First everything was in “the cloud” but today’s new buzzword is “fog computing.” No, it doesn’t have anything to do with the weather phenomenon, but rather with how we store and access data. Cloud computing
Jumping out of an airplane only seems less risky than starting a business. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Skydiving and entrepreneurship may seem unrelated, but they actually
We are more than our jobs. As much as we may love working, it can’t be the thing that defines us fully. I love the little traditions that develop organically at Buffer. One of them is to welcome each teammate
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. There is no better feeling than setting yourself free and eliminating all of the dead weight from your life. I can go on and on telling you
Does your Monday-Friday grind mean an onslaught of meetings, appointments and responsibilities? Us too. Our "go-go-go" society has glorified being busy: working lean, swift and hard for maximum efficiency.
Imagine a reality where surgeons practice difficult procedures on virtual renditions of their patients before walking into the operating room, and professional athletes review their exact muscle movements
Breaking up isn’t easy — especially if you are a leader “breaking up with” an innovation project that one of your teams still believes in passionately. It is a critical part of the innovation journey and
A lot of talented people grapple with the disruption of having to switch jobs or careers and figuring out how their current profession’s skills can be applied in a fulfilling new way. The good news is
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. While most entrepreneurs aim to make theirs a successful startup story, their lack of a third party to help them scale can make the task challenging.
Kenneth Andersson for HBR The fear of getting Netflix-ed or Uber-ized is spurring big companies to dial up their investment in innovation. Companies as diverse as AIG, Disney, and Intuit have been building
Pharmaceutical companies, buffeted by regulatory changes, new drug technologies that alter entry barriers and competition, price pressures, and an estimated 300,000 job cuts since 2000, seem to fit the
What should leaders do to boost their organization’s ability to innovate? There’s a seemingly endless list of options to consider. Set up a new-growth group. Launch an idea contest. Change the reward Run
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Slowly but steadily, it’s dawning on Western multinationals that it may be a good idea to design products and services in developing economies and, after adding some global tweaks, export them to developed
Ask anyone in technology. Sometime soon, the world around us will be smart. Everything from mugs to mailboxes will be context-aware. Our email inboxes will guide us to the highest priority action items.