“The third industrial revolution has begun, slowly -- almost invisibly. Start preparing now for what's to come, based on our experience with the previous two and reasonable guesses about the future....”
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Digitization is rewriting the rules of competition, with incumbent companies most at risk of being left behind. Here are six critical decisions CEOs must make to address the strategic challenge posed by the digital revolution. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
Forget Innovation, Who Is Your Chief Disruption Officer? Forbes I am sitting in the back seat of a taxicab in New York City. The traffic is Midtown, stuck bumper to bumper. “Everything is turned upside down!
Banques en ligne : une « menace » pour 55% des dirigeants de ... cBanque.com Son étude, intitulée Retail Banking 2020 : evolution or revolution (1), permet notamment de sonder l'état d'esprit des dirigeants des grands réseaux bancaires européens.
The first Industrial Revolution was about machines, the second about technology, and the third will take place inside the “Brilliant Factory,” says Christine Furstoss, global technology director at GE Global Research.
“Le réseau social japonais Line fête mardi ses trois ans et revendique 470 millions d’abonnés ainsi qu’un milliard d’applications de la famille Line téléchargées dans ce laps de temps.”
Via Jean-Jacques Roland, Cecile Verdier
“Ce que vous risquez en publiant sur les réseaux sociaux (infographie) Deplacements Pros On dit les voyageurs d'affaires discret sur les réseaux sociaux... Tant mieux. Voilà selon "trend micro" les risques encourus en matière de vol de données.”
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“L'observatoire Orange-Terrafemina a mené une enquête auprès des Français sur les wearable devices (vêtements connectés). Résultats en infographie. La wearable technology commence à s'implanter en France.”
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“Digital disruption is forcing businesses to change how business is doneVentureBeatSocial, mobile, real-time, cloud, geo-loco, ephemeral, wearable, AR, makers, sharing economy, beacons, IoT, second screen.”
“I'm lucky to have a job where I have the opportunity to meet a lot of innovators in financial services and fin-tech. As a consequence I build up a sense of the state of the industry and the key tre...”
digital platforms such as google, amazon, apple and microsoft are fighting to redefine the nature of audience, and marketers should pay attention (Google, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft Vie for Digital Disruption | DigitalNext - Advertising Age
The innovative 18th century minds behind the first industrial revolution – which changed the way textiles were manufactured and led to the creation of the first factories – could never have imagined where industry would be in another 300 years.
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