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Driven by innovation; integrity; empowered by people. This is the mantra behind Arcules, the company I currently lead as CEO. Technology may pave the way to success, but it's the people behind the solution, the service and the brand that truly make a company stand out among competitors. I am proud to lead a team of creative and dedicated individuals at Arcules as we seek to reinvent the security, IoT and business intelligence markets through the delivery of cloud-based integrated video services. Our goal? To create a safer, smarter world empowered by technology and people. Using the latest developments in cloud, artificial intelligence and machine learning, Arcules, a Canon Group company, combines previously untapped video data with intelligent sensors and analytics to deliver actionable insights that ultimately drive better business decisions, optimize operations and improve safety. Arcules aims to set the standard for agility, security and analytics for video data in the cloud.
Rather than diminishing the significance of the workplace in fostering human growth and development, remote work redefines it, paving new paths for personal and professional advancement.
Sometimes, the biggest business challenges can yield the most valuable lessons for future success. Running a successful business is not just about profits and revenue. It also involves learning from mistakes and setbacks that might seem devastating at the time. The good news is that some of the most challenging lessons a business can face can ultimately be the ones that bring about the most significant improvements. These lessons can come from a variety of sources, such as unexpected failures, market shifts, or even internal conflicts. Below, 16 Fast Company Executive Board members get candid about some of the most difficult lessons they've learned as leaders and how those lessons have ultimately resulted in positive business outcomes.
Design thinking can drive curiosity, collaboration across disciplines, and radical risk-taking—all to develop solutions that solve real-world problems.
Nov 4, 2022
This "flat" management model focuses on building management out, not up, and working collaboratively. It is team-oriented, motivating, and builds trust in an employee's ability to deliver value and results.
Utilize these strategies to win over the job candidate you have your hopes on. In the fall of 2022, it's still a candidate's market. Leading employers must bring their A-game to the table if they want to compete successfully for the best talent around. But it's more than just offering to pay a higher salary or simply throwing in a few superficial perks. And while it's true that a start-up brand may have a tougher time attracting new hires, with limited resources, compared to larger establishments in the industry, that doesn't always result in a missed opportunity to secure the right person to fill the department's needs. Now more than ever, creating a healthy, flexible, and inclusive work atmosphere is one place they can begin to build the process of developing a unique and compelling appeal in the workplace. Here are 12 ideas, courtesy of Fast Company Executive Board experts, to keep your company on a potential employee's shortlist.
It takes a special leadership skill set to successfully motivate and inspire employees that you don't see in person every day. Managing a remote team comes with its own set of unique challenges, especially for companies with remote employees located in different time zones. Employees may struggle to feel like they are a part of a team when working alone from home all day. They may struggle to feel heard without the option of an in-person open-door policy. They may also feel burned out from merging their work and living spaces. Great leaders anticipate problems like these and know how to respond in a way that benefits all. To that end, 15 Fast Company Executive Board members share their best tips for supporting remote employees.
Arcules is a Canon Group company that delivers a simple and unified video surveillance, access control, and analytics platform in the cloud. Using the latest developments in web technologies, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, Arcules combines previously untapped video and sensor analytics data to deliver actionable insights that ultimately drive better business decisions, optimize operations, and make the world a safer place.