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The 5 Attributes of a Great Human Resources Department

The 5 Attributes of a Great Human Resources Department | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it

"Some say that the antidote to bad HR is to create some hyper-vigilant, technology-driven department of super nerds who obsess about big data and organizational psychology. I hate that. And it’s not realistic.

 

So I wanted to throw out some ideas for what defines a good Human Resources department." Laurie Ruettimann, HR leader in Fortune 500 organizations.

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Escritura a mano expande más zonas del cerebro que el uso de aparatos electrónicos

Escritura a mano expande más zonas del cerebro que el uso de aparatos electrónicos | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Un reciente estudio de la Universidad de Indiana de Estados Unidos destaca la importancia de la escritura tradicional: al hacer trazos secuenciales con la mano para formar letras, se activan regiones del cerebro asociadas al pensamiento, al lenguaje y a la memoria.

El análisis revela también que experiencias desarrolladas con preescolares, demuestran que mientras éstos observaron imágenes de letras hechas o dibujadas por sí mismos frente a otras que eran impresas, se activaron zonas asociadas a la lectura y a la escritura sólo al mirar las primeras.
Carlos Fosca's insight:

Completamente de acuerdo!, por eso no le veo ningún futuro a algún dispositivo móvil que no incorpore en él la posibilidad de escritura a mano.

 

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5D Printing?

5D Printing? | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
So we’re all used to printing our objects from a build plate upwards, but what about printing from 5 different axes? This method of Additive Manufacturing is proving to have some pretty useful strengths, including strength in the literal sense.

William Yerazunis, Ph.D., Senior Principal Research Scientist of Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (MERL) has been experimenting with this technology to look at making 3D printed parts stronger. The aim for this project was to make printed parts strong in the areas where they need strength.

Conventional 3D printing creates objects in horizontal layers, and these layer create weak points. if there is a force pushing in the opposite direction of the direction these layers have been printed, such as up and through a part, it forces these layers apar
Carlos Fosca's insight:

Interesante desarrollo de la manufactura digital que evoluciona de una impresión sobre tres ejes a una que permite el movimiento del componente a imprimir sobre cinco ejes haciendo que el material depositado tenga un mejor ordenamiento macromolecular sobre sus zonas que serán más solicitadas mecánicamente.

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Google Reveals Its 9 Principles of Innovation

Google Reveals Its 9 Principles of Innovation | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
Want to know what's in Google's secret sauce? Chief social evangelist Gopi Kallayil dishes out the tech giant's success recipe.
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