Showing posts from December 3, 2017

Monitoring Smart City dengan PRTG

Why Are We Making Cities Smart? Everything seems smart these days: smart phones, smart homes, smart watches and smart cities. It seems humans are devising more and more “Things” to think for us. Does that mean humans will become more stupid? Whatever your stance on this, the technological advancement behind it is recognizably impressive.
What Makes A City Smart? According to Wikipedia, a city is smart if it integrates information and communication technology (ICT), and Internet of Things (IoT), in a secure fashion to manage its assets. The interconnectivity of these assets allows the city to monitor what’s going on in the city, how it’s evolving and how to enable a better quality of life. Examples of things monitored in smart cities are: Waste Management – monitoring the fullness of public waste bins around the city, so they are only emptied when full (saving costs and reducing congestion).Parking Sensors – these show you availability of parking spots in a city. There are apps that tap …

Five 'E' for your career

The 5  "E" words that you  need for your career

A young manager in his early 30s asked me what it takes to be successful in our career?
I am in HR roles for more than 20'years (including roles with Global and Asia Pacific coverage in different companies) and I observe certain characteristics from successfull executives in different countries.
This is what I observe from them...
They show up every moning full of energy and spread the positive aura to others.
•Emotional Ifntellitence
They manage and control their emotion very well in their role as team player, leader and influencer.
They always upgrade their knowledge and competences. They read and learn from others, everyday!
They deliver what they promised, beyond the slides that theh presented. The key words are excellence in execution
0.Empowering others
In their role as leader, they are not busy anymore doing his work. They empower others. Now they are busy coaching and developing others.
Warm Regards,