iHospital: Is it Mission Critical?
Repairing Apple devices is BIG BUSINESS. That why I am so intrigued by an innovative new business called iHospitals that are surfacing across the U.S. Staff dressed in hospital scrubs tend to iPhone, iPads and other products that are wounded through carelessness on the part of their owners.
iHospitals are just one example of what a colleague of mine refers to as a “mission critical” business—an enterprise that is well positioned to capitalize on a pressing societal need ( plumbing and waste disposal and recycling companies are two other examples). Clearly the most robust work opportunities in today’s emerging economy will come from companies like this that possess a unique brand and captive audience. Transitioning professionals would be wise to explore these and other non-traditional routes to the new economy.
Michael Scott is the President and Chief Knowledge Officer of the Denver based OrgBrain, LLC. He guides transitioning professionals in their quest to better adapt to today’s changing economic realities. Michael can be reached at 303-578-0791