Brand journalism is about telling stories that make your audience want to learn more about the subject matter. These stories from SAP Business Trends cover a range of topics, including time compression, salary negotiations and renewable energy.
|We’ve gotten so good at compressing time, it’s difficult to imagine a customer waiting more than a few days for almost anything.|
Technology is helping humans compress time, especially in terms of ordering and delivering something. Martin Barkman looks at how supply chain management is evolving, from filling orders in near real time to 3D printing items immediately.
The U.S. economy is still on a tear, leading workers in some industries to start demanding raises — while others are stuck with stagnant wages. Susan Galer sums up the state of salary negotiations for executives, entry-level employees and others across industries.
Taking career advice from video games probably isn’t always the best idea, but sometimes it works. Tim Clark explores how art imitates life in a controversial video game that reminds players that they must adapt to rapid disruption in the real world.
Kaan Turnali has been on both sides of the technology equation, as a customer asking others to design new solutions, and as a consultant whom people rely on for answers. He sees parallels between the two, which inspired these tips for cultivating innovative technology solutions.
Renewable energy is becoming more affordable in many regions — and New Zealand has plenty of it. Derek Klobucher examines how one Kiwi energy company uses new technology and natural resources to take advantage of changing trends and consumer demands.