TAIPEI, Nov. 8, 2022 - This article is based on an interview undertaken by FusionMedium's technology online media, TechOrange, and published with permission: When Google and Apple start making their own chips, what kind of paradigm shift will this mean for the global semiconductor industry? In recent years, the high-tech manufacturing market has been making efforts to … [Read more...] about What advantages does Taiwan have in the era of AI and smart vehicles? Kneron’s CEO points out three
NYT:"The prime minister’s fatal miscalculation, experts said, was to believe that Britain could defy the gravity of the markets by passing sweeping tax cuts, without corresponding spending cuts, at a time when inflation is running in double digits and interest rates were rising."— Ulrich Speck (@ulrichspeck) October 21, 2022 … [Read more...] about Fatal miscalculation of Liz Truss
A growing body of research demonstrates that not only is a cutthroat environment harmful to productivity, but that a positive environment will lead to dramatic benefits for employers, employees, and the bottom line. https://t.co/WGtV2yTogQ— Harvard Business Review (@HarvardBiz) July 21, 2022 … [Read more...] about Cutthroat environment harmful to productivity
Regenerative agriculture is poised to go mainstream, but at a nonprofit farm leading the way, the reality is messier than the story it depicts on Instagram https://t.co/4yn817pJhP— Eater (@Eater) July 9, 2022 … [Read more...] about Regenerative agriculture is poised to go mainstream
Reframe your business-to-business (B2B) company as a business-for-business (B4B) company to increase revenues, customer retention, and employee morale. https://t.co/z2i7p8YzEW— MIT Sloan Management Review (@mitsmr) July 5, 2022 … [Read more...] about Reframe your B2B company as a B4B company
After years of obsessing over consumer needs, Silicon Valley seems to have forgotten the dogma that helped it become a dominant economic force https://t.co/GBoHq9jkab— Businessweek (@BW) June 30, 2022 … [Read more...] about Silicon Valley seems to have forgotten the dogma that helped it become a dominant economic force
In Profit from the Source, BCG Authors Issue a Wake-Up Call to CEOs Who Marginalize Their Suppliers and Procurement Function, Warning, "You're Taking an Existential Risk with the Future of Your Company" BOSTON, June 27, 2022 - Suppliers are the keys to corporate success not only now—in the midst of a global supply chain crisis, rampant inflation, and energy shortages—but also … [Read more...] about Companies That Prioritize Suppliers and Procurement Can Weather Today’s Crises and Win Tomorrow’s Postpandemic Opportunities, Says New Book from BCG
Want to hire a problem solver? Here are the interview questions to ask. https://t.co/ojHbx7cM0m— Harvard Business Review (@HarvardBiz) June 25, 2022 … [Read more...] about How to hire a problem solver?
A common factor behind the demise of some was their inability to react quickly to changing environments. The business failures have often started with high debt loads, which eventually drove the companies to ruin. By having a well-defined plan in place before taking on debt, it is easier to pay it off and make the company more resilient to external shocks. But, just because … [Read more...] about Why do businesses fail?
The high-margin market of servers, the high-spec machines found in data centres has for decades been dominated by Intel, but recently Arm has scored notable victories https://t.co/AOTRppNBHk— The Economist (@TheEconomist) June 25, 2022 … [Read more...] about Arm is gaining traction in server market