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While more and more consumers make the move from the real world to online retail and e-commerce, we have a look at five examples of where the world is going...
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Most industry observers acknowledge that the healthcare sector is ripe for disruption, and as we'll see below, our views on this issue are heavily influenced by markets that Apple has created and/or redefined in the not too distant past ....
Digital and mobile startups are fueling health care innovation in Dallas Dallas Morning News “An extremely competitive health care delivery market in the most rapidly growing top five American metro areas, combined with our strengths in technology...
4 New Ways That Innovation Will Disrupt Your Organization Forbes Innovation is a curious beast. We tend to think of it as a static concept – and how ironic is that? If one idea should be in constant flux it is the idea of innovation.
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By Ralf Larsson The quest for business efficiency can seem endless. Companies are constantly looking for ways to work better, innovate more quickly, and.
Mobile technology and social networks aren’t just disruptive to existing industries like communications and media, they are also helping the change the way that students learn and how education is delivered both in North America and around the world.
Identifying investment opportunities.
Morgan Stanley's tech analysts and retail analysts came together and published a big presentation on the eCommerce revolution.
The Morgan Stanley team expects the eCommerce opportunity – "retail sales disruption" – to get even bigger in the next few years, and says global eCommerce sales could top $1 trillion by 2016.
The presentation examines the five disruptive forces sweeping across the industry, breaks out the opportunities by region, highlights stock picks that stand to gain the most, and comes to five conclusions on where eCommerce is likely to go from here.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/morgan-stanley-ecommerce-disruption-2013-1?op=1#ixzz2HPLyJ6MX
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I'm giving a presentation today at the ITSMA's annual marketing conferencing on the topics of agile marketing and the rise of marketing technologists — two of my favorite subjects. I'll be discussing them in the context of the 5 meta-trends...
THE first industrial revolution began in Britain in the late 18th century, with the mechanisation of the textile industry. Tasks previously done laboriously by hand...
It might well have been a case of a stopped clock being right twice a day, but on the very day I had an article in The Conversation called Giant profits, tiny tax bills: time to close loopholes on corporate…...
This interview is part of our ongoing look at the people, tools and techniques driving data journalism. I first met Justin Arenstein (@justinarenstein) in Chişinău, Moldova, where the media...
As successive waves of digital disruption churn the consumer goods and retail industry, companies need to embrace the change and move forward with digital strategies. ...
RT @mobinauten: And pace of disruption increase-Digital Banks Steal Market Share 25% Possible http://t.co/DRVASisYSO @getMoven @Simplify @…
From the outside, most smartphones look the same, and technology companies seem to be making a bigger effort to distinguish themselves by the interface experience.
The live meetings industry is in flux. Digital disruption from virtual meetings, social media and mobile platforms are equal parts threat and opportunity depending on one’s vantage point.
Nick Bilton / NYT Bits: Disruptions: A Fuzzy and Shifting Line Between Hacker and Criminal — In January 2011, I was assigned to cover a hearing in Newark, where Daniel Spitler, then 26, stood accused of breaching AT&T's servers and stealing...
From almost any angle, businesses are under pressure. Connected customers are out-flanking business efforts to control the flow of goods and services and manage relationships in an increasingly connected economy. The global economy continues to struggle under the weight of misguided policies, sovereign debt and an entitledcorporatocracy that aims to “maximize the status quo” .
Check out the 5 impacts of digital media:
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An interview with Scott Anthony, President, Innosight. Disruptive innovation occurs when an innovator brings something to market that is simple, convenient, ...
A new educational body has formed to offer U.K. university courses to a global audience for free. It may well have an even bigger impact on universities at home.
People's wallets used to expand with each passing year. Now, the opposite is happening: many of the wallet's contents have been siphoned out by the smartphone.
IBM, dans son dernier Executive Report Transforming Retail / Engaging customers through information, influencers and interactions, propose aux industries "historiques" du monde automobile d'intégrer 4 nouvelles dimensions à leurs produits :...
SAN RAMON, Calif. -- When Sharoda Paul finished a postdoctoral fellowship last year at the Palo Alto Research Center, she did what most of her peers do -- considered a job at a big Silicon Valley company, in her case, Google. But instead, Ms. Paul, a 31-year-old expert in social computing, went to work for General Electric.
Ms. Paul is one of more than 250 engineers recruited in the last year and a half to G.E.'s new software center here, in the East Bay of San Francisco. The company plans to increase that work force of computer scientists and software developers to 400, and to invest $1 billion in the center by 2015. The buildup is part of G.E's big bet on what it calls the "industrial Internet," bringing digital intelligence to the physical world of industry as never before.
The concept of Internet-connected machines that collect data and communicate, often called the "Internet of Things," has been around for years. Information technology companies, too, are pursuing this emerging field. I.B.M. has its "Smarter Planet" projects, while Cisco champions the "Internet of Everything."
But G.E.'s effort, analysts say, shows that Internet-era technology is ready to sweep through the industrial economy much as the consumer Internet has transformed media, communications and advertising over the last decade.
Good timing is critical when it comes to allocating resources for effective digital transformations, according to a recent report co-authored by Telstra and Deloitte.
From almost any angle, businesses are under pressure.
But as Mary Meeker’s 2012 recap on the state of the internet suggests, disruption is the new normal. And when it comes to digital, disruption comes in many colours.
Writing on the invention of the printing press, Elizabeth Eisenstein suggested there were five impacts that transformed society of the time. In 2012, we too can see these impacts playing out in our personal and professional lives (and all the spaces in-between):
Experts coming under pressure from new voices who are early adopters of new technology
New organisations emerging to deal with the social, cultural and political changes
There is a struggle to revise the social and legal norms — especially in relation to intellectual property
The concepts of identity and community are transformed
New forms of language come into being
Educators are pressured to prepare their students for the newly emerging world