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General Technological Investment and Innovation

General Technological Investment and Innovation

The creators and supporters of new technology enjoy predicting the demise of the old guard and, occasionally, these predictions are correct. Telegrams, printing presses, and coal powered vehicles have all been relegated to museums or remain in use only to lure sightseers and holiday goers. However, in most cases, new technologies don’t spell the end of established technologies.

Technology Recruiting

Technology Recruiting

As the internet grows to include more and more of what the average person interacts with on a day to day basis, the number of people employed to support and expand this enormous network increases. Finding talented software engineers, designers, and sales staff is becoming more and more difficult, with armies of recruiters fighting over a pool of candidates that hasn’t kept pace with demand.

What Technology Means for Old Industries

What Technology Means for Old Industries

Tech entrepreneurs can frequently be heard describing their technology as disruptive. Figuring out exactly what that overused buzzword actually means for established industries is a slightly harder task. In some industries, disruptive technologies open up new markets and add an extra element of competition (something most firms are very used to).

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General Technological Investment and Innovation

General Technological Investment and Innovation

The creators and supporters of new technology enjoy predicting the demise of the old guard and, occasionally, these predictions are correct. Telegrams, printing presses, and coal powered vehicles have all been relegated to museums or remain in use only to lure sightseers and holiday goers. However, in most cases, new technologies don’t spell the end of established technologies.

The True Cost of Technology

The True Cost of Technology

Analysts have theorized as to why larger companies seem to have a much harder time extracting gains from new technologies than smaller companies do. At first glance, they should be much better at it: they have the money to hire experts and staff to run the systems, and they have the largest gains to be made from digitizing portions of their businesses.

Technological Competition

Technological Competition

Business is often compared to war, and in the tech industry the blitzkrieg is over, and the troops are digging in for the long haul. This shift holds some very important considerations for managers tasked with guiding their company technologically in the coming years.

Executive Technology Management

Executive Technology Management

Although they tend not to invite the comparison, business leaders and politicians have a great deal in common. Both jobs typically require people skills, education, shrewdness, and talent in some aspect of their chosen field. However, until recently, one aspect that remained unique to politicians was the ability to act.

Technology Recruiting

Technology Recruiting

As the internet grows to include more and more of what the average person interacts with on a day to day basis, the number of people employed to support and expand this enormous network increases. Finding talented software engineers, designers, and sales staff is becoming more and more difficult, with armies of recruiters fighting over a pool of candidates that hasn’t kept pace with demand.

What Technology Means for Old Industries

What Technology Means for Old Industries

Tech entrepreneurs can frequently be heard describing their technology as disruptive. Figuring out exactly what that overused buzzword actually means for established industries is a slightly harder task. In some industries, disruptive technologies open up new markets and add an extra element of competition (something most firms are very used to).