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Drishtikone means perspective in Hindi. It represents one's view of the world.
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Harvard's Michael Porter and PTC CEO Summarize the Impact of IoT on Companies

Harvard's Michael Porter and PTC CEO Summarize the Impact of IoT on Companies | Drishtikone | Scoop.it
The Internet of Things is changing more than products, it's changing companies' operations and organizational structure too.

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#IoT #Connected #Devices #SmartDevices

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5 Videos explain the different elements that Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter and PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann see with regards to the IoT and it's impact on firms.  Important stuff to comprehend.  For instance: 

Making the Transition: “For many companies, the change from the traditional manufacturing model, to this new world of smart, connected products is a daunting organizational transformation,” says Heppelmann in his fifth video.  Yet there are techniques companies can use to make the transition, he advises. One is to form a cross functional steering committee that oversees a smart, connected products program, or initiative. Another is to form a center of excellence by drafting talent from different parts of the business to develop best practices for the broader organization. Another is the formation of a new business unit so that other business units that can then retain a strong focus on the traditional aspects of the business.

“These are all transition techniques, probably all temporary techniques, on the path to some new normal that could be years down the road by the time a company really masters where they’re going,” concludes Heppelmann 


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A history of the financial crisis from economist Alan Blinder

A history of the financial crisis from economist Alan Blinder | Drishtikone | Scoop.it
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economist ALAN BLINDER offers a history of the financial crisis — its causes and the government efforts to fight it — and provides his prescription for the work that needs to be done to prevent it from happening again.

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Nokia coming out with EOS phone with 42 megapixel sensor camera with Windows 8

Nokia coming out with EOS phone with 42 megapixel sensor camera with Windows 8 | Drishtikone | Scoop.it
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Nokia is coming out with a Windows 8 phone which will be a game changer.  It will be based on the optical technology and sensor used in Nokia 808 PureView.  It will boast of 42 megapixel sensor in the camera with more enhanced optics than the 808 Pureview.   After the 808 Pureview came the Nokia Lumia 920, which focused on on low-light photography via optical image stabilization (OIS)—another first for a mobile device!

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Guaranteed Success formula for Protesting in India: Play Aggressive-Victim, Gather numbers, threaten to blow up the city with riots

Guaranteed Success formula for Protesting in India: Play Aggressive-Victim, Gather numbers, threaten to blow up the city with riots | Drishtikone | Scoop.it
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We are sensitizing the public at large towards a certain behavioral pattern by what we react to and how we react to it.  The manner and the intensity leave a trail in people’s minds.

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Secret Pakistan: How Pakistan has deceived the West and the World to spread terror globally

Secret Pakistan:  How Pakistan has deceived the West and the World to spread terror globally | Drishtikone | Scoop.it
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Secret Pakistan is a two part documentary by the BBC first aired on 26 October 2011. It included claims by mid-ranking Taliban commanders that they had been taught bomb-making by Pakistan’s intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence, and suggestions that the ISI had tipped off high-ranking Al-Qaeda figures about imminent American attacks.   One wonders what more proof people need for Pakistan’s double game with the world?

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Harvard's Michael Porter and PTC CEO Summarize the Impact of IoT on Companies

Harvard's Michael Porter and PTC CEO Summarize the Impact of IoT on Companies | Drishtikone | Scoop.it
The Internet of Things is changing more than products, it's changing companies' operations and organizational structure too.

Via ManufacturingStories, Richard Platt
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ManufacturingStories's curator insight, September 21, 2015 2:04 PM

#IoT #Connected #Devices #SmartDevices

Richard Platt's curator insight, September 21, 2015 2:39 PM

5 Videos explain the different elements that Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter and PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann see with regards to the IoT and it's impact on firms.  Important stuff to comprehend.  For instance: 

Making the Transition: “For many companies, the change from the traditional manufacturing model, to this new world of smart, connected products is a daunting organizational transformation,” says Heppelmann in his fifth video.  Yet there are techniques companies can use to make the transition, he advises. One is to form a cross functional steering committee that oversees a smart, connected products program, or initiative. Another is to form a center of excellence by drafting talent from different parts of the business to develop best practices for the broader organization. Another is the formation of a new business unit so that other business units that can then retain a strong focus on the traditional aspects of the business.

“These are all transition techniques, probably all temporary techniques, on the path to some new normal that could be years down the road by the time a company really masters where they’re going,” concludes Heppelmann 


Definitely review all of the videos

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Burkha for Babies: Fatwa by Saudi Cleric

Burkha for Babies: Fatwa by Saudi Cleric | Drishtikone | Scoop.it
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According to Daoud, dressing infants and children in the traditional Muslim veils would reduce the sexual molestation of minors, though the cleric did not cite any evidence for his view.

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Women work more in Indie Films than in Hollywood: Discrimination?

Women work more in Indie Films than in Hollywood: Discrimination? | Drishtikone | Scoop.it
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New Study shows  more women are working in independent films than in Hollywood.

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Cremation is the Hottest Trend for handling the dead in the US

Cremation is the Hottest Trend for handling the dead in the US | Drishtikone | Scoop.it
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Cremation is the hottest trend in the US now.  As more and more people find the benefits of cremation and the Catholic Church has become more lenient, the percentage of the dead being Cremated is on the rise.

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Banning of Vishwaroopam shows Jehadi takeover of Indian Polity and Judiciary

Banning of Vishwaroopam shows Jehadi takeover of Indian Polity and Judiciary | Drishtikone | Scoop.it
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I have seen the movie, and honestly I have been kept wondering what argument can anyone have against the movie?  What is the reason to even criticize it by the Muslims?

 

I am convinced beyond any shadow of doubt that those who are pressing for ban or going along with it, have violence and Jehad firmly entrenched in their hearts – both Hindus and Muslims.  Whether you let the devil go berserk and don’t do anything hiding behind your so-called “inability to do anything” or you actually go out and bomb on the orders of the devil – you are basically in the same boat.  Any distinction is only verbal.

 

One wonders if it is indeed the play of power that the Jehadis are displaying as the Indian polity and judiciary capitulates?  Because that is precisely what it is.  Jehadis need not fight a war to defeat India.

 

Ladies and Gentleman, India (polity, Judiciary, and executive) stands defeated.

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