add-on, only to be dealt with once all other aspects of a company were fully developed. Now, it is recognized as integral to a companies’ success. Rather than being an add-on, it is recognized as the life of an organization. Every leader should be concerned with engagement levels among their employees.
Modern financial institutions are facing a massive influx of data. While this is advantageous for customer and market insights, monitoring cyber-security of this data requires an amount of analysis beyond the capabilities of any single department. Not only is this a human resources issue, it is extremely costly.
Regulation Technologies use cloud computing though SaaS, and they are rising to meet these challenges. RegTech helps businesses comply with data and privacy regulations effectively and cost efficiently, in addition to protecting from fraud and cyber security risks.