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2020: What to learn – what to erase

While work-from-home has scaled up with positive benefits and become acceptable to everyone, 2020 also speeded up the adoption of workplace digitalisation. The other boon is that employee engagement and wellbeing have taken the driver’s seat and have received importance and recognition by businesses.

One thing I want to erase is the suffering that the daily wage labourers underwent owing to the pandemic, and the job loss that hit many by no fault of theirs.

HR has shown great agility and business acumen

COVID-19 has led and accelerated one of the greatest workplace transformations of our times. Amidst the turbulence, organisations are rediscovering their sense of purpose. In the process, HR played a significant role in fighting against the biggest ‘human fear’ — contamination. Organisations witnessed what HR can deliver to the business by focussing on the three important pillars — employee health and safety, business continuity, and commitment to the customer.

Our recent internal assessment suggests that 22 per cent of the workforce needs to be entirely re-skilled, and 61 per cent needs to be partially reskilled to continue in the current roles.

In many organisations, the unsung heroes of HR became super heroes by managing complex challenges, such as mobility of people, MHA guidelines, human fears, social distancing, engaging field and work-from home employees, mobilising new workforce to tap into the newer business channels and more.

Human resources is emerging as a business partner, and the ongoing pandemic is only accelerating this further.

Right skill gaps or reskilling

While we know that 2020 changed the way we live and work overnight, we don’t know how the subsequent health and economic crises will evolve and what mindset changes will arise. However, one thing is very certain: to emerge successfully from the current crisis, organisations and employees will need to build and nurture digital, cognitive, social, and emotional adaptability and resilience. These are fundamental skills, irrespective of an employee’s role, and companies can consider them as ‘no-regret’ investments.

Our recent internal assessment suggests that 22 per cent of the workforce needs to be entirely re-skilled, and 61 per cent needs to be partially reskilled to continue in the current roles.

Upskilling leadership or diversity in leadership

Both upskilling and bringing diversity at leadership levels are equally challenging and critical. Leaders will be tested, and therefore, must upskill to prepare for this shift by navigating new social norms and blind spots.

Shift of talent calculus to more buy-and-rent and less build

The shift will be more towards buy, borrow and bounce than build. In my opinion, the ownership of building capabilities and being relevant in the talent market is more on the individuals than the organisations.

Getting employees out of the pandemic fatigue

Managing pandemic fatigue is one of the biggest challenges that we face in 2021. Organisations must actively channelise the workforce’s energy, nurture the quality of employee relationships, and demonstrate a capacity for resilience to recharge the organisation during these testing times.

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Die Top 5 Altcoin-Gainer der letzten Woche (12.-19.April 2021)

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In diesem Artikel schauen wir uns die fünf Altcoins, deren Preise in der letzten Woche am meisten angestiegen sind, genauer an. Haben die Altcoins auch diese Woche das Potenzial, weiter anzusteigen? In dieser technischen Analyse erfährst du mehr.

Hier sind die Top 5 Altcoin-Gainer der letzten sieben Tage (vom 22. Februar-28. Februar 2021:

  • Dogecoin (DOGE) – 408.08%
  • Neo (NEO) – 95.36%
  • VeChain (VET) – 91.04%
  • Ethereum Classic (ETC) – 83.27%
  • Digibyte (DGB) – 81.28%

DOGE (Dogecoin)

Der Dogecoin Preis ist am 15. April und 16. April 2021 (innerhalb von 24 Stunden) um 254% angestiegen. Am 16. April 2021 erreichte er der Altcoin ein neues Allzeithoch bei 0.45 USD. Anschließend gab es einen harten Drop. Danach hat der Doge Kurs die nächste Aufwärtsbewegung begonnen.

Der Doge Kurs befindet sich zum Zeitpunkt der Veröffentlichung in der Nähe des Widerstandslevels bei 0.38 USD. Der Doge Kurs schließt möglicherweise gerade eine Double-Top-Formation ab. Außerdem gibt es eine bärische Divergenz auf dem RSI und MACD zu sehen.

Wir werden sehen, ob der Dogecoin Kurs das Widerstandslevel überwindet oder nicht. Dies wird für den weiteren Kursverlauf entscheidend sein. Sollte der Dogecoin Kurs über das Widerstandslevel ausbrechen, dann könnte er bis auf das Widerstandslevel bei 0.583 USD (das externe 1.61-Fib-Retracement-Level) ansteigen.

Dogecoin Preis DOGE Kurs April 2021
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NEO

Der NEO Preis lag am 12. April 2021 noch bei rund 59 USD. Am 19. April 2021 erreichte er einen lokalen Hochpunkt bei 136.35 USD. Der NEO Kurs ist also innerhalb von einer Woche um rund 127% angestiegen.

Der Hochpunkt überschneidet sich mit dem Widerstandsbereich bei 130 USD bzw, mit dem 0.618-Fib-Retracement-Level des letzten Allzeithochs. Die letzte 3-Tageskerze hat momentan die Form einer Doji-Candlestick. Möglicheweise könnte sie sich zu einer Shooting-Star-Candlestick entwickeln.

Falls der Kurs über das Widerstandslevel ausbricht, dann könnte der NEO Preis auf das nächste Widerstandslevel bei 207 USD (dem letzten Allzeithoch) ansteigen.

NEO Preis Kurs April 2021
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VET (VeChain)

Der VeChain Kurs ist seit dem 13. April 2021 ebenfalls massiv angestiegen. Innerhalb von vier Tagen konnte der VeChain Preis um 124,52% zulegen. Am 17. April 2021 erreichte er schließlich das letzte All-time High bei 0.282 USD.

Trotz der daraus resultierenden Shooting-Star-Candlestick (17. April 2021) lag der Schlusskurs der darauffolgenden Tageskerze über dem desselben Tages. Der VET Kurs hat ähnlich wie der Dogecoin Kurs einen komplett parabolischen Verlauf.

VeChain VET Kurs Preis April 2021
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ETC (Ether Classic)

Der ETC Kurs hat in den letzten drei Wochen deutlich zugelegt. Am 17. April erreichte der ETC Kurs wie auch der VeChain Kurs ein neues Allzeithoch (49.09 USD). Seitdem ist der Ether Classic Kurs um rund 33% gefallen. Darum siehst du auf dem Wochenchart eine lange, obere Wick. Diese ist ein Signal dafür, dass der Verkaufsdruck relativ hoch ist. Die nächsten drei wichtigen Support-Level liegen bei 32 USD, 26.50 USD und 21. USD.

ETC Ether Classic Kurs Preis April 2021
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DGB (Digibyte)

Der DGB Kurs validierte Anfang März 2021 das ehemalige Widerstandslevel bei 0.05 USD als Support. Seitdem ist der Digibyte Kurs kontinuierlich angestiegen. Seit dem 14. April 2021 konnte der Kursanstieg deutlich an Fahrt gewinnen. Drei Tage später erreichte der DGB Kurs ein neues All-time High bei 0.168 USD.3.

Allerdings ist der DGB Preis wieder gesunken, nachdem er auf das externe 2.61-Fib-Retracement-Level (Orange) angestiegen ist. Die nächsten Support-Level befinden sich bei 0.122 USD, 0.107 USD und 0.093 USD.

DGB Kurs Preis April 2021
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Hier geht es zur letzten Bitcoin-Analyse von BeInCrypto!

Eine interessante Krypto-Exchange für das Krypto-Trading und Investment in die verschiedenen Kryptowährungen: Stormgain.

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This online grocery company wants its robots to deliver right into your kitchen

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Ocado is investing £10 million in Oxford-based start-up Oxbotica, which develops autonomy software for vehicles.

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Online retailer Ocado is exploring the possibility of having robots packing, transporting and delivering groceries all the way to customers’ kitchens, with a new partnership designed to bring new levels of automation to the warehouse. 

The British e-tailer is investing £10 million ($14 million) in Oxford-based start-up Oxbotica, which develops autonomy software for vehicles, with the objective of testing different ways of integrating the technology with Ocado’s hardware. Ocado will take a seat on Oxobtica’s board. 

Among the projects envisioned by the two firms feature autonomous vehicles travelling inside Ocado’s warehouses to move orders around the buildings and surrounding yard areas, but also driverless delivery vans and even “kerb-to-kitchen” robots to facilitate what is known as last-mile logistics – the final steps between a customer’s doorstep and the vehicle carrying their order. 

Automating these processes could cut costs significantly. According to Ocado, logistics costs weigh heavily in the expense hierarchy of online grocery: the cost of final mile delivery alone represents 10% of sales, with labor constituting about half of the costs. 

Ocado and Oxbotica had previously worked together in 2017, when the e-tailer conducted a two-week trial using an early prototype vehicle doing autonomous deliveries in London. Oxbotica has now further developed two core products that will be used by Ocado’s team – a software suite that enables vehicle autonomy, as well as a cloud-based autonomy management system to monitor and control fleets.  

A dedicated team of engineers within Ocado’s Advanced Technology division will work with Oxbotica to come up with new use cases for the technology.  

Ocado is keen to demonstrate that the nature of its business is not limited to online retail; rather, the company speaks of itself as a “technology company”. Although the e-tailer’s main activity still consists of providing online grocery services, mostly for UK retailer Marks & Spencer, Ocado is also heavily investing in robotics, AI, machine learning and edge intelligence. 

This has led to the development of the Ocado Smart Platform (OSP), which includes end-to-end software systems to operate online retail businesses, from running an e-commerce website to managing the routing of delivery vans.  

Perhaps the most well-known part of OSP is warehouse management, which Ocado developed in the form of huge hive-like buildings where groceries are stored in crates, over which dishwasher-sized robots coordinate to pick and mix goods for customer orders. 

OSP is sold to retail businesses like Marks & Spencer, and the platform is the reason why Ocado describes itself as a technology provider. As a result, the company has focused primarily on improving OSP services; at the end of last year, for example, Ocado bought Kindred Systems, which designs AI-powered systems for warehouses, as well as robotic arm designer Haddington Dynamics. 

The new partnership with Oxbotica is yet another signal from Ocado that it is willing to bring OSP’s capabilities one step further.  

“We are excited about the opportunity to work with Oxbotica to develop a wide range of autonomous solutions that truly have the potential to transform both our and our partners’ customer fulfillment centers and service delivery operations, while also giving all end customers the widest range of options and flexibility,” said Alex Harvey, chief of Advanced Technology at Ocado. 

Due to the regulatory landscape, Ocado expects that the development of vehicles that operate in restricted areas such as inside fulfillment centers will become a reality sooner than fully autonomous deliveries to consumers’ homes. The first prototypes of some early use cases are expected to be ready within two years. 

With a workforce now approaching 19,000 employees, Ocado maintained that the vehicle autonomy program will not have any impact on the company’s current hiring or employment levels within logistics and operations groups. 

Ocado will now have to prove that the company’s extensive investments in new technologies are reflected in profit margins. Now more than two decades in the making, the e-tailer is yet to report significant profits. The past year, marked by a rise in online sales that came as a result of the global health crisis, seems to have benefitted Ocado, which saw revenues increase by about a third to hit £2.3 billion ($3.2 billion); but the jump was largely driven by retail revenue, with earnings from technology services yet to match the company’s more traditional offerings.  

Ocado is also competing in a fast-evolving market, with autonomous delivery systems projected to grow at over 24% to more than $84 billion globally in 2031. Giant e-tailers like Amazon are aggressively expanding their capabilities, and have last-mile delivery robots already operating in some cities; and small start-ups are also popping up to automate delivery processes.  

Even more traditional companies like Ford are getting involved in the space: the automaker recently announced that it was purchasing a two-legged, two-armed robot produced by Agility Robotics, to carry parcels from delivery vehicles straight up to customers’ doors. 

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