CATONSVILLE, MD, December 19, 2016 – With travelers spending more than $278 billion on accommodations in the U.S. last year, hotel chains that explore creative new ways to engage customers have the potential to significantly increase their profits. Standby upgrade programs are an innovative way for hotels to increase…
The number of companies using ‘creative accounting techniques’ can be expected to increase in Republican-governed states and decrease in Democrat-governed states when Donald Trump becomes US President tomorrow, according to new research from the University of Bath.
Widely seen in recent accounting scandals, companies under pressure from analysts and investors…
The global military and government is projected to grow to USD 13.9 billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 8,4% from 2016 to 2020, where medium-lift type helicopters are dominant in terms of systems delivered and in terms of value. After 2020, the value of helicopters in these sectors…
CORVALLIS, Ore. — The use of residual forest biomass for rural development faces significant economic hurdles that make it unlikely to be a source of jobs in the near future, according to an analysis by economists at Oregon State University.
In a model of the forest industry, researchers in the…
It could be the case of companies without workers, only a director or group of directors that hire certain services of different self-employed to offer a service.
In these times much is being discussed about the future of work. The third industrial revolution is just around the corner and could completely change the way we relate to work. But even if machines fail to destroy most of today’s jobs and the creativity or manipulative ability of humans is still needed, we will see profound changes in how we work.
It is natural. Work has been changing a lot throughout history. Increases in productivity have led humanity to dedicate itself to tasks that are more creative than mechanical, in fact, because of this, now few people work in agriculture and there are jobs as stylists, which some decades ago would seem impossible. And the trend continues unstoppable.
Minimum organizational cost
The first thing that we should consider is why companies organize themselves as they do. And the answer is natural: they do so because the company seeks the minimum cost to manufacture the product or service. If there were a cheaper way of doing things, a competitor would come and scrape them off the map. It’s only a matter of time before something like that happens.
The most common organization…