Which will be the hottest technological inventions right now? Which are the most recent technology coming our way? What technology will drive the worldwide talks, and moreover, that will have the best effect in 2019? When it turns out a few will probably be quite evident, while others may surprise you. Listed below are a few of the latest up and coming technologies for 2019 and outside. Using a brand new year, we are taking a new look at where sustainability has been led globally.

These innovative technologies with potential impact for business.
  • 5G networks. ...
  • Mainstream blockchain apps. ...
  • More AI-enabled platforms for automated work. ...
  • Machine learning for customer service. ...
  • 3D printing. ...
  • New security measures. ...
  • Augmented reality. ...
These technologies are worth to watch closely in 2019.
  • Machine Learning will advance Artificial Intelligence (AI) ...
  • 10 Ways Smart Cities Will Restructure The Economy. ...
  • Quantum Computing (Supercomputing). ...
  • Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) ...
  • 10 Ways Smart Cities Will Restructure The Economy. ...
  • More AI solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses. ...
  • Wireless Charging Technology From Ecoupled. ...

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This is the fifth and final part of the broader series on the "10 Rules of Innovation Management," which has been brimming with best practices for managing an online, collaborative innovation management program, whether you're already well on your way or are just starting to think about launching a program. In our last post, I shared my views on communication and transparency. To wrap things up, we're moving onto evaluation and recognition. We’ll look into how to evaluate different campaign scenarios, and why and how to recognize top participants.     


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This is the fifth and final part of the broader series on the "10 Rules of Innovation Management," which has been brimming with best practices for managing an online, collaborative innovation management program, whether you're already well on your way or are just starting to think about launching a program. In our last post, I shared my views on communication and transparency. To wrap things up, we're moving onto evaluation and recognition. We’ll look into how to evaluate different campaign scenarios, and why and how to recognize top participants.     

10-rules-of-innovation-management-part-5-rules-9-and-10

This is the fifth and final part of the broader series on the "10 Rules of Innovation Management," which has been brimming with best practices for managing an online, collaborative innovation management program, whether you're already well on your way or are just starting to think about launching a program. In our last post, I shared my views on communication and transparency. To wrap things up, we're moving onto evaluation and recognition. We’ll look into how to evaluate different campaign scenarios, and why and how to recognize top participants.     


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