1. People, not technology, make an organization successful.
The best companies hire the best people. Even the most innovative piece of technology can not replace what hiring the best people can do for an organization.
To say that technology has come a long way over the past half-century is an understatement! From predictive analytics and cancer detection to wearable and implantable devices, the way technology impacts our health and wellness today was unimaginable 50 years ago. Yet, none of these advances would ever have been possible were it not for the people in the companies producing these items.
Successful companies know that it takes the best people to conceptualize new ideas, develop useful products, incite consumers to purchase, deliver quality results, and provide the best possible service to customers. No piece of technology—however cool—can replace what hiring top performers can do for an organization!