Susan Galer

legal, lawyers, tech, digital transformation

Legal Tech Disrupts The Industry: How In-House Lawyers Can Fight Back

27-Apr-2017 | Susan Galer

Faster, better, cheaper are the new imperatives for in-house legal teams as corporate budgets shrink and advanced technologies break new ground. Instead of spending hideously expensive hours fine-tuni

diversity in procurement

Why You Should Bring Diversity Into Procurement, Where It Belongs

21-Apr-2017 | Susan Galer

Many companies agree that diversity is a good thing, but connecting buyers with minority-owned suppliers has long been a challenge. Rod Robinson, CEO of ConnXus, founded his company out of his growing

What Happens When CHROs Make It To The Boardroom

14-Apr-2017 | Susan Galer

While “C-suite” may start the acronym CHRO, the truth is too many chief human resource officers don’t have a credible seat at the highest decision-making echelons of the company, namely the boar

To Get Past Blockchain Hype, We Must Think Differently

12-Apr-2017 | Susan Galer

Blockchain hype is reaching fever pitch, making it the perfect time to separate market noise from valid signals. As part of my ongoing conversations about blockchain, I reached out to several experts

Supply Chain Risk Managers Must Be Fuzzy, Or Fail

7-Apr-2017 | Susan Galer

I’ve been eager for the chance to inject the fashionable word “fraught” into one of my blogs for a while, and a recent conversation about supply chain risk presented the ideal opportunity. Du

How Women Will Achieve World Domination In The Workplace

7-Apr-2017 | Susan Galer

Lisa Skeete Tatum, founder and CEO of Landit, is refreshingly unapologetic about what she wants women to achieve in the workplace, and how she’s helping them get there. “We create a personalized

3 Ways To Fight Back Against Hyperconnectivity Overload

30-Mar-2017 | Susan Galer

Despite the hoopla about always-on, social connectivity, too many workers are falling victim to collaborative overload. Results from a global survey of over 4,000 executives and employees found most c

We Need To Smarten Up About The Hidden Impact Of Connected Cars

9-Mar-2017 | Susan Galer

Smart cars—whether self-driving, autonomous, or connected—represent the biggest opportunity for manufacturers and their employees since Henry Ford’s first Model T rolled off the assembly line mo

Public Sector Research: 3 Ways To Solve The Leadership Crisis

6-Mar-2017 | Susan Galer

According to a new Oxford Economics study, the only way the public sector can close a looming leadership gap will be through major investments in digital training and technology. While two-thirds of s

HR, digital transformation

Here’s What Superstar CHROs Are Doing In 2017

3-Mar-2017 | Susan Galer

Pity the uninformed chief human resources officer (CHRO) desperate for a clear path to workforce bliss in 2017. Innovations like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning promise unheard-of pr