Just one more post about the importance of quickness and agility and I’ll leave this tired trope by itself. It had taken over 50 years for a reasonable most US households to acquire landline telephone service. It required less than 10 years for most households to acquire mobile phone services and less than a handful of years for a majority of households to access and use Facebook.
The initial ventures were huge – putting wires up all over America, especially when many people resided in rural areas still, and the costs and advantages of a home phone were tenuous. As people became convinced that home phones were valuable, cell phones emerged and again the cost/benefit was relatively uncertain when anyone could drop a quarter into a neighborhood pay phone. When the mobile phones started offering other features and immediate convenience became paramount, cell phones accelerated. Facebook and other platforms are built on the previous two ideas – ubiquitous connectivity through a worldwide backbone and frequently wireless connectivity predicated on smart phones.
- Site Contractors
- “Regards,” [personal, alright for second-time contact emails]
- Chambers of Business and Industries
- “Make safety a reality and don’t be considered a fatality.”
- 766 satisfied customers
- Be a Transformational innovator than a micro-manager
Building on these or other platforms, one can get to the market much more and effectively for digital products quickly. Mutually reinforcing or at conflict? The supporters and especially the vendors who are backing “digital transformation” want one to believe that you could work at … Read more