It hasn't broken the internet yet (none of my posts have gone viral) but three months into it have given me more value than anything else. I'd say, it's not bad. It can be better, of course!
Day: January 1, 2020
Healthcare: How to achieve innovation without getting stress ulcers!
Initially, read this: Innovation- Harvard Business Review Then come back. Inventions are not innovations. Many organizations define innovation as novel technologies, processes, and business models. They may regard artificial intelligence, just-in-time supply chain, or bitcoin as innovations. These things, at least in their early phases, are more accurately called “inventions” rather than innovations. Inventions are important, … Continue reading Healthcare: How to achieve innovation without getting stress ulcers!
Workers can learn to love artificial intelligence
Take Google. In the last year the company has scurried to develop artificial intelligence tools for offices workers, called “GSuite” products. But when Google researchers recently conducted ethnographic research they noticed something important: modern office workers tend to make a mental distinction between “core” work (or jobs they “identify with”) and “periphery” work “that does … Continue reading Workers can learn to love artificial intelligence