In last week’s edition of the dBrief, Paul Bonington wrote about the “accelerated disruption” that is forecast for 2018. There can be little doubt the technologies that sparked and shaped digital transformations over the past few years are..
It’s that time of year when the analysts, researchers and pundits “look behind to look ahead,” so let’s assess the impact of digital transformation in 2017 and forecast the trends for 2018 and beyond. One message is clear: There will be no..
When you collaborate with a group of people to transform your company, by definition, you are inventing stuff as you go along. There is no specific playbook you follow. Each day differs from the one before it. And it can get pretty frenetic. You..
Have you ever looked at your product portfolio or your business model and thought “gee, if we could start over we would do this totally differently and become much more successful”? And have you wondered what causes the inertia that keeps your..
We’ve all heard flight attendants say “crosscheck” to each other just before take-off. Pilots and flight crew use that word to indicate that one person has verified the task of another (Are the doors secured? Bins closed?). The same kind of..
The content on your organization’s website is an asset. So, imagine for a moment that each piece you’ve published is one of your employees. Some questions would immediately come to mind: What is its job description? How hard is it working? How..
For years the Strata Data Conference has been a mecca for technology and business leaders, the place for sharing ideas and experiences and for measuring progress of the digital economy through a “big data” lens.
Does your company view selling PDF documents as proof your business is becoming more digital?
Investors and the boards that represent them are becoming increasingly savvy when it comes to assessing digital transformation strategies. “Where are you in your digital strategy” is being asked with greater frequency and urgency across the..
“Fail fast, fail often and learn from your mistakes.” This mantra has long been touted by entrepreneurs and leaders of start-ups. But while many executives agree in principle with this philosophy, they struggle to incorporate the concept into..