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Digital Transformation: Why Culture Is So Key
> Culture is the most important factor, way more important than technology, for example. By culture, we mean a set of shared values and beliefs that drive a change in behaviors. This has to be both a top-down and a bottom-up approach. The CEO and the C-level executives must embody the culture and the DNA of the brand so that employees change their behaviors to better serve their clients. A great example of this was shared by Frédéric Oudéa, the CEO of Société Générale, when receiving the 2018 prize (see picture below): He regularly (once a month) spends time learning how to code in order to understand IT/software issues and directly listen to clients and employees. Another example comes from C-level executives at Generali or Air Liquide, which spend time regularly to call back detractors themselves.
france  awards  Forrester  culture  digitaltransformation 
october 2018 by cote
ITDatabase - ITMemos
New email newsletter with tech world awards, events, editorial calendars, and other stuff good for PR/tech news related stuff. From RedMonk client IT Database.
newsletters  technews  redmonkclients  awards 
december 2009 by cote
Top analyst blogs « Technobabble 2.0
This year's analyst blog rankings. RedMonk does a good showing, I'm at #11.
awards  rankings  blogs  analysts 
november 2009 by cote
Analyst of the year « Technobabble 2.0
It's good to see folks I respect getting recognition, not least of all our own James Governor ;)
via:twitter  awards  analysts  JamesGovernor  AR 
august 2009 by cote
Analyst of the year - Nominate Analysts Now
"This is your chance to vote for the analyst or firm who you believe deserves more recognition. All too often we only speak about analysts when we want something, but this survey gives you the opportunity to explain what criteria makes an analyst important and who you consider to be world-leaders for their segment."
analysts  awards  ar 
april 2009 by cote
Texas Social Media Award Winners (Including me)
"Not only is 'Coté' an extremely knowledgeable techie, he’s also an entertaining and engaging presence on Twitter and in his videos for DrunkAndRetired.com. He proves his smarts with his industry analysis, but goes beyond that in the way he’s developed a large group of friends and fans online. One of them said in an award comment, 'Cote is always one step ahead of the game. Needless to say, he’s my go-to guy when it comes to which technologies to trust, and which online services/networks I should bother signing up for.' Another put it more simply: 'Michael Cote is the best thing since sliced milk.'"
socialmedia  awards  statesman  austin  ego  cote 
february 2009 by cote
Austin Social Media- Live Social Media Capital of the World | New Media Lab
We're fond of calling ourselves the capital of things here in Austin. Here's another one!
socialmedia  lists  awards  austin  via:jdilwort 
january 2009 by cote
SearchDataCenter.com Products of the Year 2008: Splunk 3.3
I was on the judge panel for this and, yeah, Splunk was the clear stand-out.
awards  splunk  itmanagement  itmanagementguys 
january 2009 by cote
Social Media Awards | Nominees
The Texas Social Media awards, of which I'm a nominee. Go vote for me, dear readers!
Statesman  awards  nominations  austin  ego  texas 
january 2009 by cote
Statesman Texas Social Media Awards | Nomination form
Nominate a Texan for being a social media whack-job. Oh yeah!
awards  texas  soccialmedia  via:twitter  TSMA 
december 2008 by cote
Application Development Trends - Innovator Awards 2006
BMC Performance Manager, the team I worked on at BMC, wins an ADT award for it's use of Scrum.
bmc  agile  scrum  awards  thegat 
may 2006 by cote

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