Strategic Prioritization is fundamentally a way of developing ideas and then setting an order for preferred completion for each idea, thereby creating a ranking of importance. It’s especially difficult within a company structure because there are so many stakeholders and various personal opinions. However, according to a Harvard Business Review article, the
ERC stands for Ethereum Request for Contract, and they are documents used by the Ethereum smart contract developer community. Each ERC defines various rules that affect how tokens can be used within Ethereum. There’s a formal process for approving ERCs, with revisions and commentary provided through the community. The main reason for
Our previous post defined security tokens and explored several uses cases for “securitizing” various investments. We explained that security tokens are backed by real-world assets that are tangibly valuable. This makes the asset more liquid because it provides a building owner, art dealer, or classic car purveyor with access to capital while
In today’s business landscape, one trait sets the best companies apart from the rest: innovation. But what is it exactly that makes innovative companies tick? There’s a paradox that runs straight through the business world: on the one hand, we need to make all the numbers add up. We must report back
Some debates are not easily resolved. Kanban or Scrum? Vim or Emacs? In the world of software, many technical engineering debates are created but never settled. True, most engineering debates can be emotional or reductionist; however, they often have little to do with actual engineering benefits, but everything to do with opinion.
The Sharing Economy is by no means a new concept. We have been living with this concept for some time, but what does the sharing economy mean?
Anyone thinking about an ICO launch needs to ask themselves, is this what I really need, or am I just getting on the bandwagon?
Essentially, a security token is one that “securitizes” a real-world asset. So the coin is backed by an asset that has a tangible value, unlike an ICO that involves utility coins which might accelerate in value but can also turn into ether. Security tokens enable assets to become much more liquid as
Remote vs OnSite? You hear it everywhere: offices lined with cubicle workers are on their way out. The hottest startups attract new talent with promises of work-at-home Fridays. Ranks of digital nomads take their jobs to the beach. But if you’re a manager looking to make a new hire you’ll be looking
Addressing the Key Challenges of Technical Debt When it comes to technical debt, it’s vital to understand that the debts found in your software code represent more than just lost hard costs. There’s also the “softer” costs that come when the debt affects your team’s ability to get things done. Whether these