HMS Cornerstone Solutions cures your business pain points by harnessing technology. We are more than a software consultancy firm – we’re a partner vested in the overall health and wellness of your business. We streamline software solutions and business processes to improve your utilization, delivering quantifiable information using real-time data points to save you money and improve your bottom line.
Harvard Business School professor Clayton M. Christensen coined the term ‘disruptive technology’ in his 1997 best-selling book, “The Innovator’s Dilemma.” Christensen states that disruptive technology lacks maturity, often has performance problems, appeals to a limited audience, and may not yet have a proven practical application. As an unused, unapplied and untested alternative, it takes time for disruptive technology to be predominantly deployed.
However, because disruptive technology is new it has certain advantages, enhancements, and functionalities over competitors. This technology consists of ground-breaking products that significantly alter the way businesses or entire industries operate, and ultimately renders existing technology obsolete. Examples of disruptive technology are Email and Cell Phones.
Disruptive technologies are sometimes described as being simultaneously destructive and creative, with the power to change the way we work, live, think and behave.
In a positive development for the home building industry and housing affordability, the United States and China announced an agreement to suspend a proposed Jan. 1 tariff boost to… Read More at NAHBNow.com
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Economists love worker training, but companies are often reluctant to provide it. The benefits of training can walk out the door if newly skilled workers are poached by a competitor.
Near-record-low unemployment is one big reason companies are recommiting to training. With a U.S. jobless rate of just 3.7 percent in September and more than 7 million unfilled positions as of August, employers can’t find the people they need in the ranks of the jobless, and luring them away from other employers has gotten prohibitively expensive in some cases. “Your choice is always make or buy. ‘Buy’ is steal somebody else’s worker…
When a major builder, Cresleigh Homes, recently proposed a high-rise housing project at 16th and N streets, officials discovered the state’s protection act map included that site and precluded developer’s from going more than 10 stories high, even though the site is a half-mile from the Capitol dome.
“It seemed to be an anomaly, given how far it was away from the Capitol,” city community development director Ryan DeVore said.
Today’s announcement of Amazon’s investment in Plant Prefab, a startup based in Rialto, California, comes on the heels of the company’s announcement of a new line of Alexa-enabled smart home devices, suggesting a potential new avenue of smart home development, experimentation, and expansion.
The new $6.7 million Series A funding round, which also includes investments from Obvious Ventures and other private investors, will support expansion and talent acquisition for the company, including senior hires and new factories operating on the company’s patented Plant Building System. The company current operates out of a 62,000-square-foot facility in Rialto.
“We need more cities to address the shortage of new homes being built at the entry level. That will take forward thinking at the city level to address the lack of new development at the affordable end.”