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The Hierarchy of Innovation | The Big Picture

The Hierarchy of Innovation | The Big Picture | CIO | Scoop.it
I find this intriguing: From Rough Type: If progress is shaped by human needs, then general shifts in needs would also bring shifts in the nature of.
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TechnoVision 2014- reference of 37 essential technology building blocks for 2014 via @rtolido @capgemini

TechnoVision 2014- reference of 37 essential technology building blocks for 2014 via @rtolido @capgemini | CIO | Scoop.it

Furthermore, we are introducing TechnoVision 2014 to you in a gradual, stepwise way. To be more precise, we are releasing a building block every working day, ever since Monday the 4th of November. Each building block is described through a separate blog post on the CTO Blog with many contributions of Capgemini’s leading technology experts. By the end of December you should  be equipped with at least 37 interesting perspectives on the way technology will shape business change in the forthcoming year.


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Some missing links in the model, but over the years proven to be a fairly good reference #nXtshift

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Farid Mheir's curator insight, December 10, 2013 1:58 PM

A good overview of technologies requires to have a digital business, with key insights from leaders at Capgemini.

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What it means to be digital

What it means to be digital | CIO | Scoop.it
Charlene Tsang and Richard Amico work in Accenture’s High Performance Institute.
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Digital transformation: what is really means to be in the digital era

 
1. conscious and responsive without interruption, all the time. Never closed, because today’s digital consumers expect instant information anytime they want it.


2. being digital means knowing what awaits you around the corner. Such clairvoyance comes from the ability to extract signals from the noise of Big Data and to simulate an extraordinary range of potential futures in a matter of minutes.

 
3. being digital means demanding connectivity among workgroups. Technology has allowed us to be more connected than ever before—to each other, to various devices, to the world around us. 



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“Every company is a technology company” – Argos, Marlborough and CocaCola examples via @MarkRaskino @gartner

“Every company is a technology company” –  Argos, Marlborough and CocaCola examples via @MarkRaskino @gartner | CIO | Scoop.it

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Or as stated before: "every company is an information company", because the value and product innovation is in the information produced and not in the technology used #nXtshift #digital transformation

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Farid Mheir's curator insight, December 9, 2013 7:16 AM

3 examples of companies you would not expect to be impacted so much by technology: Argos, Marlborough and CocaCola.


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Every Industry Will be Digitally Remastered- every product/service will be revolutionized @MarkRaskino @gartner http://sco.lt/6EV9kn

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IT Buyers Starting to Look a Lot Like Consumer Shoppers

IT Buyers Starting to Look a Lot Like Consumer Shoppers | CIO | Scoop.it
A survey of 1,000 business and IT decision makers shows a blurring line between the business-to-business and business-to-consumer (B2C) sales process. That is, technology buyers are starting to resemble mall shoppers.
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If business becomes more consumer-like and consumers enforce digital transformation, what will happen to the other part of B2B?? nXtshift encourages businesses to define their digital strategy
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