Why Do Your Employees Resist New Tech?

While the use and application of technology has become near ubiquitous around the world, the actual adoption of new and emerging technologies across most organizations continues to be less than optimal. Due to several barriers, tech adoption at an organizational level is often slow or even nonexistent. This keeps old legacy systems alive and hinders...

Review: The TourBox is My New Favorite Editing Tool

  When I first saw an ad about the TourBox, two thoughts came to mind. “Look, another console promising to change the way you edit” and “this looks weird”. With a Frankenstein mash-up of buttons, dials, and wheels, it definitely didn’t look as sleek as the Palette Gear or the LoupeDeck consoles, both devices that I own...

Boeing 747s Still Use Floppy Disks…And Other Small Business Tech News

Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?

China’s CATL aims to make EVs drive further with new tech

WUHAN, China/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s CATL (300750.SZ), a Tesla (TSLA.O) supplier, said on Wednesday it is working on a new technology that will allow battery cells to be integrated with an electric car’s chassis, shedding traditional casings that make battery systems bulky.

The Lab of the Future: How New Tech Like Robotics Balances with COVID Realities

What will the laboratory of the future look like, especially when dealing with post-COVID realities? Given the current situation of working during a pandemic, we really do need to be innovative in our how we design labs today for use tomorrow.

10 Tips for Remote Job Interviews

The coronavirus has drastically changed the process of interviewing, hiring, and onboarding new recruits. But there are organizations and people with extensive experience in this very situation.

Online job fair to offer Michigan students career tips during COVID-19 pandemic

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Starting Monday, July 13, 2020, Job Shadow Week was expected to go virtual to reach as many students as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic, including students in West Michigan.

Double down on learning and development now

During times of financial uncertainty, many companies look for ways to cut back costs – and learning and development budgets are often the first to go, according to Training Zone. But as blogger Lisa Gillespie writes, “This is a false economy. We must continue to learn or we stagnate.”


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