Jason Griffing is the partner development manager at OneVision Resources, and the co-host of weekly home technology podcast found at HomeTech.fm.
The fact is that most of us come up with great ideas every day. You easily identify problems in our businesses and, with a little ideation, conceive of an innovative solution. But for one reason or another, many of these ideas never quite take hold the way you envisioned. It’s a business phenomenon known as the “execution gap,” and it plagues business of all shapes and sizes.&nbs...
These are clear signs of healthy demand for connected home technologies amongst the target market of home builders, who surely wouldn’t be going to the trouble if they didn’t see a business upside. Conversations about the smart home going mainstream have been taking place for years (decades perhaps). But 2017 appears to be the year that we are finally seeing th...
Simply Taking Action Can be the Best Way to Tackle Big Problems in Your Business
Two cavemen pull a square-wheeled cart full of rocks. A fellow caveman in the background, holds up a round tire, trying to get their attention. The two laboring cavemen aren’t interested in his pitch. “Too busy!” they reply. Finding the energy needed to get new initiatives off the ground can feel all but impossible. So resign yourself to the status quo and carry on... or may...
We all have a client like Stan. Stan is never satisfied. Since the day you turned the system over to him, he’s done nothing but complain, making your life and that of your employees miserable at every opportunity. By recognizing that there is immense value in the critical feedback that clients like Stan provide, we turn these situations from a negative into a positive.
In more than a decade of working in this business, I’ve found that that there is no one-size-fits-all strategy for project management. What I have found, however, is that there are three common abilities I have seen in all of the best PMs that I have ever worked with: time management, task management, and information management.
ISE can be a bit of paradox for home technology professionals. Many of the stories we see surface out of Amsterdam are retreads of those that come to light during CEDIA’s stateside show. But it is plain to see that there is plenty for home tech pros to be excited about at ISE 2017. Here are the top five stories I’m excited to explore at the show.
“Why monitor a problem if you don’t fix it?” asks the narrator.
The full BP900 speaker family
BP9060 Bipolar Tower Speaker
A close up of the base of Definitive Technology’s BP9060 and its height-channel module
The iconic Definitive Technology logo.
Looking down at the Definitive Technology BP9060 Bipolar Tower Speaker
An example of the BP9060 speaker towers at home.
The CS9080 component center channel speaker
The back panel of the CS9080
A width up shot of the CS9080
The A90 component height modules
The A90 height module integrated with the BP9060 tower speaker
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