The need for Universities to adapt is clear but are the structures to rigid and are they to risk-averse? More entrants into this market are on their way?
In a perfect world everybody would read there emails in the workplace. This can often be difficult with the volume of emails but culture of empowerment and structure can help in managing being responsive.
I started the 100 days of code and in doing so realized I might have over extended myself with other commitments so made a decision to continue and shift other items. My post is my reasoning around what I moved and why.
Data-driven decisions are becoming in demand. Skillsets are being demanded that are more diverse with all the information being generated what do we believe? There is a lot to digest with all the data supporting people that is incorrect as often it is biased. This post just looks to provoke though on where we are currently.
Great post at a high level on some summaries on where technology is moving.
There are some technology trends that fizz out over time and then there are the latest technology trends that stay on the sidelines and then gain traction after it either gets major funding or an industry suddenly integrate it in their process.
There are many such technologies that have already made their prominent mark in 2018 and are only a few more applications away from becoming mainstream. Those are the ones that we have listed as the upcoming and latest technology trends that would become trending by the year 2020.
Without further ado, here are the ten technology trends for 2020 –
Artificial Intelligence has been continuing to make its place in the list of top technology trends since quite some years. And now has found a place in 2020 technology predictions as well.
Computers are now capable of learning about the world in the same way as us humans. This leap that AI capabilities have been…
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Great post on struggles of implementation and working through testing. Having the right users is very important and getting correct feedback to reach your end-user goals. Lessons learned and shifting and working agile are great examples of this here.
You can’t do everything. You can plan, plan contingencies, have a backup, a backup for your backup, documentation up the wall… but something is going to go wrong.
This has been my experience over the last few weeks/months. As noted before, I was brought in to my current position about a year ago to “wear the cape” and be superman for the organization. I needed a job, so I relished the opportunity. “This is a target rich environment,” the CEO said to me on my final interview, where he kept me for nearly three hours giving me a tour of the enterprise. “Plenty to do here,” the CFO (who has since left the company) said. They were right, of course. But the truth of the matter is, is that they didn’t know what they didn’t know.
Ultimately, that’s the fundamental difference between the business and IT. That’s what I’ve been…
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Data is arguably the most valuable resource in the world. With all this data collection how are individuals, companies and society and myself (Fahim Moledina) prepared (to catch-up)?