2020 is the beginning of another decade that will bring about massive technological advancement. The ’20s will see us heading into the workplace and homelife revolution. Whether you like it or not, businesses will be forced to adopt and implement the new wave of tech.
Did you know that as human beings, we have two distinct mindsets? The growth and the fixed mindset. It might be luck, as to which one you’re born with, but it can determine the trajectory of your life, and define your character—whether you’ll be the person who stands tall in the face of adversity or
Storytelling: It’s something we all know. It needs no introduction. From a young age, all the way up to the present day, you’ve enjoyed stories and narratives that make the boring, day-to-day repetitions a little bit more engaging. And, as we cascade towards the quarter-mark of the 21-century, every industry is looking toward the future.
After many years working in consultancy, there’s one thing that I can tell you as a matter of fact, without any sort of statistical sources: not everyone finds their perfect job straight away. And that’s okay. Everybody works at their own pace, and it could take a while to find the right role for you.
Today, I can guarantee that there will be at least two people thinking up a scheme for the “next best thing,” the innovation that will—supposedly—revolutionize an industry. The problem is, to launch these great ideas, you usually need fairly deep pockets to succeed – money, money, money. Traditionally, one of the best methods to obtain
COVID-19 has deeply impacted industries around the world, with job markets everywhere being hit, hard. Layoffs, furlough, and government assistance have become the new norm for millions. The US is currently poised to break unemployment records with at least 22 million unemployed, and counting. No one knows how long the pandemic could last, so organizations
For all the discussion about the benefits of technology as compared to potential pitfalls, during a time of crisis there is no greater opportunity for technology to shine. As the COVID-19 outbreak expanded from a global health emergency to being classified as a global pandemic, many companies have shifted most, if not all, of their
When the globe went exercise crazy, Nike told us to “Just Do It.” Apple, with its innovative culture, challenged us to all “Think Different,” and Dunkin’ Donuts told us all that “America Runs on Dunkin’.” Over the years, recognized brands have transitioned from marketing campaigns to rallying cries, defining the modern era of organizational communication
With Digital Maturity Increasing, Innovation Becomes Transformation Pt. II ─ From Transformation to Maturity
A lot of organizations plunge into the deep-end when it comes to digital innovation and transformation. By the end of the process, they have innovated, implemented, and transformed their business infrastructure. But what happens next? If they have done a good job, the organization is on its way to achieving digital maturity. Some people are
How long has your organization been pondering how to traverse their organization’s digital future? The concept of a ‘digital can conjure up several different thoughts, depending on the role of the individual contemplating it. If you talk to somebody who works in marketing, they are likely to associate a digital strategy with social media and
By Billy Barrett In 2017, the Human Capital Institute conducted a study, Developing Sustainable Strategic HR, which found that a staggering 90% of HR leaders are aware that their recruiting strategies are insufficient. Companies can have all of the technological enhancements in the world, but the people they employ are the single biggest factor in
Intellectual Humility ─ Why being underestimated enables me to excel Intellectual humility is rarely found and often misattributed in all walks of life: in the classroom, workplace, or in public. It is the recognition that you are not always right. In fact, you may even be wrong. Intellectual humility is a great trait to have,
Have you ever wondered what happens to the data trail that you leave through your Internet browsing history? That data trail is your very own, and every single cell of your data footprint is of value ─ it is an important revenue stream for Internet platforms like Facebook, Apple, and Google. How Much Data Is
Innovation has always been critical for business evolution. Organizations that prioritize innovation and transformation become industry-leaders. They have the confidence to take risks, leading the way based upon their vision for the future. Today’s business landscape is an increasingly competitive and hastily advancing playing-field. Innovating has become a requirement for companies that want to win
Yashar Kafi The majority of organizations and middleman job-boards use industry-leading recruitment automation programs and software rather than manually sifting through individual résumés. Applicant tracking systems have gained more features over time, and they are now being augmented with other automation capabilities to make the process even more efficient. The question we are left with
Technology has, for a long time now, been positively influencing the traditional workplace, with tech companies always looking to develop the latest advancements to see just how far they can take tech. On the consumer side, organizations and companies are also always looking to secure the newest generation of tools and gadgets in an effort
Yashar Kafi For decades now, the tech sector has been reaching dizzying new heights year-by-year. And, every so often, it has dragged other industries with it, disrupting the way that they run and transforming their everyday operations. The disruption has been seismic, and companies that still rely on traditional running methods are being forced to
I saw a very interesting quote, CFO asks CEO: “What happens if we invest in developing our people and they leave us?” CEO: “What happens if we don’t, and they stay?” The truth is, when it comes to the workplace, it’s hard to refute that your organization’s talent is, quite literally, its most valuable asset.
By Yashar Kafi When I hear, The Internet of Things (IoT), I can’t help but think it refers to “smart” refrigerators, “smart” thermostats, and the Apple Watch. Day-to-day machines, accessories, or just “things” that are connected to the Internet and harvest data in some way are all part of the Internet of Things’ web. The