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Reframing the Digital Transformation conversation in 5 steps
"Unless you are a digital native startup, your digital transformation will most likely be a complex series of incremental and strategic initiatives that fundamentally change the company over time. To get employees, customers, and investors on board, leadership needs to communicate the big idea—the “why” of what you are trying to achieve by reinventing your business. Start thinking about the principles of story telling. Start thinking in terms of the visual tools and communication processes you are going to use get the whole company as well as your partner and supplier ecosystem on board."
trends  &  concepts  #techerati  digital  disruption  transformation  strategy  events  leadership  storytelling 
8 weeks ago by jonerp
Reframing the Digital Transformation conversation in 5 steps
"You need a plan to integrate your digital transformation project so that it works with your legacy systems. Your plan should draw on agile thinking while still satisfying the financial demands of the C-suite. Think in terms of short time scales and multiple iterations. Don’t fear experimentation or failure"
#techerati  digital  transformation  strategy  events  leadership  disruption  storytelling 
march 2019 by jonerp
Can Deltek be the Easy Button for Project-Based Business?
"We asked our 2018 survey participants to assess the level of risk their industries faced in terms of the potential for disruption (Figure 1). While all but 10% acknowledged some level of risk, the majority (84%) feel the risk is low to medium rather than high or imminent. Yet we feel compelled to ask the question: How do you think the taxi industry would have answered this question on the eve of the launch of Uber? Do you think the hotel industry anticipated Airbnb? Did Block Buster foresee the devastating impact Netflix would have on its business?"
erp  chat  bot  deltek  disruption  mint  jutras  nlp  project  management  vantagepoint 
november 2018 by jonerp
The Costly, Damaging, and Futile Myth of Business & IT Alignment Replacing nonsensical ‘business and IT alignment’ with a newer, better environment
"Now is the ideal time to partition business and IT in such a fashion. The emerging viability of what has been somewhat arbitrarily grouped into ‘digital transformation’ assets (Big Data, Machine Learning, Internet-of-Things and Analytics) can only be successfully adopted by an organization with an efficient and credible foundation of integrated business applications. With business stakeholders firmly at the wheel, such efficiency and credibility are more easily achieved than through an alignment effort that has been a dismal failure since the days of manual typewriters, hi-fis, black & white television, and rotary telephones."
business  requirements  it  alignment  cio  role  digital  transformation  disruption  enterprise  applications  functional  design  internet-of-things  iot  of 
november 2018 by jonerp
Reinventing After-Sales Service In A Subscription Economy World
"91% of manufacturers are investing in predictive analytics in the next 12 months, and 50% consider Artificial Intelligence (AI) a major planned investment for 2019 to support their subscription-based business models.
New subscription business models and smart, connected products are freeing manufacturers up from competing for one-time transaction revenues to recurring revenues based on subscriptions.
By 2020, manufacturers are predicting 67% of their product portfolios will be smart, connected products according to an excellent study by Capgemini."
business  featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  digital  disruption  internet  of  things  iot  louis  columbus'  blog  manufacturing  services  revenue  subscription  economy 
november 2018 by jonerp
Is Blockchain relevant for any Business Model?
"The problem we are solving here is at the core of all trade – trust. Blockchain’s key advantage is that the buyer and seller, the other parties or competitors that are involved can trust the validity of the distributed ledger without the need for any intermediary like a bank or broker or lawyer or government being involved. No reputation required. It eliminates the need for the duplication of effort that always happens amongst the parties involved, and reduces the need for those intermediaries. It changes the backbone of business. This is why the banks and financial institutions have been amongst the first to make big investments in to understanding and developing this new technology. Blockchain has the power to significantly disrupt their core business model as the key intermediary and the central overseer of trade. This is why blockchain developer skills are at a premium."
blockchain  digital  disruption  future 
august 2018 by jonerp
The Risk of the “Risk Bias”
"While not completely surprising, the application of what I’m calling the risk bias to emerging technologies is somewhat concerning. Every technology vendor innovates, but breakthrough innovations usually come from new vendors. Larger vendors often employ fast follower strategies. Enterprises that wait for the capabilities from proven vendors may find themselves acquiring new technologies just to keep up with competitors."
go-to-market  attitudes  disruption  innovation  risk 
march 2018 by jonerp
We love the smell of Blockchain in the morning - by @dt
"Some people know what they are talking about, but when others say blockchain do the really just mean a secure, distributed database of some kind? There is both bad and good information on this, with bad and good definitions out there. For example, when I was researching this article I found a Fortune/Bloomberg piece from last December titled Blockchain Is Pumping New Life Into Old-School Companies Like IBM and Visa, that contains the sentence: “The blockchain can also hold many more documents and data than traditional database storage, allowing for more nuanced insights and analysis.” Now that’s rubbish on many levels, and dangerous too."
blockchain  digital  disruption  finance 
march 2018 by jonerp
Signs that your disruptive innovation is fading - by @denispombriant
"That’s a particularly nasty problem for social media companies and other tech vendors today as customers are rethinking their use. Ten years ago social media was hailed as a great new thing that could link people around the world and offer new possibilities for business and even world peace. Today not so much."
featured  posts  trends  &  concepts  crm  disruption  disruptive  innovation  humantech  onward  sloan  business  review  zichermann 
february 2018 by jonerp
Event Report - Salesfore Dreamforce 2017 - My oh my - and serious platform news - by @holgermu
"On the concern side, Salesforce remains slow at innovating, but that is understandable, given the vendors efforts to move its platform from inhouse / Oracle to public cloud (AWS, Google) and more opensource. Not an exciting message for a general user conference, but the move will change Salesforce more than many other potential product announcements. Salesforce must go through this re-platform successfully, to remain competitive from a infrastructure perspective and also to power and create a modern platform around BigData and Machine Learning.'
constellation  research  crm  developers  digital  disruption  dreamforce  future  of  work  holger  mueller  innovation  learning  nextgen  apps  nextgenapps 
november 2017 by jonerp
The Elements of Disruption - by @barnes_hank
Technology – While not the sole element, technology innovations often play a significant role
Business – Shifts in business models and practices that change the rules of buying and selling
Industry – Identifying changing industry dynamics, or regulations (or sometimes ignoring them)
Society – Leveraging societal trends that provide new ways to build awareness, interest, and “tribes”"
go-to-market  business  disruption  elements  industry  society  technology 
october 2017 by jonerp
Digital Disruption Demands Demystification (Hype Cycle Season) - by @barnes_hank
"And finally, one last point that many people seem to forget. If a technology falls off the hype cycle, it is not a bad thing. It means that that technology has made it to the mainstream market. Customers can be comfortable that there are a variety of choices, proven paths to success, and the possibility of cost savings. For providers, it means they are at the stage where most of the spending happens. The investments in getting to that point can now pay off. (Note: The only exception to this is for technologies that become “obsolete before the plateau.” That, indeed, is not a great thing.) The mainstream is where the real money is made."
go-to-market  disruption  hype  cycle  strategy 
august 2017 by jonerp
Musings – 5 lessons enterprises CxOs can learn from the US Elections - by @holgermu
"Never hurts to know your customer. Elites and closed clubs lose touch of the rest of an economy and socienty easily, has happened before and will happen again. Understand the market holistically and maybe drive across the US next time (and plan a few stops) to get re-connected with the whole market."
best  practices  cxo  digital  disruption  futurist  strategic  advisor  usa 
december 2016 by jonerp
First Take - AWS reInvent - 1st Keynote - AWS enters the hardware business - and much more - by @holgermu
"On the concern side, AWS has an issue of riches. With growing new capabilities from 700 to 1000 year over year - it is a lot for customers, prospects and partners to digest. I asked Jassy in Q&A and it is clear that AWS - at least for now - is not concerned about this. Architects help customers to walk through the challenge to find the right services for their use case is the answer."
amazon  aws  cloud  constellation  research  digital  disruption  transformation  futurist  holger  mueller  iaas  paas  reinvent  saas 
december 2016 by jonerp
Is business agility the next thing? - by @denispombriant
"Systems of intelligence pose the real and intriguing possibility that they can participate in business processes with, or in place of, humans. The natural concern as I, and many others, have documented is the loss of jobs if and when this catches on."
featured  posts  trends  &  concepts  agility  crm  digital  disruption 
november 2016 by jonerp
Barclays doing Digital differently - by @dt
"The Brighton Lab provides a home for business advisors, brokers, web site designers, and businesses creating new apps and digital services. It hosts 2 permanent offices with 4 staff in each, has 2 meeting spaces for hire or use by the members, a maker space, and the main area supports 25 co-workers. They’ve linked to the local maker community and provide a hub for emerging technology in the local community. Compared to their peers, Barclays are thinking differently, and doing digital differently."
#entdigi  conference  digital  disruption  literacy  innovation  workplace  barclays  bank  eagles  transformation  eagle  labs  incubator  maker  space  start-up 
october 2016 by jonerp
Event Report: Business Transformation Top Of Mind For Microsoft Envision #ENV16 Attendees - by @rwang0
"Financial institutions and technology providers have flocked to the promises of block chain technology made famous by BitCoin. However the risk of consumer grade technologies creating security and risk issues have hampered efforts. The goal is enterprise grade block-chain technology."
2016  apps  strategy  big  data  blockchain  technology  bots  business  disruption  transformation  ceo  chatbots  chief  digital  officer  executive 
april 2016 by jonerp
New Group at Infor Helps Customers Navigate Digital Disruption - by @erp_cindyjutras
"Infor is now taking this a step further and spinning out a new group from Hook & Loop. It’s called H&L Digital and its proclaimed mission is to create “Differentiation through personalized digital experiences at scale that help enterprises outpace digital disruption and unlock digital growth opportunities.” That’s a mouthful that exposes Hook & Loop’s “agency” lineage."
erp  cindy  jutras  cloud  creative  agency  digital  disruption  economy  ecommerce  hook  and  loop  infor  mint  smb 
april 2016 by jonerp
Future of Work – a Blockchain primer - by @dt
"Part of the problem with talking Blockchain is that commentary on it is often strongly tied to the digital currency that it supports – Bitcoin. That single implementation overwhelms most explanations of the underlying technology. I’ve looked at a lot of explanations generated over the last year and come away puzzled, but the best I’ve found is from Mike Gault on re/code on July 5."
digital  disruption  events  future  ideas  workplace  bitcoin  blockchain  of  work  music 
december 2015 by jonerp
You Want Disruption? Can You Handle it? - by @jeffnolan
"This is why I don’t think about disruption. The great case studies for disruption in our business are all a result of executing really well against an idea that was well conceived and not impaired by compromise. Disruption happens when you don’t have anything to lose, and in every case disruption is the result of bringing together extraordinary people unified by a sense of purpose. Put another way, disruption is not a strategy, it is a consequence."
management  disruption  people  startups  teams  tech 
september 2015 by jonerp
Surviving Digital Transformation? Here’s How To Thrive In It - by @timoelliott
"The easiest and most immediate opportunities are in four areas: getting closer to customers; empowering and inspiring employees; optimizing resource use in real time; and taking full advantage of the new digital economy. Doing these things right means cutting across traditional organizational silos."
thoughts  disruption  future  innovation  transformation 
september 2015 by jonerp
Transaction Costs in the New Economy – WTF? - by @freecloud
"“The Internet is nothing less than an extinction-level event for the traditional firm”

Is true, but is qualified – If:

The traditional Firms cannot digitally transform themselves sufficiently to compete well enough, soon enough.
The UberFirms can avoid a levelling of employment & regulatory conditions, and afford to undercut long enough, to drive the traditional Firms out of business."
digital  disruption  strategy  airbnb  ronald  coase  tim  o'reilly  uber  wtf 
september 2015 by jonerp
Progress Report - CapGemini is ready for the Digital Economy - but challenges remain - by @holgermu
"On the concern side CapGemini needs to become more global, successfully re-skill its European workforce and find more productized go to market offerings. It is good to have identified over 4 dozen IP assets, now they need to be built out into product, something system integrators have traditionally struggled with, but the prize is too big in the 201x years for trying (at least). We would like to see CapGemini make a few full hearted (real) product bets. Customers want faster, shrink-wrapped, business user driven solutions that do not require RfPs, project teams and people travelling the world in small boxes."
analytics  bigdata  capgemini  customer  experience  digital  disruption  transformation  iot  nextgen  apps  system  integrator 
july 2015 by jonerp
Everyone’s talking Digital and it’s Dangerous - by @dt
"Everyone’s talking digital – either disruption or transformation and it’s dangerous. Plenty of books with digital in the title and that’s dangerous. Plenty of events around the digital topic and that’s dangerous too. It’s dangerous because this is too important a topic to be diluted by being overhyped. We’re actually talking about business survival in a World where the only constant is change, and that change is accelerating. So where are we at and what can you do to make sense of the hype?"
#entdigi  conference  digital  disruption  events  social  business 
july 2015 by jonerp
Competitors from Mars: Tesla batteries invade the grid - by @philww
"Electric car maker Tesla Motors plans to sell stationary Tesla batteries to homeowners, becoming a disruptive alien presence in the power utility market"
innovation  risk  disruption 
february 2015 by jonerp
What is Digital Transformation? - by @dt
"What I do know is that your business model is under threat. Some smarter, nimbler competitor is just about to overtake you with a more innovative approach, or better use of data or clever use of technology and take your market. Business as usual almost certainly won’t be good enough, although it may take a while for you and your balance sheet to realise that."
#e20s  conference  agile  business  digital  disruption  enterprise  2.0  social 
february 2015 by jonerp
8 Strategic Building Blocks to enable Digital Transformation - by @dt
"The one thing that is certain – your business model is under threat. Some smarter, more agile business is aiming to sneak past you and take your market. What are you going to do about it?"
#e20s  conference  business  innovation  corporate  culture  digital  disruption  enterprise  2.0  social  strategy 
february 2015 by jonerp
Dallas, we have a problem: Advisors struggling to deliver Expertise-as-a-Service - by @pfersht
Some zingers here, keep reading... "We’ve recently discussed the fact that many service providers are struggling to find this talent, while many buyers also need real help to access business-relevant skills. So let’s now look at the great intermediary which can readily plug those talent gaps for a paltry $500/hour… the consulting firm."
skills  services  disruption 
february 2015 by jonerp

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