For many of us, the eight hour workday and five day work week are facts of life. But are they actually the best way to work, or just an outdated custom?
Keeping up with the latest marketing and tech trends is a challenge for businesses of all sizes. Project managers, C-suite executives, IT pros and creatives all require regular access to ideas that will drive innovation.
If you believe in mass advertising indicators, the big push to put virtual reality goggles under the Christmas tree is a sign that VR has arrived. Or you can follow the money.
Keeping up with technology is essential for agencies — whether it’s for providing clients with up-to-date work, taking advantage of ad tech tools, or finding new platforms. But with technology changing rapidly, it can seem impossible to follow.
Sometimes projects get off-track because of a major and sudden calamity—a vendor vanishes, your company is disrupted by a merger, a disaster strikes the building. Other times, it’s more subtle.
Cyber attacks are already in the news day after day, and some experts forecast an escalation in 2017. The reason for the predicted increase? Human behavior.
Perhaps you’ve placed “become an absolute iMeet Central master” at the top of your resolutions list for 2017. You don’t have to wait for the new year to begin your brainbuilding (it’s like bodybuilding, but less oily).
We live in the era of the troll, the age of the perpetually aggrieved, and when we can’t scroll down our own Facebook feed without being called names by distant relatives, it’s little wonder that customer service professionals sometimes feel like coming to work in flak jackets.
Here on the iMeet Central team, we’re somewhat obsessed with the future of work. We’re really excited, then, about the new blog series from PGi on this topic.
We love talking about the hottest and most exciting opportunities in marketing. But for some occupations, the window is closing.