In the late 1930s there was, especially in the US, a growing number of, mainly female, employees hired to do calculations. This was a time when typewriting was an important task in offices and typists were often organized in typing pools. Similarly,… Read more
The future is our hands explains Andrea Macarie (IMA member). Read the full article here.
Eth Lloyd is respected ambassador of the administrative profession and currently Chairman of the World Administrators Summit (WASummit) Advisory Council. In 2018 the WASummit takes place on October 24/25 in Frankfurt, Germany. w@o recently… Read more
Read here the interview with Diana Brandl in Executive Secretary Magazine.
There is an old saying that a first-class Assistant can make an average Executive look very good, but an average Assistant can make a first-class Executive look very bad indeed. This is very true, and it suggests most forcibly the essence of… Read more
Every day we experience the impact of the evolution of employment and skills in the age of AI (artificial intelligence). There is constant pressure for companies and governments to address the ways that artificial intelligence is positively changing… Read more