Leveraging the Engines of the Digital
Or How to Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Rise of the Machines
Imagine: you are in a conference room with colleagues from China, Japan, Germany and Egypt. You each speak in your native tongue and the other participants hear it in their native tongue. Humans have sought the ability to understand each other regardless of their...read more
“Moving a university is like moving a cemetery—you can’t expect any help from the inhabitants,” says Barb Oakley, Ph.D. Higher Educations’ product is too expensive, takes too long and doesn’t produce enough of the graduates needed. New technology could be...read more
Remember Blackberry? How about Nokia or Motorola? Vaguely you say. Will we one day state the same about Ford, GM, and the others? Seems hard to believe but the parallels have got to keep their execs up at night. Funny, how these things always look inevitable in...read more
It’s harvest time. Sure is different. The rechargeable self-driving harvesters started out this morning. Looks like the crop will come in just as predicted by the AI. The satellite images confirm it but the machine vision inspection also verified each plant during the...read more
I consult and write on digital transformation in the enterprise, driven by the inexpensive and ubiquitous computing power of the cloud. Increasingly, all business leaders must attain a certain level of digital fluency and deal with these technical challenges. I can assist you in your journey. Please use these blogs to raise your awareness.