Cisco’s Silicon One, and its three pillars for the Internet for the Future, is changing the way companies adapt to serve their customers. Thyseenkrupp is changing the most used transportation system in the world, elevators, and is using predictive analytics and Azure cloud technology to make elevators more intelligent, efficient and maintainable. “Start Finishing: How To Go From Idea to Done” provides tips on how to get unstuck and avoid getting disconnected from those whom your work benefits. Do work that matters.1 Pulling a Cisco
Peggy talks about Cisco’s Silicon One and its three pillars for the Internet for the Future that it announced in December 2019. Technology is getting aggressive and changing the way companies must adapt to serve their customers and Cisco is an excellent example of this: embracing the change and disputing themselves.
Peggy and Jon Clarine, head of digital services, Thyseenkrupp talk about how the most used transportation system in the world, elevators, are changing with technology. He explains how it is using predictive analytics to make elevators more intelligent and efficient as well as using Azure cloud technology, big data, and machine learning to make maintenance more efficient.
Charlie Gilkey, author, Start Finishing: How To Go From Idea to Done chatted with Peggy to provide his tips on how to get unstuck, which includes: figuring out the joy in the project, don’t take on too much, and avoid getting disconnected from those that your work benefits. He also suggests tips on doing work that matters.