The Art of Business Relationships: Insights from Karaoke Bars in KoreaOctober 10, 2023
“Why are you going out now, honey? It’s almost 10 o’clock.”
“I’ve got to get the movie back to Blockbuster so we don’t get charged an extra day.”
Growing up, gadgets fascinated my dad. Back then, his wind-up video camera was a big deal. Polaroid cameras were considered top-notch technology. I still recall the days of dropping off film at the drugstore and the excitement of renting movie videos for the weekend, a ritual that seems ancient now (and my father running out Sunday nights to return the videos).
Things have changed dramatically since then. Currently, technology is reshaping businesses and industries globally. While some workers may face displacement, it’s essential to recognize that technology creates new job opportunities. Industries like graphic design are revolutionizing, with technology playing a transformative role. However, the irreplaceable touch of human creativity remains crucial.
Likewise, even as AI writing apps assist copywriters, marketing workers, and authors craft content, the human touch in reviewing and editing is indispensable. The business landscape is developing rapidly, and companies must swiftly adapt to incorporate new technologies if they wish to thrive.
Faced with these changes, my consulting business guides business owners and corporate leaders through the intricate process of adapting to the new workplace. We understand that integrating technology is about survival and thriving in the modern business landscape.
Our approach involves a comprehensive understanding of how technology affects industries, workforce dynamics, and overall business operations. We work closely with clients to develop strategies that leverage technological advancements while ensuring the preservation of the human element. It’s about striking the right balance—embracing innovation while recognizing the irreplaceable value of human skills.
As we navigate this transformative era, we stand as a partner to businesses, helping them stay afloat and excel in the rapidly changing landscape of the modern workplace.
Jesus (Jes) Vargas is the Principal at DPMG Corp in Sacramento, CA. Jes and his team consult, coach and mentor business leaders in areas such as strategic planning, leadership development and project management. They’re ready to plan a new product or fine-tune an existing marketing strategy for you.
If you are concerned about the culture in your company, Jes can help you create a new one or improve the one you have. Call Jes at 916 712 6145. Or you can email him here.