Facing Knowledge Asymmetry & Finding a Software Consultant

When looking for software consulting services, people unfamiliar with development often suffer from knowledge asymmetry—the situation where one party knows far more about the topic at hand than the other.

This situation causes feelings of uncertainty and fear of associated with caveat emptor (buyer beware). And the result can be a painful relationship that often has one side or the other feeling like they’re on the defensive.

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Four Keys to Developing an IoT Mindset at Your Company

At Atomic, we’ve noticed an increase in the number of companies asking us for help with creating “connected” products (physical objects that are linked to the Internet and can send and/or receive data). It’s the new thing, and everyone’s feeling pressure to add their product to the list of 8.4 billion connected things already on the market. Read more on Four Keys to Developing an IoT Mindset at Your Company…

On Planning My Own Onboarding & Training at Atomic

I’ve recently made an exciting change and joined Atomic Object in a leadership position. I am now participating in a very unique onboarding experience. What makes it so different is that I am driving the pace and direction of my onboarding. I wanted to share what I’ve learned through this experience in hopes that it may improve onboarding programs in other organizations.
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