Posts tagged Trig Team
Trig Has Been Quiet... Too Quiet

Not sure if you're like me, but when things are "too quiet" that's code for "up to something." If that's your suspicion, then you're right. Trig quietly rolled the car out of the garage, started it at the bottom of the hill, and took it to the shop for some upgrades, a nice tuneup, and a supercharger. That's right, we've been quietly perfecting our service lines of insights & ideation, product design, and brand asset management. We've had promotions and personnel additions. We've acquired trig dot com (what's that now?) Oh, and of course we've been reading, among other things, "Quiet: The Power of Introverts..." by Susan Cain.

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The Killer Experiment

This might sound like the start of a joke, but what happens when a virtual company meets in person? We found out recently by getting together for our annual meeting. As it turns out, we can be quite productive in personrefining our vision for the next 10 and 100 years, as well as tackling the key challenges we face today as a growing organization. As a result of our efforts to step back and think about where we want to go, you’ll be seeing a lot of changes at Trig in the coming months.

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AI Decision Problems

I recently got obsessed with a game that could have come from an MBA Operations class simulator. The premise is simple enough - manage cash flow, manufacturing, and supply chain to provide enough paper clips to meet demand. Along the way, you start using artificial intelligence to automate some tasks. The problem becomes, the more tasks you delegate to the AI to make manufacturing easier, the faster you bring about the downfall of humanity. 

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The Sky is Not Falling

We had an awesome time at Coulter College last week working with rising undergraduate seniors from twelve international Biomedical Engineering college programs. The student convened in Georgia to see who could develop the best medical device and investor pitch.

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