17.3.16

Naton HR Global: Croatia

Naton HR Global: Croatia: Naton HR  - Kadrovska rešenja,  www.natonhrcroatia.com Naton HR je regionalna agencija koja se bavi posredovanjem pri zapošljavanju,...

Internet Of Wine

TracoVino

Networked sensors ( MyOmega ) provide a detailed insight into the soil and climate conditions in the vineyard.

Digital Single EU market

"A European start-up today needs 28 lawyers to understand 28 privacy laws," said Oettinger, the Commissioner for the Digital Economy and Society.

"We need a Gigabit infrastructure for a Gigabit economy," Oettinger said. This means integrating techniques like vectoring, fiberglass and 5G. Only then can the visions of self-propelled vehicles, e-medicine, e-government and e-learning be realized.

Efficient Procurement

Procurement Full Suite

T-Systems partner Ivalua is showcasing suite at CeBIT 2016 that enables companies to optimize their procurement processes and so get more added value from them.

Mobile Server Farm

Huawei plug-&-play container data centers.

Software to solve business process automation

Process mining

Lana Labs will provide companies with so-called Conformance Check - checking of matches and mismatches of processes can take place automatically with specified models, so bottlenecks, duplication of work or errors during process operation can be pinpointed efficiently and are fact based.

Iti is replacing manual analyses and gut decisions.

Source: Hasso-Plattner- Institute Potsdam

TrueNorth

Heard about TrueNorth ?

It's the IBM's chip for Internet-Of-Things. It was showcased at the CeBIT 2016. in Hannover.
It mimics human neural networks. IT that thinks.

7.3.16

Win at work

Up your game

Game on. Always improve your game.



Direct, coach, support, delegate.

21.2.16

Me too

“I have no idea what I’m doing and that’s awesome.”

Alexis Ohanian, Reddit co-founder

28.12.15

The Corporate Advocatus Diaboli

Imagine if there was such a thing as a corporate Advocatus Diaboli … what would the role look like?

Formal strategic decisions made in the absence of the Advocatus Diaboli would not be seen as valid.

The Advocatus Diaboli would enforce a critical distance on decisions – where the outcome cannot be satisfactorily explained additional justification would need to be provided.

15.12.15

Indaba - negotiation method

It’s called an “indaba” (pronounced IN-DAR-BAH), and is used to simplify discussions between many parties.

An indaba is designed to allow every party to voice its opinion, but still arrive at a consensus quickly. It works because opinions and arguments can only be aired in a particular way:

Instead of repeating stated positions, each party is encouraged to speak personally and state their “red lines,” which are thresholds that they don’t want to cross. But while telling others their hard limits, they are also asked to provide solutions to find a common ground.

11.12.15

Secure E-mail

ProtonMail, an easy to use secure email service with built-in end-to-end encryption and state of the art security features.

9.12.15

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class will likely be one of the most sophisticated cars the company has ever built.



2.12.15

End of mobile era

Time for another change in the direction of this blog. For many years I've had links in the sidebar dedicated to blogs and websites dealing with mobile communications and mobile industry.

The mobile industry was one of my greatest interests and passions. I was mobile-crazy even before Apple released iPhone 1.

Over the years I explored the subject and had it enough for now.

I will allow myself moments of randomness and will write about everything I find intresting without any specific content guidelines or line of thought.

Happy to be free in my writing.

26.11.15

Global Domination

I plan global commercial expansion and domination in specific markets.

24.11.15

5 attributes for 21st century success

Love of reading.

Thinking on your feet.

Be your own teacher.

Manage your attention.

Scepticism.

Sarajevo

Charming city in the southeastern Europe

Recently visited Sarajevo and had a good time there.

10.11.15

Curating Tweets

My latest idea of how I should blog.
Magic word is ''curation''. It doesn't take too much time.

I'll embed interesting tweet stories that pop up on my Twitter timeline.

Perfect publishing in my current circumstances.

The trust machine

Rumblr app

Davos 2016.

4.11.15

Business Dev

Plan - Do - Review

Roadtrip blues

We plan.

We do.

We review.


Assesment -> Planning -> Implementation -> Evaluation.

[ Now ] --- [ How ] --- [ Where ]

Goals -> Desired Outcomes -> Strategies -> Measure / Targets -> Results

1. Where do we want to go ?
2. How do we get there.
3. How do we measure success ?
4. How did we do ?
5. How can we improve ?

25.9.15

Fearless

 According to Joe Serio, trainer, author, Russian Mafia expert, and author of Overcoming Fear: 50 Lessons on Being Bold and Living the Dream.

1. Begin by acknowledging your fear.

"Say to yourself, 'Yes, I am afraid,' Serio advises. "This helps to reduce feelings of perfectionism or curb your procrastination." You don't have to tell the world, he adds, but say it to someone you trust, a loved one or a friend. Or if you prefer, just say it to yourself.

2. Get specific about what you're afraid of.

Figure out precisely what's causing you to be afraid, he says. "Is it fear of making a mistake or is it really fear of your perception of the consequences of making a mistake?" It's important to make that distinction, he says. "It's difficult to solve a problem when you don't know what the real problem is."

3. Give your fear a number from 1 to 10.

Rank your fear and then compare your fear to something worse. "Years ago my fear of public speaking was 10-plus," Serio says. "But compared to getting eaten by wolves, my fear of public speaking changed to 2 or 3." That made it much more manageable to face that fear -- not to mention start a business based on public speaking, he says.

4. Imagine the worst-case scenario.

What's the worst that could happen? Put some thought into answering that question. "So often your perception is worse than reality," Serio notes. "As Mark Twain said, 'I've suffered a great many catastrophes in my life. Most of them never happened.'"

Determine what's at risk and whether your fear is justified, he says. With everyday decisions, he adds, it often isn't.

5. Do some research.

"A great way to reduce fear is to talk with experienced people," Serio says. "They will bring some perspective and proportion to your interpretation of the situation. Chances are high that they too were afraid when they started out."

Beyond that, he says, try reading books and magazine articles about whatever it is you're setting out to do, taking classes, or finding groups around that area of interest. Almost nothing is as scary as the unknown, so the more you know, the more confident you will be.

6. Review your past successes.

You've had countless successes in life, beginning with learning to speak and walk, Serio says. "Frequently, you forget that you're powerful," he says. "If you need a reminder, set up a praise file of letters, emails, or cards thanking you for doing a good job. When fear gets inside of you, open the file and remind yourself you can do it."

7. Celebrate your successes, even small ones.

"It doesn't have to be loud and obnoxious," Serio says. "You can simply give yourself a pat on the back for a job well done or share it with people who are closest to you. Often, we believe that our accomplishments have to be huge to be worthy of celebrating." Remembering to celebrate small successes will reward you for the effort you've put in. And it will make it easier to make that effort the next time.

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