On Our Radar…Monday, April 17, 2017
A weekly compilation of 10 tweets that got our attention — change is constant. Let’s try to keep up! Content curated by Don Tomoff, founder of Invenio Advisors, LLC and Bill Tomoff, CFO of InstallNET International.
About “On Our Radar”
This post is about our changing world.
We know it, we hear it, but it’s hard to keep track of the flood of information and actually DO anything about the change we are being inundated with.
So, how can we move forward? START. Follow these posts and start with awareness — then ask yourself “how does this pertain to me?” Pay attention and get educated. We hope this helps!
Thinking About Change
If you do nothing but get through items 1 & 2 of this edition, it will be a a huge payoff — starting with the best!
#1 — Simplification is the key to change
Rather than click through to the tweet, and then the YouTube video, I have embedded it right here — enjoy!
#2 — “Tool adoption was not the real problem to solve.”
What is the benefit of providing better tools to employees? A first answer is that it helps increase employee productivity. While this is true and part of the answer, it is much too narrow. The broader answer is that giving employees great tools is an excellent way to concretely affect positive culture change.
#3 — Robots can build homes now…
#4— And make burgers…
#5 — Watch robots in action in this Amazon warehouse
#6 — Capgemini Online assessment to rate your digital capabilities
#7 — Closing the digital skills gap (CapGemini Whitepaper PDF)
#8 — Projected economic growth of the Internet of Things (#IoT)
#9 — Watch out for “traditional thinking”!
“Too many businesses believe that their digital business strategy is actually a roadmap, or a series of IT projects. Being digital is a capability — in your business it impacts the culture, metrics, organization, skills, and finally — the technology.”
#10— Analysis of Venture Funding (KPMG PDF Whitepaper)
Detailed and lengthy, but interesting to glance through!
“On a mission to challenge the status quo to a more productive and effective end…”
Don is passionate about helping professionals and organizations keep up and adapt to the changing business world that we operate in.