12 interesting individuals are predicting the future. They are from different industries with different perspectives, highly enjoyable. Continue reading Predicting the Future
When presidents can publish threats and aggressive tweets on Twitter and not be closed down, I do not want to be a part of it. When most information I see is angry post claiming all things are bad, I do not want to be a part of it. When all discussions are polarized and you are … Continue reading I am leaving Facebook and Twitter
Brad Parscale is the man that orchestrated the Trump Online Campaign. He says he won the election on Facebook with highly targeted ads — this is a very interesting interview, well worth the look if you are into how today’s information infrastructure works and how to twist peoples minds.
How Facebook ads helped elect Trump
For a long time, I have sincerely felt I made the wrong decision when I left the military in 1998. I miss the passion, friendship, adventure and also how there was not an option to miss on solving the task at hand and never let things slip, not to forget the trust amongst colleagues and … Continue reading What I miss from my time in the Military
I often state that startups are the special forces of business, so this article about Special Forces leadership is a really good read if you think your team is bleeding edge in their field. To lead high-performers in any line of work is hard, but few are as tough to lead as special forces soldiers. There is a lot to be inspired by from the tips in this article.
Secrets of “Special Ops” Leadership
Your business is making decisions only on 20% of the information you have access to, this since 80% of your information is unstructured and up until now not able to be fully utilized. It is about time we start to make decisions for our company based on all information we have, not only 20%. All else would be quite stupid, wouldn’t it? Continue reading Why is unstructured data so important?
”Don’t be just a tech company—you want to combine 2 skills that have not been successfully combined before”
– Reed Hastings