The Competitive Imperative of Learning

Today’s central managerial challenge is to inspire and enable knowledge workers to solve, day in and day out, problems that cannot be anticipated. Source: The Competitive Imperative of Learning Please like & share:

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Words Matter

Words Matter by Christopher Saleh – March 6, 2017 Certain words even matter more when it comes to reporting innovation. Words such as “Game Changer”, “Revolutionary” and the use of such words matter. As an innovation enthusiast, for me seeing these words used to come across tremendously exciting. But, lately It is being a bit […]

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How To Cut Your Email Time In Half

Be more productive with your time. Remember, it’s the little things that when they add up, they become disruptive. By Kevin Kruse – Contributer at Forbes  Would you like a simple way to dramatically cut the time you spend on emails? According to a survey conducted by the McKinsey Global Institute, office workers spend 2.6 […]

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Is the Future Desktop a 40’’ Tablet?

Source: Huffington TechPost by Grégory Roekens, Chief Technology Officer, AMV BBDO There isn’t a day that passes without an article talking about the demise of PC and desktop computing in favour of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. While it’s pretty obvious this is happening for ‘casual’ computing like browsing the web, shopping, sending […]

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NASA Inventions You Didn’t Know They Created

Whenever NASA’s budget comes up, critics invariably ask what benefits the space program has provided to ordinary people. Quite a few, as it turns out. Source: NASA Inventions You Didn’t Know They Created Please like & share:

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Technology at work promoting Democracy

By Christopher Saleh – May 23, 2016 As we are in an election year to choose the next president of the United States, I started looking to see if technology has made any progress in providing simple, efficient and unbiased tools for the general population and average voters, or even first time voters to get […]

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Contact Lens Computer: Like Google Glass, without the Glasses

MIT Technology Review https://www.technologyreview.com/s/515666/contact-lens-computer-like-google-glass-without-the-glasses/   For those who find Google Glass indiscreet, electronic contact lenses that outfit the user’s cornea with a display may one day provide an alternative. Built by researchers at several institutions, including two research arms of Samsung, the lenses use new nanomaterials to solve some of the problems that have made […]

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Cloak and Wi-Fi Protector VPN – VPN Apps | Netted

Save yourself from untrusted Wi-Fi networks with Cloak for iOS and Macs, and Wi-Fi Protector VPN for Android. Source: Cloak and Wi-Fi Protector VPN – VPN Apps | Netted Please like & share:

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Here’s how Steve Jobs would Sell a Pen

This post originally appeared on Quora, as an answer to the question, “If Steve Jobs was handed a pen and asked “Sell me this pen,” how would he go about it?” The purpose behind any product is to bring positive emotions to its user.  We can break down the main positive feelings a pen brings: […]

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Apple Watch Elevator Pitch: Forget the Sublime. Focus on the Mundane | John C Abell

Apple Watch Elevator Pitch: Forget the Sublime. Focus on the Mundane | John C Abell | LinkedIn. By John C Abell  – Senior Editor, LinkedIn ● Ex Wired ● Recovering Reuters Columnist ● Founding editor, reuters.com     Apple taketh, and Apple giveth back.   One of the great ironies of technology is that an […]

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