“Technology has exceeded our humanity”
Technologies are human creations,
yet some technologies (e.g. roads — in many cases)
are placed before humans — at times.
That image was here -
I found the image on a Myspace page.
The image also happened to be on the site www.americansarebrainwashed.com.
I don’t think that any Americans actually are "brainwashed" — whereas that site name suggests that all Americans are brainwashed. Yet, there are Americans who resist or stray from the status quo, and the word "brainwashed" is over-the-top — to the point of ridiculousness.
What does a NASCAR Pit Crew have to do with Multi-Site Technology Rollouts?
Article by Concert Technologies
A NASCAR car traveling at 100 miles per hour will travel 150 feet per second. During a ten-second pit stop, all of that car’s competitors will gain one-quarter mile over the stopped car. With this in mind, the pit crew must have set processes and methodologies that allow for their success. These carefully developed processes were most important at last year’s Daytona 500 where the average speed was 137.284 mph, the margin of victory was only .119 seconds and there were an astonishing 52 lead changes.
Good Morning America did a TV segment illustrating the relation of a pit crew to efficient business models and building a successful team. Just like a pit crew is responsible for the rapid time in and out of the pit stop, so is your rollout delivery team for getting each site completed on an accelerated schedule.
Does the technology rollout company you’re engaging have metrics to evaluate their rollout delivery team for meeting accelerated site schedule dates, tech arrival times, performance on site and other project objectives for your technology rollout success?
StrategyThe overall goal of a NASCAR racing team is for the team’s car to take first place. The team must work efficiently and with processes in place to increase the speed and handling of the race car to allow for the car to perform at its best. This is analogous to a technology rollout company with the overall goal to deploy technology across multiple sites rapidly and efficiently. It is essential that the technology rollout company has experienced resources at the sites and the ability to manage and disseminate site requirement changes with little to no advanced notice. This information must be quickly and accurately relayed to all appropriate parties to accelerate or maintain the rollout schedule of each site
Multiple Services PerformedDuring a scheduled pit stop, the pit crew performs a multi-service operation as swiftly and efficiently as possible. The car is refueled, the tires changed, debris is removed from the radiator air intakes, the windshield is cleaned and many other services are performed as issues arise. In order to be the most effective team possible, the pit crew maintains a training schedule comparable to that of a professional athlete, even in NASCAR’s offseason.
To compare, the technology rollout company must have the resources and experience for accelerated multi-service technology deployments. Their processes and methodologies must be scalable enough to have the ability to deploy the multiple technologies necessary to minimize truck rolls and complete the project across all sites with less time and impact to the end user’s schedule.
The goal of both the pit crew and the technology rollout company is to utilize a business model that includes a system of processes and methodologies to minimize each site’s time by increasing efficiency to accelerate your project schedule successfully.
Does your technology rollout company have the processes and models in place to run your technology rollout as smoothly as a well-oiled machine?
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Technology question by Thomas Jefferson: What new technology or predictions has Creation science produced and independently verified?
What independent branches of science has made predictions that matches Creation Science’s predictions or technology produced?
Valid scientific theory must make predictions that can be verified. And further, results in new technology. What predictions has creation science made that has been independently verified?
Technology best answer:
Answer by origen_1999
a hypothesis about the past isn’t too keen on creating technology for the future.