Only 12% of companies listed on the fortune 500 in 1955 still exist in 2017. Those companies survived different change waves throughout the years and were able to quickly adapt. Our decade’s big wave is digital and companies who don’t adapt to market evolution quickly will unfortunately disappear faster than we think. Luckily enough, modernizing a business by leveraging digital capabilities doesn’t always need to be complex or expensive.
Archive for November 26th, 2020
Most companies had to quickly react to COVID19 in the last few months. This adaptation required a real shift to the digital world in order to survive. For many small & medium businesses (SMBs); shifting to digital meant primarily selling online “E-Commerce”. Unfortunately, a lot of these SMBs weren’t ready for that shift. Why? Selling […]
“I fear the day when the technology overlaps with our humanity. The world will only have a generation of idiots.”– Albert Einstein Is this happening now? Was he right? Technology has become the BOSS of our personal & business lives. It dictates to us what to do, when, where and even with who. A luxury? […]
In the last 10 years, we know without a doubt massive data production sources have been a focal point of technology investments. What isn’t discussed is how the data is managed & utilized, or who benefits from it, as well as the ROI; but why? While not ideal, the data is used by large technology companies and survey firms with the purpose of manipulating the market to increase their sales.
The good news is that governments are developing laws to protect personal data. But what about all the other players on the market?