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Monday’s Musings: Seven Common Failures Plague Board Room Strategy In Digital Transformation
"Laggard market perception cascades failure and customer disillusionment. Declining brands and organizations in laggard industries stripped of brand equity enter an era of negative market perception. Instead of redefining the mission and purpose with new business models, orgs often take a short cut of branding without substance. Seen as devoid of innovation with a commoditized non-differentiated offering, every stakeholder from employee, customer, partner, supplier, and investor lowers expectations of success. The result – leaders who focus on short term gain, declining employee morale, lack of interest by investors, and lower quality from suppliers. Partners lose interest in creating co-innovation and co-creation ecosystems with laggards. Customers no longer find an affinity for a brand that has sold its soul and will not pay for premium pricing when they no longer see value."
"Laggard  market  perception  cascades  failure  and  customer  disillusionment.  Declining  brands  organizations  in  laggard  industries  stripped  of  brand  equity  enter  an  era  negative  perception.  Instead  redefining  the  mission  purpose  with  new  business  models  orgs  often  take  a  short  cut  branding  without  substance.  Seen  as  devoid  innovation  commoditized  non-differentiated  offering  every  stakeholder  from  employee  partner  supplier  investor  lowers  expectations  success.  result    leaders  who  focus  on  term  gain  morale  lack  interest  by  investors  lower  quality  suppliers.  Partners  lose  creating  co-innovation  co-creation  ecosystems  laggards.  Customers  no  longer  find  affinity  for  that  has  sold  its  soul  will  not  pay  premium  pricing  when  they  see  value.2018  apps  strategy  best  practices  board  room  boardroom  priorities  promises  transformation  c-suite  cdo  ceo 
may 2018 by jonerp
Building the Digital Supply Chain: Pushing the Bird from the Nest - by @lcecere
"I think this is a good context for a discussion today, on this blog, on the digital supply chain. Last week, I had discussions with digital supply chain leaders from three companies. The conversations were similar, “How can I get my business leaders to embrace a digital transformation journey?” In essence, today manufacturing leaders are flooded by presentations from consultants attempting to sell a message to begin a digital journey. The reason? It is a new gig. ERP projects are drying up and the consultants need to create their new market."
uncategorized  digital  supply  chain  new  business  models  insights 
february 2018 by jonerp
Digital Trends 2018
"Digital transformation, then, is driving business change and technology innovation. Over the past few years, several technology trends have emerged or accelerated as a result of the modernization needs of businesses. For 2018, G2 Crowd research is tracking a list of these tech trends, and we’ve identified four broad technology areas that serve as the anchors or framework for ongoing analysis of technology trends, and their impact on modernizing businesses.

These technology anchors are:

AI
IoT
Cybersecurity
Digital Platforms"
featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  2018  ai  analysis  artificial  intelligence  business  model  models  modernization  change 
february 2018 by jonerp
The New Kingmakers Then and Now - by @sogrady
"The good news is that this developer-driven fragmentation has yielded an incredible array of open source software. The bad news is that, even for developers, managing this fragmentation is challenging. And if it’s challenging for developers, what of the businesses they work for? Businesses, after all, have a much lower threshold for change, a far lower ability to absorb innovation. An individual may prefer what’s new and shiny, but businesses prioritize stability and predictability."
business  models 
october 2017 by jonerp
Dissecting the Headwinds and Tailwinds of Digital Transformation - by @lcecere
"At the Supply Chain Insights Global Summit last week Gita Gopinath, a Harvard University economist, forecasted worldwide global growth at 3.6%, but only 1.9% for the more advanced economies in Europe and North America. In contrast, she forecasts growth rates in the emerging economies of Europe and Asia at 4.8%. For the global multinational, powering global growth in China and India is tougher, and with greater intellectual property risk, than driving a digital transformation in North America and Europe."
big  data  supply  chains  demand  digital  blockchain  transformation  growth  headwinds  internet  of  things  new  business  models  chain  tailwinds 
september 2017 by jonerp
Cognitive Computing: Getting Clear on Definitions - by @lcecere #scm
"A hype cycle starts with a technology trigger. In the case of cognitive computing, the trigger is the use of sensor technologies along with in-memory processing to sense, learn and act. We are witnessing the evolution of analytics for pattern recognition, and unstructured text mining along with the redefinition of architectures to enable streaming data and real-time process innovation. The work by Google on manless vehicles or the department of defense’s work on ‘bad guy detection’ spawned early innovation. Despite the powerful and brilliant, IBM Watson marketing machine, realize that it is still early. Only 7% of manufacturers are experimenting with cognitive computing."
big  data  supply  chains  demand  driven  cognitive  computing  models  machine  learning  ontologies  chain  unstructured 
august 2017 by jonerp
Microsoft’s Monopoly Hangover - by @benthompson
"This is why I don’t give Ballmer too much credit for Office 365 and Azure: the products of Microsoft’s future were there, but the Windows-centric business model was constricting every part of the company to an ever-shrinking share of the overall market; Nadella’s greatest success has been taking off that straitjacket."
articles  business  models  cloud  computing  culture  differentiation  enterprise  evolution  of  ibm  incentives  making  money  microsoft  product  management 
july 2017 by jonerp
Mark Zuckerberg Takes on Fake News, the Importance of the News Industry And the Rise of Filter Bubbles in New Manifesto
"Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg emphasized the importance of a “strong news industry” in his 5,000-plus word manifesto published this afternoon. Calling the news “critical to building an informed community,” Zuckerberg said Facebook will do more “to make sure this vital social function is sustainable.”
content  strategy  social  media  web  advertising  dollars  business  models  facebook  fake  news  local  mark  zuckerberg 
february 2017 by jonerp
Top Tech Trends for 2017 - by @mfauscette
"Intelligent Applications: Embedding AI inside applications can enable many capabilities, but generally they fall into 2 broad categories – 1. The ability to automate tasks to relieve workers of more mundane tasks, freeing up more time for higher value activities and 2. Take large datasets and find the relevant data in some defined context, supporting business decisions."
featured  posts  technology  software  trends  &  concepts  ai  analysis  analytics  apps  ar  artificial  intelligence  big  data  business  models 
february 2017 by jonerp
Bricks Without Clay - by @sogrady #data
"Data, on the other hand, is a resource that can be accumulated only over time and with difficulty, expense and commitment. There’s a reason, for example, that Amazon and Google have created devices like the Echo and Home, respectively, and it’s not to sell low-margin, infrequently upgraded devices to consumers."
business  models  data 
november 2016 by jonerp
The Enterprise of the Future Will Need Connected Big Data
"The more nuanced answer is to view microservices as an accelerator or enabler. You are no longer forced to choose exact same data model for each piece of the backend, he clarified. The architecture is much more agile. For example, you can put your products in a graph database, so your customers have access to real-time recommendations, and put finances in a tabular database."
events  technology  top  stories  apoc  data  management  models  graph  database  graphconnect  2016  ibm  machine  learning  microservice  architecture  neo 
november 2016 by jonerp
If You Don’t Ask The Right Qs, You Get The Answers You Deserve! - by @infullbloomus #hr
"Unfortunately, it usually takes a broader planning effort to make sure that sir/madam HR leader isn’t playing that loser’s game of whack-a-mole in resolving these types of questions. You know that game: no sooner do you put one question to rest than two more rear their ugly heads, and soon you’re entangled, not unlike Gulliver, by a hairball of these issues."
debunking  calling  out  enterprise  software  hr  tech  conference  hrm  hrmds  licensed  on-premise  m&a  pe  ownership  changes  models 
september 2016 by jonerp
On Digital Transformation - by @sogrady
"The point here isn’t to laugh at the unnamed investors, the point here is that predicting outcomes generally, and digital transformation specifically, is hard. Hard enough that very highly paid and educated professionals who do nothing but evaluate businesses that intend to transform industries digitally fail more often than they don’t. Expecting that your technology supplier, then, can be responsible for shepherding you through this process is probably not reasonable."
business  models 
september 2016 by jonerp
Spotting Fake Online Reviews - by @mfauscette
" If a review is completely or mostly lacking in specific details about the product, the user experience and the reasons for a good or bad review rating, there may be something wrong. In the course of using a product, and then relating your experience it is natural to share specific details, something about the process of using the product, the way the experience makes you feel, or what happened when it was used. Vague reviews are of little value in general, and could signal that a person really doesn’t have personal knowledge of the product."
business  models  networks  community  decision  systems  peer  reviews  software  technology  b2b  b2c  catfishing 
april 2016 by jonerp
A Deeper Look at Peer Networks - by @mfauscette
"There are several challenges in meeting the requirements listed above, beyond the obvious technical and design issues around the platform and the user experience. I will say that having a robust and advanced platform makes most of these other challenges easier at least"
business  models  modernization  networks  community  networked  saas  software  technology 
february 2016 by jonerp
What’s in Store for 2016: A Few Predictions - by @sogrady
"You may note the steep downward trajectory in the success rate. While rightly considered a reflection of my abilities as a forecaster, it is worth noting that the aggressiveness of the predictions was increased in the year 2013. This has led to possibly more interesting but provably less reliable predictions since; you may factor the adjustment in as you will."
ai  business  models  cloud  collaboration  hardware-as-a-service  open  source  platform-as-a-service  platforms  social  software-as-a-service  vr 
february 2016 by jonerp
Buying Business Software - by @mfauscette
"Peer networks are a newer type of influencer resource and are gaining popularity. These fall into several types ranging from public social networks like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook; to community based peer review platform sites like my current employer, G2 Crowd (and in fairness several others that vary somewhat in approach but include TrustRadius, Software Advice, GetApp and Capterra)"
business  models  modernization  networks  collaboration  community  cx  decision  systems  networked  saas  social  web  software 
february 2016 by jonerp
Reprise: A Great Miracle Happened Here! - by @infullbloomus #hcm
"The end of chest beating by industry executives, of hyping their own accomplishments in hopes no one will ask too many questions, and of disrespecting the competition in loud voices and with known half-truths if not outright lies."
enterprise  software  holiday  thoughts  hr  tech  hrm  models  modeling  preferred  architectural  behaviors 
december 2015 by jonerp
What’s in Store for 2015: A Few Predictions - by @sogrady
"It is equally true, however, that building an open source company is inherently more challenging than building one around proprietary software. This has led to the creation of a variety of complicated monetization mechanisms, which attempt to recreate proprietary margins while maintaining the spirit of the underlying open source project. Of these, open core has emerged as the most common. In this model, a company maintains an open source “core” while layering on premium, proprietary components."
business  models  cloud  collaboration  containers  databases  hardware-as-a-service  microservices  mobile  platform-as-a-service  programming  languages  software-as-a-service 
february 2015 by jonerp
Modest Rant — HCM SaaS Economics - by @infullbloomus
"Unless your organization is operating in the same environment as it did 20+ years ago, doing pretty much the same things within pretty much the same competitive landscape (and this is true for NO ONE), then the cost of technology-enabled innovation should be the focus of any cost comparison between on-premise or faux SaaS/”cloud” and true SaaS."
"killer"  hrmds  scenarios  hcm  debunking  calling  out  enterprise  software  hr  tech  hrm  looking  back  forward  models  modeling  preferred  architectural  behaviors  saas 
february 2015 by jonerp

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