Posts tagged “Opinion Analysis”
Veteran blogger and entrepreneur Joe Procopio offers some advice to work-till-you-drop startup executives: "This is about choosing to work, because it's what pays the bills, whether you're a CEO, a cubicle drone, a firefighter, or a rock star. And it's about how your life should influence your job, and not the other way around."
Analysis: Apple's dismal earnings announcement shows why it badly needs to rethink its innovation model and leadership. Its last breakthrough innovation was the iPhone -- which was released in 2007. So it's time to acquire Tesla - and name Elon Musk as CEO.
So what's it like to redesign from bottom to top one of the nation's most popular regional news portals? How does a website today need to be built today to deal with more mobile users relying on an increasing number of device types and meeting demand for faster response? Jason Priebe, who heads technology development for Capitol Broadcasting's New Media Group, talks about the redesign of WRAL.com, which launched on Wednesday. The award-winning site has been remodeled to improve navigation, support higher-quality video and photographs, and is designed to operate more easily across multiple devices from smartphones to desktop computers.
You know that stupid job interview question where the interviewer asks you what your biggest weakness is? It's a punchline at this point -- I've even asked it recently just to see the reaction I'd get from the candidate. I don't recommend this however, as it's neither as insightful or as funny as it looks on paper.
Analysis:: The vendor-neutral position so carefully curated by SecureWorks over the past five years under Dell's ownership will serve the company well now that it has become a public company, jointly owned by Denali Holding Inc. (Dell's parent company) and other common stockholders.
With the advent of synthetic biology and gene editing tools, there are amazing breakthroughs being made in medicine, energy and food. Within a few years, we will see cures for debilitating diseases, new biofuels, and grains that can be grown in extreme climates. We will also have many new nightmares: bioterrorism and well-meaning experiments that get out of hand. Imagine a superbug that can cure -- or kill -- millions of people or a virus which targets one person, say, a U.S. president. This is not science fiction; it is happening, writes format Triangle tech entrepreneur turned academic and author Vive Wadhwa.
I had the opportunity to attend last week's first-ever "Experiential Media Event: Entrepreneurship and Innovation" held in the beautiful Durham Bulls Stadium Complex in my role as the Wake Forest University School of Law's Communications and Public Relations Director. It was a great event, chock full of tips from national news outlets to social media influencers regarding digital content and how organizations and companies can get their original content shared with larger audiences. Here are some key takeaways.