Technology and Innovation
By Sheri Wilson
Podcasts, presentations, articles, and more on Technology and Innovation. The content of this podcast is not limited to computer science, in fact, it involves more than just machines, but also people, relationships, behavior, and our use of computers. It not only includes business matters, but also matters of the heart and how to manage effectively in business, education, science, and spirituality.
Psycho-Social View - Technology and Relationships
Is technology helpful in relationship development and management or does it make matters worse?
January 31, 2023
Cloud Computing & Technology
Business Systems and Technology Strategy; Standardization and the Internet's Systems - Potential of a Shared Architecture
January 21, 2023
Data Transfer & Storage Review
The Internet's Redesign: Reviewing Account Certification, Transfer, Update, and Storage Process
January 16, 2023
Research & Discussion
What is considered a theory and why do we use and create scientific research?
January 15, 2023
Duplication of Identity Authentication
The organization and preparation for scientific research in Information Technology Identity Management.
January 07, 2023
The Doctor's Journey
Education, Systems, and Perception
December 30, 2022
Technology Innovation Management - The Book
Published and available on Amazon.com. Corporate and Social Responsibility in Technology; the Evolution in Society and how it relates to Acquisitions and Leadership.
December 15, 2022
Dissertation Discussion - Thesis, Intelligence, Review
Discussion of topic selection, avoiding certain areas, emotional attachments, review of other dissertations.
December 11, 2022
Learning Systems - Human, Computer, Machine
Systems, Brains, Processing, Organizing and Managing Information
December 01, 2022
Management: Social Media & Technology - Purpose, Study, Responsibility
Not sure what's going on; in need of more professional content. Discovery: Social Systems stuck in Highschool Filtering of Social Content.
November 30, 2022
Acquisitions & Building - Tech Boxes, Packages, and How We Refer to Things
Do things more Efficiently and Effectively - Standardization, Duplication, Overlap Time wasters - Being forced to adapt to inconsistencies Industry standards - Charlie's Small Landscaping Business as an example - Using Box Forms to Respond to Requests Acquisition Decisions; Integrations
November 27, 2022
Sharing of Ideas, Investors, Plans, and People
How do ideas actually get put into action? Investments? Proposals? Prototypes? Trials? Directing?
November 23, 2022
Venture Capitalism and Ice Cream - Machines, Advertising, Needs, and Savings
What can we do at home? Are we consumed by advertising? Cost of Ice Cream at an Ice Cream Shop: $4.43 for one serving (can be shared) - Daily Ice Cream = 1,616.95 Cost of Ice Cream Machine: $55.00 - $1400 (Depending upon selection) + Store Ingredients Cost of Making it at Home: (Requires a Blender) - $6.00 makes 1 gallon with Fruit and Cookies leftover for the next round Ice $4.00 Cream $2.00 Chocolate Chips $2.00 Cookies $3.00 Cherries (or Frozen Fruit) $4.00 Syrup (or make your own) Cost varies when you make it at home and is unknown unless you measure quantities, consumers, availability of flavor, and other optionals (walnuts, syrup, and your willingness to make your own with new ideas) - Frozen vs. Fresh; Ice cream for Breakfast. THIS IS INNOVATION in comparison to Marketing & Advertising Technology (technology being the Machine, or the very advertising device that gets you interested in Ice Cream). Investing in a Blender! Invest NOT in an Ice Cream Machine because the Blender does it and more. Invent a Blender, Juicer, Smoothie (All Purpose). You must consider leftover items, use, and INVESTMENT for future uses, with plans to use the extras for other things: Pie, Cake, Smoothies, Breakfast It's MORE THAN JUST ICE CREAM, just like Venture Capitalism is for more than just STARTUP technology companies.
November 22, 2022
Communication and Reasoning
Mental Health, Decision Making, Rationalization
November 22, 2022
Artificial Intelligence, Learning, and Neurological Explanations
Presented where listeners can understand what is being said, created, and explained in the community, and how it relates to computer science.
November 14, 2022
Profile Management - Data Efficiency
Efficiency and Data Integrity.
November 13, 2022
Managing Health and Spirituality, along with Technology
Managing wounds, growing, and developing with God.
November 12, 2022
Veteran's Day - Use the Title "Veteran" Responsibly
Celebrating the service, its members, and what it means and should mean to be a Veteran.
November 11, 2022
Technology, Computer Science and Research Plans
What's coming up in research, focus areas, challenges, and study areas.
November 10, 2022
Electromagnetics, Brain Scans, Self-Help Technology
November 09, 2022
Brain Technologies - Hospital Psychiatric and Neurological Systems
At home capabilities development with Brain PC functionality and integration as a performance and memory manager. Old technologies: Image Scan, Evaluation, Observation, Diagnosis, Medication, Maintenance
November 07, 2022
Words - Written, Spoken, Declared, Actions
Choosing them carefully, deciphering fact, making up words, trust, and definitions. Putting it all together. Can words help, change, or hurt? Yes, and so can silence.
November 06, 2022
Mergers & Acquisitions of and for Technology
Why Mergers and Acquisitions of Technology? What is to be gained, how do we prepare, what is the purpose? Acquiring parts of technology to create an a fully integrated system? Event management is used as an example where acquisition and mergers might be good or necessary to create profitable technology.
November 05, 2022
Acquiring or Developing Technology
Things to consider when buying or deciding to build technology.
November 04, 2022
Root Analysis Causation - Detection in Sets; Timespan, Fact Based Comparison, Theory Evaluation; Questioning Reasoning Fact & Theory; Suspicion or Guess - Triangular Connections and Points; 3 points in a specific area with a mathematical calculable equation without a formula to specify 3 points and the areas within. A combination of possible mathematical and qualitative analysis that can be quantified - with a physics reference being 'quantum' Where is the leap? Only in your understanding or delivery, unless your definition and application of leap includes time/year calculations resulting in the probability of missing days or information - depending upon how it is calculated and accounted for.
November 02, 2022
A planned change in processes, products, or goals. Innovation is creative change; a new method, idea, or product, or the action or process of innovating. A strategic plan for improvements through the implementation of technology or new process.
November 02, 2022
Brain Functioning and PC - Gap Analysis
A PC product innovation as an assistive medical device with MRI technology.
November 02, 2022
Internet Businesses - Taking it to the next level
Are there even levels? Businesses can do so much more than what they currently do with Internet Systems - beyond contact details and marketing.
November 15, 2021
Online Communications - Relationship & Behavior Rules
Following rules online - what are your focus areas?
November 08, 2021
Career & Life Decisions
What career and education choices were made and who or what influenced them?
November 08, 2021
Don't go technical on me now. Shocking responses
November 08, 2021
Going through the Emotions - Retrospect
Separation, Traveling, Being Alone
November 08, 2021
When Professional and Personal Relationships Intertwine - Episode 1
The Divorce and start of a friendship.
November 08, 2021
Advancement of Video Technology
From 8mm projector TVs, still photography, all the way to the Blu Ray Disc and Neuroimaging Scans. So much has yet to be accomplished.
November 07, 2021
Innovating Office Tasks - Event Management Using Databases
Planning, Organizing, Storing, and Using Information - Advantages of Databases and Connected Systems over Office 365 basic work products.
October 29, 2021
Technology & Innovation - Implementation
Global or National Development & Implementation Strategy
October 28, 2021
Innovation Must Haves
There is what the expensive textbook says, there is your understanding based upon experience, and there is what is considered realistic. Innovation must haves: 1. Create Value: Creating value is a vague, but explainable requirement of innovation. It must create value, but it must be more than a profit. Value is created on multiple fronts: intrinsic value for employees of the organization, from an organizational psychology standpoint. Products and services must be of value to the customers and clients, including both intrinsic and extrinsic value, meaning it has to be valuable from both the human and consumer perspective. To sell or produce without human relationships or limited contact and human exchange is valuable, but humanless contact with little to no service elements. 2. Staff needs to be inspired and motivated to think up and develop innovative ideas: Inspiration and motivation for innovation is required, as is time apart from the regular and routine activities. It is not that incentive is required, but psychological value in human worth, as well as an immediate or future payoff, not necessarily in monetary value, but morale or happiness and work satisfaction. Inspiration is often required because it is one of the things that motivate humans to do better and be better. Routine work for many becomes day to day living, the expectation of a daily, monthly, and quarterly life and for many, this works and is fine, but innovation changes the routine, therefore it must be inspiring and motivating, otherwise, it will be met with resistance. I disagree with the video, in that, budgets are not required to innovate and reward new ideas, although if available, it should be spent strategically where value is created for the business that produces long term results on multiple levels; viewed as part of the investment of innovation, where the payoff is longevity, reduced employee turnover, better work climates or dynamics, and better products and services, resulting in industry or world-wide change. 3. Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing is essential: This topic is also debatable because not everyone is inspired by collaboration, especially if employees require monetary incentive to be innovative. Natural innovators don't need immediate promise of payment because they already know their ideas are guaranteed to bring profits and improve life. Many innovators enjoy working with people that perform at the same or level above, and are sometimes willing to train others, or create training programs for knowledge sharing. Innovation is easily delayed or damaged by being forced to collaborate and knowledge share. Innovation happens faster with smaller groups and willing ears to invest. 4. Idea sharing: The video suggests idea sharing. This is good to engage people and give them a sense of ownership in the direction of the company, as long as the company is willing to select the best ideas and implement them. It's wasteful to talk about all the wonderful possibilities and never bring anything to reality. 5. Encouraging innovation, teamwork, and collaboration These are basic management principles. If a company doesn't take time out to challenge their business ideas, review and change their goals, and review ways of making things better, they stagnate and so the employees. Innovation and teamwork changes this. 6. Measurements Innovation has to be measured and if you can't measure it, then you can't consider it innovation. People can talk all day about how great something is, can be, should be, or will be, but if there is no data and proof with visible results, it's of little to no value. Reference: Innovation in Plain English, G. Fainberg, February 2014, accessed from YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-rzge5rFFQ
October 24, 2021