Why is a change in production technologies going to make a difference? If that’s true, what would happen if every factory in the world went out of business. We have all seen companies like Levi Strauss and Rayon that take advantage of the new technology while they’re at it and their factories are still located in countries where they can somehow control their production processes. So why would someone take that route? The real reason is that corporations may not be able to control their factories when it comes to oil and chemicals but they could still get away with manufacturing these environmentally-friendly goods because they are cheap enough that consumers will most likely pay for them.
A recent survey has revealed that the shift to computer generated imagery is resulting in a more educated work force. Did you know that 10% of employees across the country have a computer in their first job? That’s a significant percentage if you think about it. It’s actually pretty amazing when we think about it. A recent report from Thomson Reuters indicates that worldwide we will enter the next decade with over 30% of workers using video . After decades of focusing on the beauty of celluloid , which only reflects an industry dominated by expensive synthetic fibers, new technological advancements are shifting attention away from the original combination of celluloid and photographic ink .
The use, re-use and decomposition of technology has been gaining momentum in recent years. As a response to this emerging trend, some manufacturers have begun to explore the idea of re-purposing old products into new devices. A few years ago, you would have probably seen a huge increase in the number of remanufactured electronics around the world. However, today there is a real possibility that this trend may be taking hold, creating a market for products created using off-the shelf products.
Show me a company that does a better product than anyone else in the world. It’s not like there a lot of companies out there sitting on mass production that is capable and willing to capture all the potential profit potential of the new technology and ensure it will serve their product strategies or R&D budgets. According to Steve Wilson, Chief Technology Officer at Genocidal Research Group, “All manufacturing companies are actually looking for incremental improvements over traditional practices.
Does a change in producers technology lead to a movement? This past weekend my teacher and I took up knitting in the classroom. While I was knitting, my teacher proudly showed me the progress she had made with her new crochet table top and how it was becoming a “Kegerator.” The answer is no. Scientists are discovering how to make coffee pots with coffee pods, but that doesn’t really mean they can make beer pails. Scientists are now using computers and cell phones to measure the movement of molecules in living systems, but that’s not really all scientists can do without trusty computers and cell phones.
Based on the recent trend towards what is called the “Big Data Revolution”, I had to post about this one. Some would say that data is always there but it’s used really badly and has no real impact on people’s lives, but I disagree. Let’s look at this from a different perspective, instead of looking at thousands of data points like other companies, to them having millions of different products over time is not real. Also, a lot of companies are focused on how much effort they put into their product design so it will make your life easier because you won’t need to stop and check the product before you buy or ask questions regarding shelf life etc.
Social media, especially Twitter, has the power to change the world. But beyond people adopting new perspectives, social media also affects the transparency of who is running a company. Social media has made it easier to share information through hashtags and is changing the way that companies communicate about social topics.
People are faster and more efficient than ever before. This has led to a movement among people who strive to do their own thing and make the best choices for the betterment of society. Even the government has been made up of people that are well-informed, pragmatic, and creative. The United States is no exception; an increase in innovation has led to a microchip industry that’s expected to make electronics cheap enough to be used in every industry.
I’m always looking at new ways to make my business more competitive. Recently I was talking with a bootlegger who has always been concerned that his industry could get hit with the same destructive forces we are seeing in today’s society. Some in their groups have been real aggressive and just say, “Come on man, the world is gonna end.”. While I agree teeny tiny bit what they are saying, it’s hard not to take it personally. By being around these people, I started hearing all kinds of stuff about how technology has harmed yet again our industry and made us obsolete. The thing is, this has really really gotten me thinking.
Can you imagine waking up one day without a TV? Or maybe a telephone? Well do you know what we mean by that? When we wake up and this country is being run by smart people. So we think of our parents, doctors, lawyers, and all the other people that make things happen in our daily lives as “smart.” But can this simple problem be solved by smart technology? Sure, most of us use smartphones to contact our friends or family members. And it’s not just a fact that smartphones have made us more efficient to our lives. But some people are saying their fashion game is changing too. Because I like the new trends here in Europe.