Every new day seems to bring some unexpected changes to our social media feeds as big tech companies try to reinvent the wheel in a struggle to keep users engaged on their platforms.
Founders and top executives are often obsessed with exits, and rightly so. A strategic exit is the key to a senior executive's successful professional future.
All eyes are on Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 5th, where the tech giant is rumored to be debuting its first VR and AR technology hardware.
It has only been 50 years since the first mobile phone call was made by a Motorola engineer in New York, heralding a new era in consumer tech. The evolution of mobile telecommunications has influenced how we spend our time and in what ways we want to be entertained, and the changes in this space keep on coming.
Chaos engineering is a popular idea in software engineering, centered around the premise that deliberately breaking a system to gain information will ultimately help improve that system's resiliency. Given the uncertainty of our times, CEOs might want to apply this type of approach in their corporate sustainability strategies.
¿Qué nos pueden enseñar los empleados de Google sobre los memes y el agotamiento de los trabajadores?
Desde mejorar la moral hasta detectar el agotamiento, las empresas están descubriendo los sorprendentes beneficios de incorporar memes en las comunicaciones internas.