It’s often argued that the printing press was the single most important invention in the history of man. It’s hard to argue against that. But right up there, as a close 2nd in my view is the printed circuit board. Just look at the monumental shift in our society that this humble piece of silicon has unleashed. IOT, is it the biggest acronym in the technology world these days ?
It’s highly likely that you have anywhere from a cursory understanding of IOT to a deep underst
There is a change in the world as we know it Sci-Fi is fiction no more….
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.
Lets start with a quick description of the difference of both.
Virtual reality: the computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment that can be interacted with in a seemingly real or physical way by a person using special electronic equipment, such as a helmet with a screen inside or gloves fitted with sensors. Excellent just under 3
"You are only limited by your deeply held assumptions and your regulated behaviour" – Chris Luxford Through out many of our learning nuggets we have discussed how our biases and assumptions play havoc with our ability to unleash our true potential. Our regulated behaviours do the same. Often we find ourselves thinking we can’t do this, or we can’t do that, or the organisation won’t let us, or can’t even if it wanted to. When you reflect on why, there is, in most cases, no
There are plenty of stories of brilliant, world changing light bulb and eureka moments where a new invention was bought unto the world after an unremarkably insignificant event or situation. These laying down reading glasses, or Hamblin Glasses (otherwise known as Bed Prism Glasses) were invented in 1936. By "connecting the dot" of a military submarine periscope to address a problem that still exists today. How to read lying down. OK, so maybe lying down reading glasses aren
Is there only one ? No. In reality there are many; Your ability to learn, unlearn and relearn Empathy Purpose driven passion and persistence And of course courageous co-creation But imagination and creativity are deemed by many to be the most important skill for knowledge workers moving forward. The rapid pace at which technology is evolving means any repetitive activity, even knowledge worker based, will be automated. For those of us in the sales industry this is absolutel