Leonardo

23 Apr 19
sisterhood of suspense

“Everybody allows that the talent of writing agreeable letters is peculiarly female. Nature may have done something, but I am sure it must be essentially assisted by the practice of keeping a journal.” ~ Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey. Despite Miss Jane’s quotation above, what do Marcus Aurelius, Louisa May Alcott, Thomas Edison, Leonardo Da Vinci, […]

23 Apr 19
Yuvee's Blog

  Latest Study on Flight Management Systems (FMS) Market Global  Flight Management Systems (FMS) market Research Report 2019, presented by Acquire Market Research will help you take informed decisions, know opportunities, plan new projects, plan effective business strategies, explore drivers and restraints and give you a vision on the industry forecast. The report provides the latest information on […]

23 Apr 19
Leosfanblog

Jane Goodall on Leonardo DiCaprio, her 85th birthday, and the need for hope To honor Jane Goodall, the City of Los Angeles declared her 85th birthday, April 3, 2019, to be “Dr. Jane Goodall Day” and hosted a ceremony where the conservation icon talked about many things including her connection to the city. Her birthday […]

23 Apr 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

My Two-for-Tuesday morning train reads: • Podcast wars: $100 million startup Luminary launches tomorrow without Reply All or The Daily (The Verge) see also Like most media, podcasting is pivoting to paid; with complications (Digiday) • Jeremy Grantham Says Investors Should Be ‘Intrigued’ by This Strategy (Institutional Investor) • Was Leonardo the supreme genius, or… […]

23 Apr 19
Jake Laud Journalism

Facebook has always been the centre of social engagement for people of many ages.

23 Apr 19
Arrow Printing, Inc.

Jack Reacher is a fictional character in a series of crime thriller novels by British author Lee Child. In the 1997 novel Killing Floor, Reacher randomly exits a Greyhound bus in Georgia and is later arrested in a local diner for a murder he did not commit. While questioned in custody, Reacher wields the power […]

23 Apr 19
Capgemini Norge
The most commonly followed practices and assumptions behind the concept of open innovation (OI) involve a series of activities that help with the integration and interaction with external sources of knowledge. Before one builds a successful OI strategy, it’s imperative to understand the basic building blocks behind the concept. In this blog, I’ll share my thoughts on the first three of these blocks. OI isn’t just an opposite paradigm to traditional innovation, crowdsourcing, or the management of internal resources towards innovation. It’s an entire framework to discover ideas, use patents effectively, collaborate with universities and startups, evaluate emerging technologies, and build alternate business models which a company can finally go to market. Any OI strategy requires financial foresight and an internal culture shift. Thus, the first building block, in my opinion, is the leadership priority and buy-in. The leadership takes responsibility to set up a structural framework that inherently prioritizes innovation within its corporate operations. The second fundamental building block for any open innovation-focused company is aligning the goals and operational capacities of the business with the organization setup. Choosing between de-centralized and centralized teams, legal, centers of excellence, and portfolios is key to executing open innovation. The third building block is the prevailing tools, processes, and culture. Socially open employees, vital resources allocated towards the procurement of external knowledge, and the right tools and processes to successfully manage long-term collaborative and beneficial partnerships will influence and increase the adoption of OI. The Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange has developed a framework which enables clients to “discover, devise, deploy, and sustain” new ideas, insights, solutions, and value. The team leverages the latest tool suites, methods, accelerators, and design thinking – all underpinned by a robust governance model. At the Capgemini SAP Center of Excellence, we took a few key topics (IoT, AI/ML, RPA, blockchain) and combined them with specific client problems, to develop some truly transformational solutions with startups. The openness of the SAP Cloud Platform and SAP Leonardo toolkits provide ample opportunities to rethink and redesign the future of business. From a blockchain-based intelligent supply chain, to, transparency and integrity checks of perishable food to end consumers – in a single click, we’ve got some great stories to share! To learn more about how the Capgemini SAP Center of Excellence develops an innovative approach and the right technology to solve & transform your business problems intelligently, contact me, or meet me at the Capgemini Booth in Orlando at SAPPHIRENOW2019. Let’s innovate together!  
23 Apr 19
Digitally Vicarious

Part 6 of 15: Non-Persistent Virtualised Sandboxed Environment What Is It? Being able to isolate applications and programs when they run is a valuable strategy when it comes to limiting the impact of potential threats.  To some degree, you already use this type of strategy without even realising it.  In an earlier post from the […]

23 Apr 19
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Customer Experience und Customer Lifetime Value Customer Experience und Customer Lifetime Value Um den Paradigmenwechsel zu digitalen Geschäftsmodellen einzuleiten, bieten SAP-Technologien wie SAP C/4HANA, Qualtrics Customer Experience, SAP Analytics Cloud und SAP Leonardo die notwendige Grundlage. Viele… The post Customer Experience und Customer Lifetime Value appeared first on SAP News Center. SAP Get Social

23 Apr 19
Slayer of Windmills

Part 1 – History: In 1975, when I was a fifteen-year-old juvenile delinquent and considered by all to be an academic dead loss, my divorced and otherwise estranged parents conspired to send me off to boarding school. The place they sent me to, The Woodstock Country School, was among a handful of alternative liberal arts […]

23 Apr 19
Mechanics and science

https://kimmoswritings.blogspot.com/ The story about the men and women, who hide their background Below this text is an article, what tells the story of Alma Pihl, woman, who made many pieces of jewelry for the Russian emperor’s family. And the interesting thing was that the woman hide her identity when she moved to Finland after the […]

23 Apr 19
Kaikilla ihmisillä on tuntematon puolensa

https://kimmoswritings.blogspot.com/ The story about the men and women, who hide their background Below this text is an article, what tells the story of Alma Pihl, woman, who made many pieces of jewelry for the Russian emperor’s family. And the interesting thing was that the woman hide her identity when she moved to Finland after the […]

23 Apr 19
Thoughts about past and future (Ajatuksia menneestä ja tulevasta)

https://kimmoswritings.blogspot.com/ The story about the men and women, who hide their background Below this text is an article, what tells the story of Alma Pihl, woman, who made many pieces of jewelry for the Russian emperor’s family. And the interesting thing was that the woman hide her identity when she moved to Finland after the […]

23 Apr 19
Myths and legends in everyday life (Myytit ja legendat jokapäiväisessä elämässä)

https://kimmoswritings.blogspot.com/ The story about the men and women, who hide their background Below this text is an article, what tells the story of Alma Pihl, woman, who made many pieces of jewelry for the Russian emperor’s family. And the interesting thing was that the woman hide her identity when she moved to Finland after the […]