The Power of Alignment: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the First Moon LandingJuly 22, 2019 | I-Connect007
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The vision of man going to the Moon united the world. And fifty years ago, this feat was proven possible when the Apollo 11 successfully landed the first humans on the Moon.
Indeed, strength and success are found when vision and alignment connect.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, let’s take a look at the video below of President John F. Kennedy’s September 12, 1962 speech at Rice University.
It’s a well-known fact that if your company is not growing and moving forward every single day, it is dying. The same rule applies to technology companies: To stay alive, you must grow your technology by keeping up with your customers’ product technology needs. Too many printed circuit board fabricators are dying a slow death because they are not willing or able to invest the time, energy, money, and passion to always work on their technology.
When it comes to business-to-business (B2B) customer service, it is often the little things that matter. While many companies focus on the big things, they ignore the little "softer things" that really create a great customer experience. I truly believe that the higher the technology a company produces, the lousier its customer service. It's as if those companies producing the highest tech products feel they deserve a pass for the easier, always important but more mundane, aspects of customer service.
Brigade Electronics has launched Radar Predict - its latest innovative side Blind Spot Information System (BSIS) collision prediction safety technology specifically designed to protect cyclists from incidents with HGVs.
We have come a long way from business executives like “Nuclear” Jack Welsh and Al “Chainsaw” Dunlap. Remember when old Milton Freidman declared that a business’ only obligation was to its holders or when employees were disposables (practically consumables)? Remember when people like Jack and Al were practically carried on the shoulders of Wall Street traders based on how many heads they had chopped off the week before? Oh, those were the days, my friend, we thought they’d never end. Well, they’re over. They are chipping Jack’s name off GE buildings, and Al is dead and buried both physically and in reputation.
Knightscope, Inc., a leading developer of autonomous security robots (ASRs) and blue light emergency communication systems, today announces that three of its clients have ordered additional equipment to expand their emergency communications programs.