Al Erisman questions whether layoffs are the best answer in tough economic climates.
Al Erisman discusses the realities of the relationship between energy and climate.
Understanding how to interact with digital technology, whether it is the “netiquette” in using it or the meaning associated with the data we generate.
Al Erisman presents a case for the continued observation of technology.
Misinformation in the form of strong statements about the downsides of technology or overstatements on the payoff of technology, can readily find its way into the press. How do business leaders see through this fog?
Challenges for protecting the information assets of the organization increase. Understanding and preparing for these issues is a vital part of being in business in the 21st century.
Underlying continuity masks the changing nature of new technology that will affect business, and it will take new skills to deal with both the technology and its impact on people.
There is little question that technology is reshaping work. But the final shape is still in flux. Knowing both what technology can do, and when it should not be used, becomes a new essential tool in the leader’s tool kit.
The airline illustration is important as a business in its own right. But it also acts as an illustration that technology advances for components of a large system can fall short of their potential if the entire system is not carefully examined.
Al Erisman takes on one of the hottest areas in technology today — social networks and how they apply to business.