When you see a red light on the stove, you assume the stovetop is hot, and therefore, don't place your hand on it. In this case your assumption is correct and it protects you from harm. That’s because, we process information through filters that help us make decisions based on previous experiences and information. But making assumptions doesn’t always have positive outcomes. For example, if you start a new job and assume the day begins at 9am without asking anyone, you run the risk of being late.
I’ve been asked many times recently to comment on how the rise of AI will impact the jobs and the economy, particularly in customer service and contact centers. I’ve seen wildly differing forecasts, from the dire predictions of Elon Musk to the optimistic predictions of Accenture. According to Forrester’s recently released ‘The Future of Jobs’ report, robots will take 24.7 million jobs by 2027, but create 14.9 million new jobs in the same period. There is no doubt that AI will impact jobs globally more than any other technology in our lifetime. The key question is “what should we do about it?”
As of today, there are over 500 million blogs on the Internet. While you are read this article, hundreds of blogs are being published on the Internet. The number keeps growing every second. Even though blog posts are being published at a fast rate, there are only some blogs that become successful.
Success is often thought to be easy when you are not given the entire picture. Many may assume that notable business leaders experienced smooth sailing to the top of their respective industry. But in most cases, quite the opposite is true.
Technology is a word that was first coined in 1829. But does it mean the same thing in 2018? Probably not! We live in an era of technology. Take a close look at your own lifestyle. It is the reason you’re reading this article. Technology is what helps us start and end our days. Whether it’s your smartphone or your automatic car, technology has seeped through our lives. Technology has enabled millions of inventions that have had a great impact on improving our lives and making us more efficient.
During this last week, Elon Musk has taken a wrecking ball to his personal brand and provided a lesson in how not to manage your public persona, your brand, and your personal credibility.
Most business owners want to get more exposure on Google to increase exposure and drive more sales. Our dependency on Google is not new. If we do not know something, the answer is Google. We never think of this while using Google, but we search for answers using something called keywords. Sometimes you may type something and not find the right results for it. In such cases, you might try revising your keywords or what you searched for.