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Technology delivering technology

It has been every organization's goal, the industry where they operate included, to have a technology and help run and facilitate every, if not particularly the high-value, area of business.  Sounds just what technology is for almost everything that humans do, including their businesses. Right? It's what the technology team must do and they did.  However, some of the actions they are emulating doesn't seem to be true at all. It's still about technology for the sake of technology. This is not only wrong, it is breaking the very notion that technology is helping people and it is always there whatever they do. When technology arrives and they use it, what happens is the usual messy experience that they already had from the past, and to think they are now on the new ones and still encountering the same problem. Imagine why some organizations can do it better and had been always ahead. Meaning, problems are contained that people didn't even notice there was any, no matte

Jobs we observed in a system performance

They are made either any of the following- - Tech job, - Business job, - Nut job, or - Enterprise job. What's yours? Can you do it better from your existing drive? Whatever you do, your output should facilitate not just your organization's goal but a little more than what you originally planned. Leaders usually kept them in the mind, so subtle only them knows it, but with some useful and delicate strategies employed people really are doing a good job, and working to improve them, too. That's the beginning why corporate social responsibility, or even the consequential environmental, social and governance initiatives can be a potent move to do something, if pertinent or weighty is even the right word. That doesn't need an ostentatious resources but the effect is meaningful for stakeholders, everyone we meant.