Risk is what used to set the American business world apart from everyone else. People would risk everything to come here and then take risk in the marketplace. That has changed, “When did RISK become a four-letter word?” asks the question and throws out some ideas about how we need to turn that around.
It started with kids and texting, but now emoticons can be a possitive part of business communciation :-O In “Emoticons as a way to communicate in business” I look at soem examples and why I think its a good thing ;-).
One of the many realizations to come from this election cycle is that telling the truth really doesn’t matter anymore, we live in a post-fact world where you can say or post anything and ignore proof that it is wrong. In this week’s post, I ask: “What does living in a post-fact world imply for business?“
You can have too much of a good thing. If we step back and look at what technology businesses are doing today to push productivity to extremes, it may be time to ask “Are we going too far to achieve maximum productivity?”
My thought is that we have in two areas – we have stretched employees to the breaking point and we don’t set aside time for innovation. In this blog post I share why this hurts productivity in the long run and what we can do about it.
We have all experienced times where someone uses regulations and rules as an excuse to stop or slow some initiative in a company. The blog post “Why it’s time to stop using regulations as an excuse” is a bit of a rant on why this is a bad idea and what we can do to avoid it.
Local station Money Radio – 1510AM 99.3FM – is broadcasting a show on 3D Printing from PADT. Technology, Opportunity and Happiness, hosted by John Barnabas, will be broadcasting live from PADT on July 29th from 12 noon till 1:00 pm. The show includes a studio audience and will focus on how 3D printing is impacting business and the markets.
There is room in the audience for about 30 people, so register now to reserve your seat. We will cover the basics of the technology, but the real discussion will be about how this technology has and is transforming the way people innovate, and the way companies manufacture products. Lunch will be served and we will keep the discussion going and giving tours after the broadcast for anyone that wants to learn more.
If you can’t attend, you can listen live in Arizona on 1510 AM or 99.3 FM. And you can always listen from anywhere over the web here.