Step 1: Do something that doesn’t solve the customer’s problem for them.
Step 2: Err… that’s it.
A fellow onion informs me of the fantastic efforts of a Government benefits department to create phonecalls from nothing. 268 more words
Media Release – Thursday 5 September, 2013
For Immediate Release
MPower, a wholly owned subsidiary of Tag Pacific Limited and leading power systems provider has secured a contract with SP AusNet to provide turnkey energy storage systems for their Residential Storage Trial Project. 348 more words
This little picture gives us a few ideas about cars in China today. Important if we bear in mind that today is the first day of the future. 398 more words
Resource demand management initiatives are designed based upon implicit understandings of power and knowledge distribution between formal institutions and resource users. Employing an interpretive account of cultural theory, resource governance modes are developed in order to explore the differing assumptions held by, and means of action employed by, a set of three consecutive domestic resource efficiency initiatives. 122 more words
What would you expect to be the most popular post on this blog? Something on lean operations? One of those posts on managing queues? Nope. The most popular post by a wide margin (more than 13,000 page views than the next most popular post) is something… 624 more words
Nissan is assessing the potential of electric vehicles in energy management systems. […] is participating in the “demand response” energy supply and demand system testing together with businesses and government authorities in Japan. 457 more words