NOTE: At 43:51 Dr. Leemon Baird says:’Now C2 cant see it – there is no line from C2 to the black event.”- This was a mistake (C2 can see [Black Event] through Alice), however, it doesn’t matter because C2 is not famous.Join Our Community and Learn More: Hashgraph | A Superior Distributed Ledger Tech
In 2011, GE embarked upon an ambitious attempt to digitally transform its product and service offerings.
In the course of this first month of 2016, I was asked a couple of times what my prospects are for the year ahead when it comes to key innovation issues.
Over the course of the last few years, we’ve seen design thinking (and design methodologies) go from a specialized, almost secret process employed by a few experts, to a global movement.
Should Facebook pay us for our puppy pictures? Of course, the idea sounds crazy. Posting puppies on Facebook is not a chore. We love it: Facebook’s 1.4 billion daily users spend the better part of an hour on it every day. It’s amazing that we don’t have to pay for it.
Organisations around the world are failing to implement effective digital strategies. As a result, their customer experience (CX) solutions are becoming disjointed, and digital is not displacing traditional phone interactions at the speed that their customers are demanding.
Jan Hammond, the Jesse Philips Professor of Manufacturing and Senior Associate Dean of Culture and Community at Harvard Business School, is helping students in Harvard’s new Certificate in Business Analytics program fill a growing need that exists in many industries.
Years ago, Jim Collins wrote a best-selling book called Good to Great.
Every day, nearly 2.6bn people carry a smartphone. Mobile computing has freed us from our tether to a desk, therefore no longer restricting our computing to a single location. Now, all sorts of incredible things can happen while we’re out and about with a tiny supercomputer in our pocket.
Eight trillion. That’s the number of text messages sent every year. For the record, that’s 23 billion texts sent every day. Or almost 16 million per minute. On July 7, 2016, Facebook reported that over one billion people now use Messenger, up 200 million since January 2016.