Bureaucracy is often considered harmful. It’s associated with unnecessary processes that have been put in place to slow down things, that take away responsibility from individuals and sometimes dramatically increase costs.
Bureaucracy has therefore become the enemy of those who want to innovate and to change things for the better … read more »
What’s the secret for successful and profitable mobile app? It seems that it’s increasingly important to tap into the bag of psychology tricks to create experiences that encourage addictive usage and force users to pay to unlock their full gaming experience, writes Alex Pappademas in his article Sim Kardashian: Dopamine, … read more »
It’s not a major revelation that a short-term focus on quarterly results in public companies is detrimental to the willingness to innovate and experiment.
The exhaustive coverage of analysts who try to predict the next quarter and fearful executives to miss quarterly numbers are the major reasons for this.
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When developing a mobile application there will come a time when its necessary to understand how other applications are performing in the App store.
Wether it’s global and local rankings, ratings and reviews or download numbers, this information can help to feed one’s curiosity and it can be the basis … read more »
The digital transformation of business models requires companies to rethink not just what they are offering but also how something is offered. After operating in primarily “physical” business models for years or decades, the reality is that most organizations deal with static processes that lead to slow release cycles.
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The Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) is trying to improve the quality of their scientific discourse by banning PowerPoint from their weekly Physics forum.
The forum organizers made a switch from slides to chalkboard-style talks about six months ago. This is part of a larger effort by the LPC to
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