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Can pharma attract digital talent ?

Can pharma attract digital talent ? | Digital strategy and transformation | Scoop.it
As more and more pharma and biotech companies invest more money into digital marketing one has to wonder if they can attract digital talent to a regulated industry.  According to a Click Z report "...

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There is a pervasive, deeply running digital marketing talent gap – a substantial difference between what employers value and what talent is available to them

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Leaked: Fitbit's next fitness tracker, the Fitbit Force

Leaked: Fitbit's next fitness tracker, the Fitbit Force | Digital strategy and transformation | Scoop.it
Fitbit’s fitness trackers could soon take a big step forward. The Fitbit Flex seems to improve on the Fitbit wristband formula in every major way.
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Curved handheld displays almost ready for market

Curved handheld displays almost ready for market | Digital strategy and transformation | Scoop.it
Both LG and Samsung plan to release phones that feature curved displays in the near future. Curved displays are in the early stages of development and allow bendable or foldable designs that could eventually allow mobile and wearable gadgets to take new forms that could radically change the high-end smartphone market.
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What Most Digital Strategy Underestimates: Scale and Interconnected Change - Enterprise Irregulars

What Most Digital Strategy Underestimates: Scale and Interconnected Change - Enterprise Irregulars | Digital strategy and transformation | Scoop.it
Over the last couple of years, I’ve been advising IT and business leaders that they need to gear up their digital/social/mobile strategies to match the advances taking place in the technology world today.

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Christopher Sachse Aaris's curator insight, November 12, 2013 4:38 AM

Most organizations need to update their digital strategies much more often they are, updating their core business models, and make them highly interconnected and organically structured. But they also need to inject the solution to digital scale and velocity deeply into their operations. Those that do this well can become the digital leaders and not the legacy laggards.

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Apple iPhone 5s camera shines for National Geographic photographer

Apple iPhone 5s camera shines for National Geographic photographer | Digital strategy and transformation | Scoop.it
Longtime National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson left his DSLR behind on a hiking trip through Scotland in favor of an iPhone 5s, and concluded that Apple's latest flagship handset includes "a very capable camera."
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Why "Keeping It Simple" Can Be a Complicated Mistake

Why "Keeping It Simple" Can Be a Complicated Mistake | Digital strategy and transformation | Scoop.it
Instead of three tips on how to manage invasive technologies, leaders need opportunities to articulate a broad vision of what they’re trying to achieve, so they can better distinguish which tasks require diligence and which can be let go. Instead of exhortations about the need to “manage up,” they need to understand how the erosion of barriers that defined industrial-era culture is leaving the employees they manage exposed to uncertainty and fear. Instead of quick fixes to address shifting markets, they need support to recognize how intersecting trends are creating whole new categories of unmet needs.
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"Instead of three tips on how to manage invasive technologies, leaders need opportunities to articulate a broad vision of what they’re trying to achieve, so they can better distinguish which tasks require diligence and which can be let go."
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