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The Cutter Edge: Three Practices to Improve Employee Engagement, Post-Pandemic Auto Industry Recovery, and more.

Posted June 2, 2020 in
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2 June 2020

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Three Practices to Improve Employee Engagement

Engaging new generations and keeping people motivated is challenging. Explore the three practices that will release creativity and innovation, allow organizations to become nimble and adaptable, and engage employees as leaders and owners. More!

Setting the Course for Automotive Recovery After COVID-19

Although it will take two-three years for the the automotive industry to reach pre-crisis levels, advances in powertrain electrification and digitalization will coincide with buyers returning to the market. Get on course now to succeed later. Find out how!

Preparing for the Post-Corona Era: Tips for the Automotive Industry

The “new normal” for the automotive industry will look very different from that of the last decade. Discover the actions carmakers should take now to set themselves up for the new normal and win in the post-corona era. Register now!

Preparing for the Post-Corona Era: Tips for the Oil & Gas Industry

The survival and success of the oil and gas industry hinges on business model transformation. Discover the areas ripe for transformation, the digital strategies and technologies necessary to support these transformations, and more. Register now!

Call for Papers: Proactive Risk Management

Now is the time for organizations to rethink their risk management strategies. Accepting articles ideas outlining the critical components of a proactive risk management plan for an upcoming issue of Cutter Business Technology Journal! Get more info!

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