As a student assistant to legendary basketball coach Bill Self at the University of Kansas, Brendan Reilly had a front-row seat to observe how athletes did – or didn’t – embrace training methods. Years later, he is the CEO of EON Sports, a leader in using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) to train athletes. From his high-tech vantage point, he is already living in the Future of Work, and he has advice for companies ready to embark on the same journey.
“Technology powers the Future of Work,” says best-selling author and futurist Jacob Morgan. Communication, collaboration, innovation – those things cannot scale without technology.” Morgan teamed with researchers and data scientists to develop the Employee Experience Index, which quantifies how companies can use their culture, workspace, and technology to create an environment where employees truly want to work. Here are Morgan’s ACE attributes for tech:
MLB teams already inspire passionate loyalty from their fans. The next step will be to use AR to engage them during the game, on their own devices, to create a more personal and dynamic experience. Here are ways new technology is transforming the old ball game:
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