The best use-cases for blockchain are in business processes that involve multiple parties, are transactional, and involve reconciliation or arbitration. Few technologies present opportunities for disruptive innovation better than Blockchain. Such technology, often referred to as a Distributed Ledger Technology, allows businesses to communicate with less friction and more trust.1 Businesses are rightly curious how this technology ...
Systematic biases lead us to overestimate the value of our projects and to underestimate how much effort people will require to change their habits.
So what do we do about it? How can we overcome deeply rooted problems in the way we process information? Derrick Bowen shares his insight. (05:00)
Kent Norman shares how he has individuals and teams take on more work than they can deliver, in order to please their boss or client. Taking on this additional work actually reduces their ability to successfully deliver and results in disappointing the boss or client. (08:30)
Predictive Analytics is in and of itself something of a buzzword and has lots of buzzword that surround it. But it's quite a fascinating technology that really has only become even possible with the advent of big data and large datasets and the cloud, storage for large data. Greg Leflar offers his insight. (27:00)