Organizations are more boundary-less, agile, global, and transparent — and will be even more so in the future.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1RmCgUa via IFTTT
When a city is drafting a new master plan, putting up some posters suggesting citizens come to a public meeting just isn’t enough. Relying on the input from only those who bother to show up doesn’t cut it if inclusive planning is the goal.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1Max3wB via IFTTT
DUBLIN–()– (http://ift.tt/1UTvLaV) has announced the addition of SNS Research’s new report “The M2M, IoT & Wearable Technology Ecosystem: 2015 – 2030 – Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies, Industry Verticals and Forecasts” to their offering.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1R7LmxP via IFTTT
How can higher-ed institutions best meet the needs of their students? A group of roughly 100 faculty, administrators, students and digital courseware industry representatives dove into that very question at a SXSWedu session earlier today.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1p5UTyZ via IFTTT
The way we work changes rapidly. The intersection of technology and architecture offers a glimpse into the workplace of the future. A typical workday no longer resembles a worker sitting in rush hour traffic for an hour, and then at a cubicle for eight more.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1TI56z2 via IFTTT
In the race to replace concrete and steel, bioengineers and architects are experimenting with alternatives including blood, bone and eggshells 02.30 EST Last modified on Tuesday 8 March 2016 05.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1QHZy17 via IFTTT
Urbanization is real — and it doesn’t matter where you live. According to a 2014 study by the United Nations, rural living is in decline on a global scale. Whereas just 30% of the world’s population were urban dwellers in 1950, more than half (54%) are now housed in cities.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1W2QLKU via IFTTT
Smart cities used to be the privilege of the West. No longer. By 2025, up to half of the world’s smart cities could be outside America and Europe, according to recent studies from research firms IHS and Frost & Sullivan.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1ojGOxs via IFTTT
The City of Vancouver will buy the Arbutus Corridor from Canadian Pacific (CP) for $55 million for the purpose of transforming the narrow strip of land into a transportation greenway.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1X7vCQ1 via IFTTT
John Hingley has developed a ‘micro-grid’ in a metal box that can be used for disaster relief, mining, and even festivals 08.44 EST Last modified on Sunday 6 March 2016 17.00 EST Talk is not cheap in the mountains of Nepal.
from Pocket http://ift.tt/1U474YQ via IFTTT