Tag: sea

November 13, 2019 admin123@ No comments exist

Triple bottom line TBL = people, profit, planet (3Ps). 1981: Freer Spreckley says firms should measure their TBL. 1994: John Elkington’s 3Ps suggests sustainability as a goal.  1997: his book ‘Cannibals with Forks‘ asks firms to measure/ report financial performance, social wealth creation & environmental aspects.  What next for stakeholders?  Quadruple bottom line, which includes…

May 21, 2019 admin123@ No comments exist

Anticipate Anticipate which type of business attacks you’ll get & from where.  Theft of client or bank data.  Fraud in client or employee systems.  Losing critical information or system access.  Focus on prevention, rather than detection Guessed the Word?         Series 42 (3/8)          [pic: analogicus]

January 26, 2019 admin123@ No comments exist

Tradewind Tradewind blowing!  Tech is disrupting the model of seaborne trade that’s ruled for decadesExamples: Automated hydroponic indoor farms grow summer crops year-round; 3D printers churn out jet engine parts on demand anywhere.  Trade agreements now have as much to do with data flows as physical goods Guessed the Word?           Series 36…

November 14, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Emotion Emotion can prevent start-ups from seeing their idea isn’t viable as a business.  Obscure, esoteric new products/ services only appeal to few people. Targeting a small niche means less competition, but also less money Guessed the Word?             Series 33 (2/5)           [pic: lubo minar]  

July 4, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Out of Office Scandinavian out of office reply shows firms get clients despite 5-week closure: “Hej! I’m on vacation for the next 5 weeks. Back on Aug 7.  I won’t access emails & won’t read the backlog, so get in touch that week.  Happy Sommar!”  Summertime & the work is easy Guessed the Word?     …

June 11, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Ordinary Yesterday’s ‘wow!’ quickly becomes ordinary.  Customers are divinely discontent, & their expectations always go up.  But if it wasn’t human nature to seek something better, we’d still be leading primitive lives in caves Guessed the Word?           Series 25 (2/5)             [pic: joel bengs]

June 6, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Guess the Word  and Contact Us for prizes!  Series 25 starts soon….. 1st letter of each post Title (in a Series) spells a business word – spelt correctly, backwards, jumbled up, or as an anagram.  Previous answers: Series 24  spelt  G-R-E-Y-S-Y-N   (SYNERGY) Series 23  spelt   F-L-I-P-G-A-S-H   (FLAGSHIP) Series 22 spelt   S-I-N-B-U-S-E-S   (BUSINESS) Series 21 spelt   C-A-B-K-A-P-Y   (PAYBACK)   Series 20 spelt …

April 27, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

  Guess the Word  and Contact Us for prizes!  Series 23 starts soon….. 1st letter of each post Title (in a Series) spells a business word – spelt correctly, backwards, jumbled up, or as an anagram.  Previous answers: Series 22 spelt   S-I-N-B-U-S-E-S   (BUSINESS) Series 21 spelt   C-A-B-K-A-P-Y   (PAYBACK) Series 20 spelt   L-A-B-L-O-G   (GLOBAL) Series 19 spelt   C-U-E-S-S-C-S   (SUCCESS) Series 18 spelt   M-E-N-O-Y …

March 26, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Plastic By 2050, more plastic than fish, by weight, in the sea?  Plastic Bank exchange platform uses blockchain digital currency to incentivize plastic waste collection, & recycle into pellets for manufacturing & 3D printing Guessed the Word?     Series 21 (1/7)        [pic:simisi1]

January 17, 2018 admin123@ No comments exist

Vortex Plastic ends up in a giant vortex (gyre) of rubbish in the sea.  The Great Pacific garbage patch, with 1/3 of all plastic in the oceans, is twice as big as the UK.  There are 4 other gyres: in the S Pacific, N Atlantic, S Atlantic and Indian Ocean Guessed the Word?     …