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Breaking Down the 6 Pillars of Digital Transformation from the CEO’s Perspective

In Digital Transformation by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

One of the hot digital transformation trends for 2019 is the CEO taking the reins. But what does that really look like in today’s business marketplace? It’s one thing to task someone with a job. It’s another thing altogether to make sure they are prepared for it. Most CEOs are probably still saddled with questions like, “Where do I fit …

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CES and the Next Big AI Revolution

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This post is sponsored by Samsung Semicondutor US. Opinions are my own. For CES 2019 I predicted 5 overarching themes would be distinctly visible throughout the show and all of the coverage that the show receives. Those trends include 5G, Autonomous Vehicles, Flexible Devices and Growing Smart Ecosystems. However, while all of those trends were certain to be massive throughout …

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Apple Samsung Deal Was a Crucial Move for Apple

In Business and Leadership by Shelly KramerLeave a Comment

Apple’s deal with Samsung, making its iTunes app available on Samsung’s 2019 Smart TVs, was a crucial move for Apple and its future in the world of streaming media offerings. Why the Apple Samsung Deal Matters  Here’s a simple explanation illustrating why the Apple Samsung deal matters so much. I have an Apple TV device. It’s old enough it’s probably …

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Employee Benefits: Attracting New Talent and Creating Loyalty with Existing Employees

In Future of Work by Eric VidalLeave a Comment

When you’re trying to attract and keep the best employees for the job, you have to find ways to differentiate your company so it compares favorably to your competitors. So how do you do that? You can start by making sure your employee benefits are topnotch. That means they can’t just be the bare minimum, or you risk your competitors …

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Businesses Need Extreme Recruiting to Win Over the Brightest Millennial Tech Talent

In Future of Work by Steffen MaierLeave a Comment

Millennials and Generation Z are flocking to Silicon Valley for jobs. No surprise, then, that many companies outside the Valley are looking for innovative ways to attract and retain star coders in a technology-driven market. One of these is a successful new practice called extreme recruiting. A study from Burning Glass found programming jobs are growing 12 percent faster than …

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Understanding the Pending Impact VR and AR Will Have on AV Integration

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Virtual reality and the closely related augmented reality aren’t just far-fetched ideas any longer. In fact, the technologies are gaining speed, innovation starting to happen rapidly around the world. VR and AR will soon be available to all. What currently has an annual revenue of $1 billion today is forecasted to have a revenue of $30 billion by 2020 according …

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How to Prioritize Innovation in the Workplace

In Future of Work by Matias RodsevichLeave a Comment

Today one of the key challenges most companies face is being able to scale rapidly while still keeping their innovative startup edge. Startups have less decision-makers, making it easier to take the risks needed to prioritize innovation in the workplace. As these companies start to grow, they often experience a downturn in innovation as management layers increase. In fact, many …

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Debbie Madden on How to Build Diverse and Inclusive Teams

In Future of Work Talk by Shelly KramerLeave a Comment

I interviewed Debbie Madden, CEO, and Founder of Stride Consulting and author of recently the published Hire Women on a recent episode of my Future of Work Talk show. Debbie’s company is an Agile software development consultancy located in NYC and it’s the fifth company Debbie has built from the ground up. So, who is Debbie Madden? In short, she’s pretty badass. …