The report covers global opportunity analysis and industry forecast from to Rapid Increase in unstructured data generated by IoT devices, smart cities, sensors, cameras, etc. Growing demand for dashboards for data visualization to make informed decisions that dramatically impact business performance. Unstructured data is growing rapidly due to the increase in machine-generated data from IoT devices, smart cities, sensors, cameras, etc. Since the bulk of data generated today is unstructured data, organizations must find ways to manage and analyze it so that they can act on the data and make important business decisions.
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Update — Kodak has filed for bankruptcy protection. Steve Sasson, the Kodak engineer who invented the first digital camera in , characterized the initial corporate response to his invention this way:. All pointed to the conclusion that adoption of digital photography would be minimal and non-threatening for a time. The problem is that, during its year window of opportunity, Kodak did little to prepare for the later disruption. In fact, Kodak made exactly the mistake that George Eastman, its founder, avoided twice before, when he gave up a profitable dry-plate business to move to film and when he invested in color film even though it was demonstrably inferior to black and white film which Kodak dominated. Barabba left Kodak in but remained close to its senior management. Thus he got a close look at the fact that, rather than prepare for the time when digital photography would replace film, as Eastman had with prior disruptive technologies, Kodak choose to use digital to improve the quality of film.
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Key success factors have several direct and several possible uses for any business unit whether it is for-profit or not-for-profit, large or small, domestic or foreign. In strategic analysis of a business unit, key success factors often initially appear as analytical tools for examining the character of the industry in which the business unit competes. Often key success factors next appear as elements of a competitive strength assessment in examining the relative strength of the business unit compared to its rivals in the industry. The key point of this examination for those in other industries is that practitioners of strategic management should look closely at the number of key success factors appropriate for the industry being examined at the time of the examination. In the startup and early growth phases of an industry, the general guidance from Thompson et al.
New studies of the brain show that leaders can improve group performance by understanding the biology of empathy. A decade ago in these pages, Goleman published his highly influential article on emotional intelligence and leadership. Social intelligence , they say, is a set of interpersonal competencies, built on specific neural circuits, that inspire people to be effective. Organizational studies document this phenomenon in contexts ranging from face-to-face performance reviews to the daily personal interactions that help a leader retain prized talent. Great leaders, the authors believe, are those whose behaviors powerfully leverage this complex system of brain interconnectedness.