It happens every time. Executives in regulated and specialized B2B industries see disruptive technologies rise above the horizon, and they discard them out of hand because "that doesn't apply to our business."
Digital is not going away, and enterprises that are not agile and willing to change will be left behind. While there is a lot of white noise in the digital environment, clearly the two most important areas successful enterprises of the future must focus on are operational models and customer offerings
The new Catapult is a technology and innovation centre which will accelerate innovation and stimulate growth in this important area of the economy. It will bring together technological expertise to help the UK’s world-leading digital businesses to develop, test and apply new technologies, reducing the risk associated with creating hugely profitable products and services in the future
Enterprise 2.0 Conf – Notes. Posted on November 17, 2011. A number of really good talks this week at Enterprise 2.0 conference in Santa Clara. I took notes at a few, and here are my rough summaries. ...
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