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Nasdaq’s board diversity rule is here - but new research shows underperforming firms more likely to oust board members from diverse backgrounds This article is sponsored by:

Nasdaq is requiring that companies listed on the US stock exchange disclose their ethnic and gender makeup. The move comes as new research shows that when times get tough, diversity priorities go out the window.

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The race to shape customer engagement in the metaverse This article is sponsored by: Zendesk logo transparent 250x150px

As companies navigate how to interact with customers in a new realm, analysts predict that one industry above all others will be a prominent force in the metaverse - customer support. Matthias Goehler of Zendesk looks at the details.

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Enterprise hits and misses - big tech earnings underwhelm, but where do we go from here? Plus: metadata matters, and Meta struggles This article is sponsored by:

Big tech earnings are a mixed bag - what can the numbers tell us about what's next? Meta is a mess, but is this good news for an open Internet? Plus: the future of the office is far from clear. Your whiffs include Facebook choosing AI algorithms over your friends.

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ServiceNow softens short-term guidance due to macro headwinds, but is bullish on future success This article is sponsored by:

ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott said that the demand environment for software is durable and consistent, but some deal cycles are taking longer in the current macro environment.

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How "extraordinary" workplaces will win at business This article is sponsored by: Unit4 logo with tagline 250x150px

Organizations that don’t pay attention to their people will always face competition from companies with bigger wallets. To attract and retain talent, businesses need something extra. Kirsty Graham of Unit4 has three steps for creating lasting relationships with your people so you can win at talent.

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Enterprise hits and misses - digital nomads polarize the future of work, Web3 gets a new critique, and AI gets an open source boost. This article is sponsored by:

This week - the future of work debate polarizes around digital nomads, and return-to-office die hards. The tech and practice of customer success comes into focus. Web 3.0 is deconstructed, and tech marketing speak gets mocked. As always, your whiffs.

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The day of the digital nomad - why organizational implications accompany the 'anywhere worker' This article is sponsored by:

‘Anywhere workers’ have emerged as a new kind of digital nomad category. But while many employees are keen to give this kind of lifestyle choice a go, employers really do need to weigh up the risks.

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Web 3.0 and the creator economy - a seismic shift, or a hype festival for enterprises to ignore? This article is sponsored by:

I've had a chip on my shoulder about Web 3.0 for a while. Now the creator economy hype has reached a fever pitch - and it's time to air it out. Also: when it comes to NFTs and creative talent, should the enterprise care?

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ServiceNow’s Gina Mastantuono on why CFOs are uniquely positioned to drive the ESG agenda This article is sponsored by:

ServiceNow CFO Gina Mastantuono says that companies that aren’t investing in environmental, social and governance strategies will struggle to see growth in the future.

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