How AI will become omnipresent

The resurgence of artificial intelligence in recent years has been fueled by both the advent of cheap, available mass processing capacity and breakthroughs in AI algorithms that allow them to scale and tackle more complex problems. Interestingly, this recent trend is reminiscent of the personal computing revolution of the ’80s, when cheaper and more available computing became a catalyst for mass “computerization” of numerous industries. Much like AI today, computers and computerization felt cutting edge and new, so companies were setting up computing departments and computerization task forces. By the standards of those days, we are all computer specialists today.

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The Significance Of Inside Sales For Your Commercial Organization

The sales department is arguably one of the most important divisions of any company. Sales employees are responsible for effectively communicating the value of a business product or service in a way that a targeted group of clientele will understand and embrace.

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Do Salespeople Make Good Founders? Here’s What They Do (and Don’t) Bring to the Table.

There are so many stereotypes about different company departments: Marketing teams make things look pretty but don’t drive results; HR is either the politically correct police or the firing department; and the engineering team is vital but not strategic. Salespeople tend to be typecasted more than anyone: We’re pushy, greedy and self-centered.

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6 Income Generating Activities That Are a Good Use of Your Time

Do you want to know the number one secret to good time management skills? It’s focusing your time on income producing activities. The problem is most people don’t know what those are!

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Three Tips To Help Engineers Be More Customer-Centric

Modern companies often strive to be more customer-centric. The more aware you are of customer needs and the more empathy you have toward their motivations, the easier it is to build a great product.

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Selling Is Like Dating: Long-Term Relationships Mean More Than A Quick Sell

Have you been receiving the more-than-usual LinkedIn requests from people who seem to be worth knowing until they instantly slam you with a sales pitch? My instant reaction is to want to school them all on business etiquette. But more importantly, I want to teach them the power of true relationship-based selling. These poor souls are ruining the initial opportunity they were able to create — the first “yes” from you or me when we accepted their LinkedIn request to connect.

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