Most companies sabotage their own innovation processes without meaning to. I've noticed five tell-tale signs of this syndrome, which I recently described during a talk to the Columbia Media Forum. 1. Innovation is episodic.
Men are just as interested in risk taking and leadership as women, but realistically, women and men have different views about taking risks. With that in mind, here are some nuggets of actionable knowledge.
2012 - Big Data: End of the World or End of BI? Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 12:00 PM EDT/11:00 AM CDT/9:00 AM PDT/4:00 PM UTC
According to some, the world will end at the Winter Solstice this year. If not, it’s certainly time to take a closer look at Business Intelligence (BI) and ask: “After 20 years, is it still fit for purpose? Can it deliver the type of support needed for decision-making in the next decade?” We are witnessing the birth of a new “biz-tech ecosystem,” where business and technology have become symbiotic and collaborative behavior is the norm. In this environment, decision-making is very different from what is supported by today’s BI.
This webinar explores the emerging ecosystem and poses some interesting challenges for BI vendors and implementers in 2013... Assuming we’re all still here...
What you’ll learn about: The meaning and emergence of the biz-tech ecosystem The re-convergence of operational and informational systems Data, information and knowledge – reopening Pandora’s Box Millennials and team decision making – the whys and wherefores Architectural models for 2013 and beyond
Twitter Inc. expects to generate at least $1 billion in sales in 2014, two people with knowledge of the matter said, indicating that the blogging service will grow about twice as fast as some analysts now predict.
From board rooms to "brogrammers," men still dominate many corners of the tech industry, where the pantheon of famous founders — from Hewlett and Packard to Jobs to Zuckerberg — is still a boys' bastion.
You can't force fit your existing business model into Facebook. Focus on providing relevant value and integrating social into the DNA of your business. (You Can’t Fake Relevance in Social Media, Business or Life!
"He's one of my best employees. He always puts in ten-hour days, sometimes much more." Is this how your boss judges you and your colleagues? Probably yes, according to a 2010 study published in Human Relations.
Is there one indicator of great leadership that shines above all others? I believe there is. Brace yourself. Actually, it is quite simple. The litmus test for great leadership - in my humble opinion - is the degree that you...
The hype around Big Data is growing to deafening proportions, fueled by the prospect that tools now exist that can let small businesses reap the benefits that companies like Google, Amazon, and Facebook so obviously enjoy from mining vast...
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