At Fjord, we work across domains like media, health care, retail, education, and banking, and the work always involves an element of “new.” A new platform or technology, a new business proposition, or new target users.
Holly MacDonald's insight:
Always good to watch trends and consider the impact on organizational learning.
Things are changing very rapidly. Moore's law, the stubborn force beneath the reinvention of the planet, continues its relentless doubling. As learners, we need to know how to figure out what to learn and how to learn it.
The latest development comes from researchers at the Centre of Microsystems Technology at Ghent University, who've developed a prototype lens with an embedded, spherical curved LCD that isn't limited to a paltry amount ...
Could a group of individuals—operating with a common purpose—have a kind of cognitive carrying capacity? Just as the individual working memory seems to have a limit, perhaps an organization of people would too.
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