An early evangelist for the value of artificial intelligence, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has highlighted the benefit of integrating AI into business applications for years. In his December 2018 LinkedIn Influencer post, Hurd added blockchain to the roster of technologies he predicts will be integrated
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd predicts developments in artificial intelligence (AI) will improve employee performance and the workforce experience and lead to the creation of new jobs, career training, and lifelong learning.
Finding good employees—and even more important, retaining them—are critical to your success. Excessive employee turnover can negatively impact morale and the bottom line.
A recent Oracle Modern Finance Leader blog post makes the case that chief financial officers (CFOs) need to become IT decision makers, so the CFOs traditional role of savvy financial manager shifts with new responsibilities around business-focused technology know-how.
Today’s consumers have the ability to review, compare prices, and purchase nearly any product at any time. This shift in the balance of power makes it more important than ever for companies to focus on customer experience.
In his latest LinkedIn Influencer article, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd adds new depth to his support for cloud computing, machine learning, and autonomous software. His core argument: Companies and their employees can become more productive and innovative by offloading “maintenance mode” tasks to artificial intelligence.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has identified two critical corporate trends: the rising use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace and the need for smarter talent management practices. His latest LinkedIn Influencer article combines these two topics to offer proposals for world-class hiring in an
These days, artificial intelligence (AI) is a dominant topic in the tech industry. Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has often shared his perspective on the benefits of AI for business. These views were broadly echoed in a recent OracleNEXT Podcast by guest Kyle York, vice president
Forty percent of CEOs today don’t stay with the same company for 18 months, and the average lifecycle for a CEO is about 18 quarters. Despite these statistics, I meet many people who want to be a CEO. But I don’t meet many who really
Mark Hurd joined Fox Business Network journalist Maria Bartiromo on Mornings with Maria to discuss the global economy and the job market. Hurd noted the current strength of the American economy, with midsize companies seeing opportunities for investment and larger companies pursuing long-term projects.