August 19th, 2014 · TedRubin
This online giant is starting to stretch its entrepreneurial fingers into every retail segment, both online and off. Are you ready for an Amazon-centric world?
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Change is in the air. With disruptive technologies hitting businesses from the outside in and the inside out, how companies invest in technology and ultimately how people use it to get work done is under significant re-evaluation. At the same time, the rising workforce clash between older and younger generations is also pushing HR to radically reform management processes and education programs.
Indeed, change is the air. In fact it’s imminent. But change is never programmatic nor is it ever easy. And, all too often, change is a reactive response to areas of disruption rather than a proactive step to head it off. [Read more →]
Earlier this year, popular food delivery site Eat24 wrote the ultimate “Dear John” letter to Facebook, outlining all the reasons why their relationship could not stand the test of ROI. The deal-breaker: Facebook’s new and improved algorithm.
Like Eat24 said, “Not to be rude, but … You’ve changed. A lot.” [Read more →]
August 2nd, 2014 · TedRubin
Though social media makes it easier for us to connect, there’s something to be said for being more human when we network
Social media is the handshake of our generation, but it can also be a splendid vehicle for giving warm business referrals, or just introducing two people you know have something in common. [Read more →]