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Can shiny objects syndrome plug technology’s productivity paradox?

A lack of shiny objects… (Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto) Technology keeps improving, but it doesn’t appear to improve worker productivity. It’s a paradox that the computer industry would love to solve because it would boost sales tremendously. There’s little reason to upgrade from older technologies if you cannot show that the capital investments will provide a multi-year boost to the bottom… Read more →

Can shiny objects syndrome plug technology’s productivity paradox?

A lack of shiny objects… (Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto) Technology keeps improving, but it doesn’t appear to improve worker productivity. It’s a paradox that the computer industry would love to solve because it would boost sales tremendously. There’s little reason to upgrade from older technologies if you cannot show that the capital investments will provide a multi-year boost to the bottom… Read more →

Can shiny objects syndrome plug technology’s productivity paradox?

A lack of shiny objects… (Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto) Technology keeps improving, but it doesn’t appear to improve worker productivity. It’s a paradox that the computer industry would love to solve because it would boost sales tremendously. There’s little reason to upgrade from older technologies if you cannot show that the capital investments will provide a multi-year boost to the bottom… Read more →

Can shiny objects syndrome plug technology’s productivity paradox?

A lack of shiny objects… (Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto) Technology keeps improving, but it doesn’t appear to improve worker productivity. It’s a paradox that the computer industry would love to solve because it would boost sales tremendously. There’s little reason to upgrade from older technologies if you cannot show that the capital investments will provide a multi-year boost to the bottom… Read more →