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On the fairway and beyond, digital reality takes off

CMO Today; September 18, 2019

Whether to enrich fans’ live golf experiences or help consumers visualize products that are not easily shipped, organizations are increasingly putting digital reality technologies to work. >

Room for improvement in management review controls

Risk & Compliance Journal; September 18, 2019

Companies that scrutinize management review controls and modernize their approaches may overcome some common challenges of Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance. >

Weekly global economic update

September 17, 2019

Includes updates on the impact of the European Central Bank’s action to cut benchmark interest rates; and consumer spending in Japan ahead of October’s national sales tax hike. >

Tech leadership study: The rise of the tech-focused CXO

CIO Journal; September 17, 2019

Technology’s influence on an organization’s business strategy, day-to-day operations, and value creation can require technology and business leaders to partner across the enterprise to help ensure operational excellence and cocreate new sources of value. >

Extended Stay America CEO Jonathan Halkyard on strategy and stamina

CFO Journal; September 16, 2019

While leading the company through a multi-pronged growth strategy, the hospitality CEO builds on the strategic and communication skills he learned as CFO. >

AARP’s innovative past inspires transformation today

Risk & Compliance Journal; September 16, 2019

AARP’s Scott Frisch and Joe Pugh share insights about the organization’s trailblazing roots and its current initiatives to meet the needs and wants of an evolving membership. >

OpCX tech architecture underpins CX strategies

CMO Today; September 16, 2019

A technology framework that combines customer experience feedback with operational data could help companies build loyalty and drive growth. >

Code of ethics can guide responsible data use

CIO Journal; September 16, 2019

There’s untold opportunity in the mountains of data being amassed today but also the potential for harm, according to former U.S. Chief Data Scientist DJ Patil. >