1 min read · Sep 27th · Around 90% of startups fail, and the reasons for failure are well known: undercapitalization, scaling challenges, lack of a competitive advantage or realistic IP. But what about the 10% that succeed?
8 min read · Sep 20th · Of the millions of apps available around the world, just a small handful of the most used apps dominate global internet traffic. Everything connected to the internet takes bandwidth to view. When you…
video is on top by a long shot
Video streaming accounts for almost half of mobile downstream traffic worldwide at 49%.
~12 min read · Aug 24th · What if paid work were no longer the centerpiece of American life?
future of work
Work has long been a social outlet for Americans — we’re more likely to make new friends through our jobs than any other setting, including school, neighborhood, or through existing friendships
people enough money to live on, even enough to support a family. They provided health insurance so people could go to a doctor if they got sick. Th
A family of three with a breadwinner making the federal minimum — also the minimum in 21 states — falls below the federal poverty line. “If you are working full time, you should not be considered officially poor in this country,” Holder said.
6 min read · Aug 9th · To survive, banks and credit unions must build the digital infrastructure and competitive mindset that can make an organization future-ready.
Relevance begins with data and analytics
The lack of data and analytics maturity is not caused by banking executives not understanding or believing in the importance of using data to drive results. Most firms are challenged by the scope of what’s needed.
Making effective use of technologies such as cloud computing, data analytics, and artificial intelligence will help support innovation at digital speed.
9 min read · Apr 5th · Why limiting time and outcomes — instead of budget and risk — inspires teams to think big.
The key feature of the outcome constraint is, unsurprisingly, its focus on the end result. It defines what does a good solution does for users, payers, or investors rather than the process or rules by which it’s produced. We have identified three approaches by which leaders impose effective outcome constraints.
re-evaluated their most basic assumptions about how to build a car
A third approach is to specify what’s not allowed. This is particularly helpful when there are many possible solutions available.