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Oreo Wins The Superbowl Ad Wars With A Timely Tweet | Techdirt

Oreo Wins The Superbowl Ad Wars With A Timely Tweet | Techdirt | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Yesterday was the day that, each year, proves that people do not in fact hate advertising. They actually like it quite a bit if the advertising is good. What they hate is crappy and annoying advertising.
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Stop Punishing the Family Man

Stop Punishing the Family Man | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Jay Ramsay got a terrifying phone call at the office. Thirty-seven weeks into his wife’s pregnancy, the baby had stopped moving. The doctors were arranging for an emergency delivery. “I was in panic mode, in tears,” he says.

That night brought, fortunately, a healthy baby. Jay took off the rest of the week. Back at work on Monday, he was called into a private meeting. “My boss told me I ‘should have known better’ and ‘should have planned better,’” he says. “You’re taking this many days off work?” the boss exclaimed. “We have so much to do here!”

Let me pause here to note that his boss was a pregnant woman. Many people are surprised by that. But equal rights activists aren’t. Gender discrimination is “policed by men, but also, significantly, by women,” says Joan Williams, director of the Center for WorkLife Law.

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Disruptive Innovation: Why Market Leaders Fail

In this animated video Prof. Robert Perrons explains Prof. Clayton Christensen`s Theory of Disruptive Technologies

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The BCG e-Friction Index

The BCG e-Friction Index | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Where is digital trade best positioned to flourish? Where is it inhibited the most? See how 65 economies stack up.
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Italia al 36° posto (peggio di Bahrain, Ungheria e Romania). Gli indicatori di dettaglio ancora peggio... per deprimersi un po'...

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La Germania fa sistema sulla «quarta rivoluzione»

La Germania fa sistema sulla «quarta rivoluzione» | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
La quarta rivoluzione industriale ha mosso i primi passi ad Hannover solo quattro anni fa ma già promette cambiamenti epocali. E la Germania,
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European Workers Set to Embrace Digital Technologies in the Workplace, Accenture Research Shows

European Workers Set to Embrace Digital Technologies in the        Workplace, Accenture Research Shows | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
The Accenture Strategyresearch of over 2500 workers and 500 business leaders in the European Union (EU) reveals that 57 percent of workers think new digital technologies such as robots, mobile apps, data analytics and artificial intelligence, will improve their working experience versus eight percent who think it will worsen it. Fifty percent of EU workers believe that digital technology will improve their job prospects compared to 12 percent who think it will limit them. Employeess in Spain and Italy are significantly more positive about the impact of digital on their working lives than those in the UK, Germany or France.
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Toward a new HR philosophy | McKinsey & Company

Toward a new HR philosophy | McKinsey & Company | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

...this approach is based on erroneous thinking. It is bad for management and bad for the company as a whole. When HR sees itself as manager, mediator, and nurturer, it further separates managers from their employees and reinforces a results-versus-people dichotomy.1 That’s why many HR teams refer to the rest of the company as “the business”; too often, they don’t really perceive themselves as a core part of that business.

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Social Media in the Enterprise | MIT Sloan Management Review

Social Media in the Enterprise | MIT Sloan Management Review | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Two posts:

Social Media’s Expanding Relationship UniverseSimplifying the Enterprise Social Media Landscape
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Jeremy Rifkin: uscire dalla crisi con l’Internet of Things

Jeremy Rifkin: uscire dalla crisi con l’Internet of Things | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Nella visione dell'economista, intervenuto di recente a un convegno a Cernobbio, la risposta per ricominciare a crescere e creare occupazione è la digitalizzazione delle tre infrastrutture chiave del sistema economico - comunicazioni, energia e trasporti - e la loro integrazione in una piattaforma IOT. «Con questo progetto potremmo creare lavoro per due generazioni: Germania, Danimarca, Cina lo stanno facendo. E l’Italia ha tutte le competenze necessarie»
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Irving Wladawsky-Berger: The Rise of the Digital Capital Economy

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: The Rise of the Digital Capital Economy | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
I just read an interesting article that was published last summer in Foreign Affairs, - New World Order: Labor, Capital, and Ideas in the Power Law Economy. The article was written by MIT professor Erik Brynjolfsson and MIT Principal Research...
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Lavorare troppo, guadagnare poco: il paradosso italiano comincia dalla Scuola

Lavorare troppo, guadagnare poco: il paradosso italiano comincia dalla Scuola | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Lavorare troppo, guadagnare poco: il paradosso italiano comincia dalla Scuola Troppe ore di lavoro e poca produttività a scuola, all'Università e in azienda. Possiamo ipotizzare tre ragioni delle difficoltà del Sistema Italia, mettendo in correlazione tre ricerche Ocse. Non a caso le caratteristiche che rendono eccellente un sistema scolastica sono le stesse che rendono più produttivo il sistema delle imprese e il mercato del lavoro
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Capgemini: rapporto cliente-banca sempre più debole, serve digital trasformation | Tech Economy

Capgemini: rapporto cliente-banca sempre più debole, serve digital trasformation | Tech Economy | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
L’insoddisfazione dei clienti unita alla agilità e alla portata innovativa di competitor non strettamente bancari stanno erodendo quote di mercato delle banche quando si parla di customer experience. Per il secondo anno consecutivo, infatti, il miglioramento dei livelli globali della customer experience delle banche è in stallo con un calo inferiore all’uno per cento, rivela il dodicesimo World Retail Banking Report (WRBR) pubblicato oggi da Capgemini ed EFMA.

I livelli globali stagnanti della customer experience combinati con un aumento allarmante dei clienti disposti a lasciare le proprie banche, evidenziano un indebolimento dei rapporti banca-cliente e una maggiore possibilità di disintermediazione verso concorrenti non bancari come gli operatori della grande distribuzione, società FinTech, siti di crowdfunding, finanziatori peer-to-peer, provider Internet/mobile e sistemi di pagamento basati su NFC Apple.
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The future of manufacturing: Making things in a changing world

The future of manufacturing: Making things in a changing world | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
The future of manufacturing will be primarily governed by two macro shifts—manufacturers looking for alternative ways to create value and technological advancements enabling the emergence of smaller players.
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What Successful Project Managers Do | MIT Sloan Management Review

What Successful Project Managers Do | MIT Sloan Management Review | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

In today’s dynamic and competitive world, a project manager’s key challenge is coping with frequent unexpected events. Despite meticulous planning and risk-management processes, a project manager may encounter, on a near-daily basis, such events as the failure of workers to show up at a site, the bankruptcy of a key vendor, a contradiction in the guidelines provided by two engineering consultants or changes in customers’ requirements.1 Such events can be classified according to their level of predictability as follows: events that were anticipated but whose impacts were much stronger than expected; events that could not have been predicted; and events that could have been predicted but were not. All three types of events can become problems that need to be addressed by the project manager. The objective of this article is to describe how successful project managers cope with this challenge.

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Industry 4.0: The Future of Productivity and Growth in Manufacturing Industries

Industry 4.0: The Future of Productivity and Growth in Manufacturing Industries | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Industry 4.0 will make production systems up to 30 percent faster and 25 percent more efficient and elevate mass customization to new levels.
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Are You Part of the Email Problem? | MIT Sloan Management Review

Are You Part of the Email Problem? | MIT Sloan Management Review | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
According to a Radicati study, the average person receives 121 emails each and every day. Now, if you work eight hours per day, an email arrives in your inbox about every four minutes. The Radicati study claims that the average employee spends 14 hours per week in email. Let’s say that you work 50 hours per week or 10 hours per day. That’s about 28% of your week in email.

Does that seem too high? Let’s say that you take one minute to process, read, and respond to each email. Do the math: that’s 150 minutes. That’s 2.5 hours per day, every day. All of a sudden, that number of 28% starts to ring true.
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If You Love the Customer, Your Organization Will Hate You

Focusing on the needs of customers is a thankless job in most organizations. In fact, the customer champion is seen as annoying, irritating and a trouble maker. It is a career-limiting role. Most organizations that I have dealt with over the years spout nice platitudes about the customer (or employee) being important. But in reality, the potential customer is somebody to be sold to, and the current customer is pretty much ignored. If you want to progress in most organizations you focus on y Topic: Customer Experience.
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Borges’ Map: Navigating a World of Digital Disruption

Borges’ Map: Navigating a World of Digital Disruption | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Three distinct waves of digital disruption are transforming strategy. Changing information economics enable new strategies—as well as radically new structures for businesses and industries.
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Phablet: la nuova rivoluzione mobile | BitMat

Phablet: la nuova rivoluzione mobile | BitMat | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Sono questi dispositivi ibridi, tra smartphone e tablet, a conquistare una fetta sempre più consistente del mercato: triplicato il loro utilizzo
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The eight essentials of innovation | McKinsey & Company

The eight essentials of innovation | McKinsey & Company | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Strategic and organizational factors are what separate successful big-company innovators from the rest of the field. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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Digital Transformation - Atti dell'evento 6 Marzo | SAP Summit

Digital Transformation - Atti dell'evento 6 Marzo | SAP Summit | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Oltre 117 partecipanti all'evento, più di 80 persone hanno seguito i tavoli di lavoro tematici in agenda, almeno 30 business  e peer-to-peer meeting tra Executive di clienti, partner e SAP.

Questi i dati più rilevanti di un evento che nella prima giornata ha visto la partecipazione di Jeremy Rifkin e Bill McDermott e ha ospitato il confronto di importanti CEO che guidano grandi imprese italiane e multinazionali.

Di seguito un breve resoconto e la registrazione video degli interventi.

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Digital transformation, Italia 18esima al mondo

Digital transformation, Italia 18esima al mondo | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
L’Italia si colloca al 18simo posto della classifica del Global Connectivity index 2015 di Huawei, "con ampie potenzialità di crescita - sottolineano dall'azienda - grazie allo sviluppo di progetti a banda larga e alla elevata penetrazione di smartphone (73%). In Europa, il Global Connectivity Index 2015, colloca la Germania all’11simo posto, la Francia al 14simo e la spagna al 17simo. Tra i paesi più virtuosi, la Svezia al secondo posto, il Regno unito al quinto e l’Olanda al sesto.
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There’s a Difference Between Cooperation and Collaboration

There’s a Difference Between Cooperation and Collaboration | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

Everyone seems to agree that collaboration across functions is critical for major projects and initiatives. The reality, however, is that meshing the skills and resources of different departments, each focused on its own distinct targets, to achieve a larger organizational goal is much easier said than done. In fact, it takes much more than people being willing to get together, share information, and cooperate. It more importantly involves making tough decisions and trade-offs about what and what not to do, in order to adjust workloads across areas with different priorities and bosses. And despite all the well-meaning cooperative behaviors, this is often where interdepartmental collaboration breaks down.

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The Digital Imperative

The Digital Imperative | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it

As entire industries are disrupted by bold digital entrants and business models, more and more companies are at risk of extinction. Music, retailing, media, and travel are far along on this path, but we are also seeing similar patterns in more traditional industries, such as banking, agriculture, energy, health care, industrial goods, and manufacturing.

Digital strategy and transformation must therefore be a top priority of the CEO and the senior management team. Companies can’t just dabble at the edges by appointing a charismatic chief digital officer or CIO, adopting the latest shiny technologies, or “letting a thousand flowers bloom.” The digital imperative calls for more fundamental action in five areas.

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Sap cavalca l'onda della digital transformation: volano software e cloud

Sap cavalca l'onda della digital transformation: volano software e cloud | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
Nel primo trimestre 2015 crescita a tripla cifra su software innovativo e cloud, con fatturato in aumento del 18%. L'Ad Arienti: ''Il B2B non esiste più. La...
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separating the leaders from the managers

separating the leaders from the managers | Social Business and Digital Transformation | Scoop.it
The word leader often makes people think in terms of rank and title: the CEO, the general, the president. We think of the people who possess the positional powe
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