Geoengineering against climate change

Geoengineering, also called climate engineering, is a group of technologies that are seeking to mitigate the effects of climate change by two methods. The first of these, CDR, stands for carbon dioxide removal. The second is SRM, or solar radiation management. CDR technologies are trying to remove the excess carbon stored in the atmosphere–greenhouse gases… Continue reading Geoengineering against climate change

Impacts of Organisational Change on Employees

Change is an inevitable necessity for any business to be able to level up. However, it is not always welcomed with open arms by employees. Fear is a natural reaction that adjustments ignites and the mystery that comes with change. The tough truth is that a business can never make take step forward without making… Continue reading Impacts of Organisational Change on Employees

Optimizing invoice handling for a law firm

If a law firm wants to generate an improved cash inflow through a faster invoicing process, a simple and standardized billing process needs to be created. The optimizations should lead to a reduction of invoicing peaks and to an even billing over the year. The aim is therefore to enable a monthly billing of services… Continue reading Optimizing invoice handling for a law firm

Why You Should Double Management Positions

Doubling the management positions in different organisations is rapidly catching on as a flexible work arrangement. With the current economic realities, it is prudent for businesses to make an organisational adjustment to compete and grow as well. For businesses to compete on a global scale, there’s a need for responsiveness and 24/7 availability, especially in… Continue reading Why You Should Double Management Positions

Diversity Improvements!?

The last years have seen a number of exciting startups securing venture capital and developing innovative products that include healthcare wearables and focus on diversity improvements. Fem Tech is the name for the women-led, women-designed new product startups, and the success of these traditional and consumer health care products can be summed up in two… Continue reading Diversity Improvements!?

Why two functional periods are enough

For all organisations, the difference between success and failure lies in identifying and cultivating strong leadership. Without strong managers weaved throughout the organisation, it’s possible the entire company will stagnate and fail to deliver on the promise of its mission. But how many functional periods shall a manager remain in place? Identifying strong managers isn’t quite… Continue reading Why two functional periods are enough

Can we change our human behaviour?

Taking an extra dose of Simvastatin, and then ordering double cheese on the pizza–no, screw it, let’s get double pepperoni, too!  This may not be the recommended usage of statin drugs for cholesterol, but it is how they are used by many more people than are willing to admit to the practice. While health care… Continue reading Can we change our human behaviour?

Nanotechnology and behavioral variables in healthcare

Big data and machine learning platforms (and nanotechnology in the future) are in a unique position to analyze one of the most challenging aspects of medical research: behavioral variables that are not reported accurately by common assessment methods. While EMRs (electronic medical records) prompt healthcare providers to collect a great deal of subjective information that… Continue reading Nanotechnology and behavioral variables in healthcare

Service-Providing and outsourcing in the banking sector

Difficult times for banks. The existing business models are becoming less and less profitable and the new business models are either specified by the regulator or demanded by the customers. Gone are the days when banks could be successful as universal banks. A special business model (Banking as a Service) has developed not least based… Continue reading Service-Providing and outsourcing in the banking sector