Mark P. Dangelo: The Challenges of Reskilling Workforces, Part 1

With limited population growth domestically, the search for advanced technology skills must embrace aging populations and the explosion of megacities beyond our shorelines—new, continuous models of corporate education, training and partnering must be adopted.

Mark P. Dangelo: 2020—Where Are OUR Attack Points?

In this third and final article on 2020 potential challenges, we find ourselves staring into the glassy lake. The answers on what is important reside not with prescriptive solutions offered, but beneath the surface to ensure that what is undertaken aligns with strategy and the ability of innovations to be found.

Mark P. Dangelo: 2020—Where Are OUR Attack Points?

In this third and final article on 2020 potential challenges, we find ourselves staring into the glassy lake. The answers on what is important reside not with prescriptive solutions offered, but beneath the surface to ensure that what is undertaken aligns with strategy and the ability of innovations to be found.

Mark P. Dangelo: 2020—Where Are OUR Attack Points?

In this third and final article on 2020 potential challenges, we find ourselves staring into the glassy lake. The answers on what is important reside not with prescriptive solutions offered, but beneath the surface to ensure that what is undertaken aligns with strategy and the ability of innovations to be found.

Mark P. Dangelo: 2020—Where Are OUR Attack Points?

In this third and final article on 2020 potential challenges, we find ourselves staring into the glassy lake. The answers on what is important reside not with prescriptive solutions offered, but beneath the surface to ensure that what is undertaken aligns with strategy and the ability of innovations to be found.

Mark P. Dangelo: 2020—Where Are OUR Attack Points?

In this third and final article on 2020 potential challenges, we find ourselves staring into the glassy lake. The answers on what is important reside not with prescriptive solutions offered, but beneath the surface to ensure that what is undertaken aligns with strategy and the ability of innovations to be found.

Being Found: A Challenge for 2020

Enterprise leaders believe that innovation is a destination–that is misguided. The reason we use innovation now is as a tool to be found in economies that are driven by attention, technology and data. It will be, in 2020, an unfamiliar mandate.

Housing and the Holidays

Leadership during times of economic opaqueness, scary events and political drama can lack efficacy. What worked in the past is a poor roadmap into the future–whack-a-mole urgency will widen the gaps between enterprises. Innovation and automation may be the only certainties over the next 18 months.

Housing and the Holidays

Leadership during times of economic opaqueness, scary events and political drama can lack efficacy. What worked in the past is a poor roadmap into the future–whack-a-mole urgency will widen the gaps between enterprises. Innovation and automation may be the only certainties over the next 18 months.

A Conversation with Nima Ghamsari of Blend

Nima Ghamsari is CEO and co-founder of Blend, a Silicon Valley technology company empowering lenders to originate efficient, data-driven mortgages while improving the borrower experience.