How Smart Are Our Smart Cars?

The Prodigal Child of the Automotive Industry DON’T LET ITS PETITE LOOK confuse you with its superb performance delivery on modern road – the micro city coupe “ForTwo” is just above 8 feet long, less than 5 feet wide and 5 feet tall. Weighing 818 kilograms and 3 feet shorter than a Mini Cooper, this… Continue reading How Smart Are Our Smart Cars?

The Art Of Disruption

Today in business there seems to be a theory that “if it ain’t broke, then no need to fix it”. Whilst I agree to a point, the issue really becomes, why do things the way they have always been done just because they have been done that way? This is where the art of disruption… Continue reading The Art Of Disruption

Is Innovation Slowing Down?

Smart phones. Self-driving cars. Genetic manipulation. Every week seems to bring a new discovery or insight. The possibilities seem more boundless than ever. Yet there are some who say that human achievement is slowing down; and indeed, that it must slow down. The View from America in 2017 Technology is ascendant in America. On a… Continue reading Is Innovation Slowing Down?

Leaders Allowing Employees to Break Rules for Creativity

Typically, leaders know the rules to inspire, motivate and just explain get employees to be productive in the work they do. Yet, in today’s business climate, the use of creativity and rules come into play in different ways from the traditional or conventional way of getting things done. The challenge is in finding the balance… Continue reading Leaders Allowing Employees to Break Rules for Creativity

Business Intelligence

1. Companies are aggressively moving to computerized support of their organizations. Can you list at least 2 of the factors driving this move? • Speed and efficiency. • Legibility and accuracy. • Self-sufficiency. • Cheaper research and development. 2. The definition of Business Intelligence (BI) is: BI is an umbrella term that combines architecture, tools,… Continue reading Business Intelligence