Daglar Cizmeci March 30, 2021 Behind all successful businesses is the maintenance and strengthening of productivity. This can be measured via employee output and system operations. In short, the more productive a team is, the more cost-effective they become as an asset and the more profitable a company should become. In light of the pandemic, … Continue reading How Can Startups Utilize Virtual Reality to Boost Productivity?
Paul Keijzer September 25, 2020 Every leader must reach a point where they look in the mirror and conduct a gut-check by asking themselves a series of honest questions. However, before getting to the hard realities, it is essential to fully understand what it takes to successfully lead people. Let’s face it, it’s not possible … Continue reading 3 Hard Reality Checks Every Leader Must Face to Succeed
Juan Ortiz August 12, 2020 Forced isolation, social distancing, travel restrictions, stagnant industries, flat sales. All of these effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic have accelerated and solidified an already budding trend towards digitalization in performance incentive programs. Digitalization – with respect to reward delivery in channel incentive and employee recognition programs – involves rotating more … Continue reading Reward Delivery in an Upended Reality
Irish Abedejos — April 11, 2020 It’s been about 8 years since I started working from home, and frankly, I can’t even imagine going back to a typical office setting. But the pandemic crisis is forcing most of us into flexible work arrangements. Companies have set up work-from-home initiatives, maintaining business continuity and productivity until … Continue reading Working From Home – Is It The New Reality?
How Will Augmented Reality Change Publishing? by Rob Williams , November 29, 2019 The New Yorker this week added a humorous augmented-reality feature to its mobile app to show the hidden thoughts of inanimate objects. The AR activation is another sign of how publishers are experimenting with the latest digital technologies to entertain and inform … Continue reading How Will Augmented Reality Change Publishing?
Hutch Morzaria — September 16, 2019 Follow @cxmaster — September 16, 2019 IT service teams have been under continuous pressure about two matters for quite some time now. On the one hand, they must to do more with less. On the other, they need to deliver superior customer service and reduce downtime. We have seen … Continue reading Separating Hype from Reality: Exploring AI in IT Service Management
Augmented Reality And The Construction Industry The construction industry has been a bit sluggish in terms of change. This is bound to change as a result of the Integration of Technology into construction operations. The construction industry has begun to appreciate the benefits of technological advancement. Professionals in construction are now capitalizing on cloud data … Continue reading Augmented Reality And The Construction Industry
Don Dalrymple — January 30, 2019 Follow @dondalrymple — January 30, 2019 Was it you or was it luck? Photo by bruce mars on Pexels.com “It manifests itself in the shape of the lucky fool, defined as a person who benefited from a disproportionate share of luck but attributes his success to some other, generally … Continue reading The Lucky Fool and Reality
The Beginner’s Guide to Virtual and Augmented Realities Virtual reality and augmented reality, they seem to be hot buzzwords which have all heard before. But what do they really mean and what sets them apart from each other? In this post we’ll take a closer look. What is Virtual Reality (VR)? In simple terms, VR … Continue reading The Beginner’s Guide to Virtual and Augmented Realities
I’ll Take Reality With Side Of Augmentation, Please by Gord Hotchkiss , Featured Contributor, (October 16, 2018) We don’t want to replace reality. We just want to nudge it a little. At least, that seems to be the upshot of a new survey from the International law firm Perkins Coie. The firm asked start-up founders, … Continue reading I’ll Take Reality With Side Of Augmentation, Please