Category: Strategy

CES 2022 and the Future of Trade Shows [Video]

CES 2022 and the Future of Trade Shows Like hybrid work, virtual trade shows will likely continue even if COVID gets downgraded from pandemic to endemic. CES 2022 was the second live conference I did not attend. Information Today’s Knowledge Management World was once again shifted to virtual after months of planning for a return.

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CES 2022 Analysis: Themes That Will Influence How We Work and Live in 2022 and Beyond [videos]

CES 2022 Analysis: Themes That Will Influence How We Work and Live in 2022 and Beyond CES covers a lot of conceptual ground. We have selected a set of top themes from CES to offer a sense of the areas that will most likely influence the way readers think about work, and about the intersection.

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CES 2022 Personal Productivity: Innovations to Elevate Creation, Storage, and Sharing

CES 2022 Personal Productivity CES 2022 saw a number of new and updated personal productivity tools announced. Here are a few of our favorites. Boogie Board https://myboogieboard.com If you are tired of screens, but also tired of paper, you may want to consider the latest from Boogie Board. Their $29.99 VersaBoard™️ uses the same reflective bistable.

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5 Recommendations for How PC Manufacturers Can Create Better Business Laptop Buying Experiences

Toward better business laptop buying experiences As I evaluated CES 2022 business laptop announcements, I started jotting down notes that I thought would confuse readers. Then I consolidated those into these 4 areas where manufacturers can take a leadership role. Focus on high-end performance First, business laptops need to adopt a high-end chip first design.

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Happy New Year! Serious Insights Tops 65K Readers in 2021!

Happy New Year from Serious Insights! Thank you to our clients and our subscribers for a wonderful 2021.  Serious Insights readership increased 84% to 65,000 individuals in 2021. We look forward to continuing to grow in 2022 by publishing relevant content that helps people better navigate the future of work. Serious Insights is creating a.

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Scenario Planning: 6 Reasons Data-Driven Forecasting Needs Scenarios

Those forecasting toy demand on an e-commerce site can benefit from several forecasting advances, including the integration of more contextual, operational real-time data, along with demand insights, pricing indicators, and promotions. But even with these advances, seasonality for instance, in retail, remains an issue. Forecasting becomes increasingly difficult and less accurate, the further out it.

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Welcome to the Metaverse. I Would Like to Go Home Now.

When a big company makes a rebranding move centered more on strategic direction (Meta) than on corporate governance (ABC.XYZ) people take note. It drives discussion. It revs the hype cycle. Make no mistake about it, Facebook’s rebranding to Meta and its vision for a metaverse is meant to distract from its current reputation woes. It.

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Scenarios and Human Resources: 6 Reasons Scenarios and Foresight are Critical to HR

Scenarios and human resources: foresight preparation Scenario planning is often a strategic program driven by executives to help an organization map out its strategic options against a background of uncertainty. Scenario planning should no longer be held captive in the board room, or the executive suite. The new age of uncertainty affects not just strategic.

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Why Every Start-up Needs Marketing

So, you want to tell me about your company or why every start-up needs marketing I recently reviewed several dozen start-up websites, some for competitions, others for advisory work, and a few as part of an initial introduction. In all cases, I was asked to give the companies feedback on their products, not their websites..

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Why It’s Time to Adopt Agile Scenario Planning

The case for Agile Scenario Planning Since the onset of the pandemic, any set of scenario plans that did not include a global pandemic or an analog, instantly became useless. The black swan of the pandemic disrupted assumptions across the board. It made almost everything uncertain. Early on in the pandemic, a few forecasters attempted.

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