The Guardian has a great essay on the underpinnings of corporate jargon and its roots and why people use it. You can find it in The Blurb.
Want to discuss this article? Let’s take it offline.
In a world of Amazon and seemingly endless choices, focusing on only a handful of products — or even just one — can make a company stand out.
We take a closer look at how D2C e-commerce companies like Casper, Bonobos, and Harry’s have built their success around this strategy. Check it out here.
They’ll know your work
Think we’ve shared this essay entitled “Letter to my younger self” by Ray Allen before, but it’s so good that it’s worth sharing again.
Can we speed this up?
The average factory works only at about 60% of its overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), which means there’s a ton of room to improve productivity.
Manufacturing is changing, but basic digitization has to come before Industry 4.0 can flourish. We look at how the IIoT is helping factories evolve, what they’ll look like in the future, and what obstacles lie ahead.