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More work required to understand the user in UX, survey shows
"Many times in designing and developing the user experience (UX) related to systems and services, something gets left out of the equation: the user. In a recent tweet, Jason Williams, expressed the need to rectify this so well:"You can't start with the technology and then develop the customer experience (UX).You have to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology."
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september 2018 by jonerp
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
Research Report: Constellation’s Futurist Framework (PESTEL) – The Political Outlook Pre @Davos #WEF18 - by @rwang0
"Global governments face a confluence of forces with worldwide chronic unemployment, stagnant economic performance, growing social program obligations and continued polarization of political ideology. A generation of voters are jobless at the beginning of their careers. OECD statistics show over 73 million, or 12.6 percent, of global youth are unemployed. Political trends play a role in the acceleration or hindrance of business disruption. Amid those forces, governments seek to address social unrest and quell the impact of failed policies and disenfranchised citizenry"
featured  posts  trends  &  concepts  #davos18  #davos2018  #wef  #wef18  #wef2018  apps  strategy  big  ideas  board  room  boardroom  priorities  c-suite 
january 2018 by jonerp
Monday’s Musings: What’s Top Of Mind From SAP Customers - by @rwang0
"Consequently, customers remain cautious and reserved in working with SAP sales reps to resolve this issue for fear of nullifying previous agreements and resulting in accidentally raising their overall total account value. Customers should work with their user groups such as the UK and Ireland SAP User Group have created a SAP Licensing Transparency Centre and other influencers familiar with the process."
#techoptimization  2017  amazon  web  services  apps  strategy  best  practices  blockchain  technology  boardroom  priorities  c-suite  c3  iot  cdo 
december 2017 by jonerp
Enterprise architecture and business planning: now joined at the hip - by @joemckendrick
"Bottom line, the job of the architect -- be it software architect, or enterprise architect, which we're going to explore here -- isn't just to design and plan out wonderful, elegant systems; it's also to educate, guide, and yes, sell these ideas and visions to decision-makers, who continuously need to re-examine what they're doing, why they're doing what they're doing, how they can do it better, and -- importantly -- recognize that technology alone won't solve their problems or open new opportunities. It takes visionary, forward-thinking management to do that. Enterprise architecture lays the groundwork and makes the right technology available for the right occasion."
it  priorities 
october 2017 by jonerp
Five Reasons Why Every CIO Needs An Integration Roadmap In 2017 - by @louiscolumbus
"The difference between CIOs who lead and those caught in never-ending reactionary cycles is often a strategic IT plan and integration roadmap. It’s the CIOs who take the time to create and pursue an integration roadmap that has the greatest chance of breaking out of always reacting to IT projects and leading them instead. That’s because the majority of inbound requests center on data, reports or analysis only deliverable by integrating two or more systems together."
featured  posts  technology  software  cio  priorities  cloud  computing  integration  enosix  salesforce  sap  ensosix 
february 2017 by jonerp
IT managers: we're hurting for more cloud and DevOps skills - by @joemckendrick
"However, IT managers still aren't feeling the love. Instead, the survey suggests, they're still mired in a backlog of user demands. IT still spends too much time on day-to-day systems maintenance. As a result, close to one in four admit that business demands have become too fast and too big to handle, causing IT to say "no."
it  priorities 
december 2015 by jonerp
5 ways user experience can be a beautiful thing for the enterprise - by @joemckendrick
"Design thinking and high-quality UX is already creeping into the enterprise, via services such as New Relic, Workday and ZenDesk," Gajendar says. Plus, iPhones and iPads -- and their Android cousins -- are already ubiquitous in today's offices. Ultimately, having a high-quality UX in enterprise settings may be more important that UX in consumer interfaces."
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november 2015 by jonerp
News Analysis: SAP User Base In The UK and Ireland Ready For Digital Transformation But Organizations Remain Cautious Of Vendor Claims To Assist
30% of SAP user organizations have a digital strategy in place, with 36% in progress of digital initiatives without a confirmed strategy
69% stated that digital transformation is a priority for their organizations
87% noted they digital transformation of front/or back office functions
69% plan to digitalize front and back office functions."
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november 2015 by jonerp
Four interesting implications of Walmart's open-source cloud announcement - by @joemckendrick
"The fact that it's Walmart, a retailer, getting into the cloud platform space points to the convergence that is taking place between tech and non-tech companies. That is, every company, to one degree or another, regardless of industry, is becoming a software company, as well as cloud provider. Every company is becoming both publishers and consumers of cloud and API-based services."
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october 2015 by jonerp
Does it make sense to split IT into two entities? - by @joemckendrick
"But many IT departments may not be in a position to support these internal startups. The problem is that "the IT organization can't turn into a digital startup overnight and, besides, there's a raft of business-critical responsibilities that it simply can't -- and absolutely should not -- divest," Sondergaard points out.The problem is that IT also needs to stay a step ahead of shadow IT, he adds."
it  priorities 
september 2015 by jonerp
Will technologists digitize themselves out of jobs someday? - by @joemckendrick
I see a riff/whiff coming :) "New Deloitte study asserts technology has created more jobs than those destroyed. IT opportunities have grown substantially, but will automation, cloud and mobile sustain or reverse this trend?"
it  priorities 
august 2015 by jonerp
Book Summary: Lesson 8 From Disrupting Digital Business – Democratize Distribution With P2P Networks - by @rwang0
Start with a journey map;
Begin with your key personas;
From there, list out your brand promises;
Then list out your outcomes expected;
Tie each outcome to a journey map;
From the journey map tie each journey to a channel and then to an organization or person.
Determine the internal and external organizations or person."
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june 2015 by jonerp
Book Summary: Lesson 5 From Disrupting Digital Business – Build For Insight Streams - by @rwang0
"One of the biggest opportunities for monetizing digital business will come from insight streams. These insights will come from both least likely sources and the most obvious. For example, least likely sources include the amount of power consumer, water used, visitors into the building, foot traffic on the sidewalk, and density of the parking lot. These sources may seem mundane and useless information to most of us, but large insight brokers will take that data to drive contextually relevant information."
apps  strategy  attention  economy  boardroom  priorities  book  summary  brand  promises  ceo  chief  digital  officer  executive  financial  hr  information  marketing 
june 2015 by jonerp
A two-word strategy for CIOs' digital ambitions: carpe diem - by @joemckendrick
"hat's the word from Accenture's Diana Bersohn, author of a new report that describes how CIOs can open the door to elevate their roles within enterprises seeking to increase their digital footprints."
it  priorities 
may 2015 by jonerp
Book Summary: Lesson 2 From Disrupting Digital Business – Brand Promises In An Attention Economy - by @rwang0
"In fact, the impact is significant and now quantifiable with 52% of the Fortune 500 gone since 2000 and the average age of the S&P 500 company in 1960 is down from 60 years to a little more than 12 projected in 2020. That is a 500% compression that has changed the market landscape forever in almost every industry."
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may 2015 by jonerp

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