Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Competing in Future Time and Digital Transformation

  1. Human time – time governed by our physical, biological and mental limitations as humans
  2. Digital time – time governed by computing, networking and data transmission speeds
  3. Future time – time governed by predictive analytics, algorithms and artificial intelligence
  1. Digital Hope and Redemption in the Digital Age
  2. Digital Transformation and the Role of Faster
  3. Digital Transformation and the Law of Thermodynamics
  4. Jettison the Heavy Baggage and Digitally Tranform
  5. Digital Transformation - The Dark Side
  6. Business is Not as Usual in Digital Transformation
  7. 15 Rules for Winning in Digital Transformation
  8. The End Goal of Digital Transformation
  9. Digital Transformation and the Ignorance Penalty
  10. Surviving the Three Ages of Digital Transformation
  11. From Digital to Hyper-Transformation
  12. Believers, Non-Believers and Digital Transformation
  13. Forces Driving the Digital Transformation Era
  14. Digital Transformation Requires Agility and Energy Measurement
  15. A Doctrine for Digital Transformation is Required
  16. The Advantages of Advantage in Digital Transformation
  17. Digital Transformation and Its Role in Mobility and Competition
  18. Digital Transformation - A Revolution in Precision Through IoT, Analytics and Mobility
  19. Competing in Digital Transformation and Mobility
  20. Ambiguity and Digital Transformation
  21. Digital Transformation and Mobility - Macro-Forces and Timing
  22. Mobile and IoT Technologies are Inside the Curve of Human Time

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***Full Disclosure: These are my personal opinions. No company is silly enough to claim them. I am a mobility and digital transformation analyst, consultant and writer. I work with and have worked with many of the companies mentioned in my articles.