Our Connected Future
Enterprise 1.0 was the industrial revolution born in the late 1800's when automation, such as the automobile was first made
Indeed, of great concern is the effect of such a policy on society: with such a disincentive to work, does it create laziness
You go along life either with some sort of intention or simply drifting with the tide. How do you plan for your future? Well, the answer is not just to look at where you want to be, but rather - who do I need to become, to live the life I always wanted. What kind of qualities, emotions and experiences would I like have on my journey?
I being a kid of the sixties, seventies and the various gut wrenching social movements that changed the social and political
The techno-optimists, led by Erik Brynjolffson and Andrew McAfee, who wrote an earlier book called Race Against the Machine
Now that many technologies in vehicles are digital, rather than mechanical, parts can be created faster, modified with precise data feedback, and updated more quickly in order to more closely track consumer demand.
Listening to Goerlich contrasting and comparing humans and robots, it seems clear that this is a seminal moment in our evolution
Job-related stress is causing companies hundreds of billions of dollars each year. According to one study, 78 percent of workers put their stress levels at medium to very high, and some of them have missed a day of work (31 percent) or even quit their jobs (40 percent) because of it.
The predictive enterprise, attunes itself to the massive data universe with tools to sense, listen, enable and anticipate. This is a massive shift in the behavior and strategy of business.
It was crazy to think there was a time that it had been called the smart home. She could not remember when the clever marketing sleight of hand happened and it had become the 'Connected Home'. She was living in it now though. It had become almost jarring in its normalcy.