The author – a "futurist" – takes us on a journey to the future of the world. What will technology, organizations, business etc. look like in the future and why? What has happened in the past that helps us understand what will happen? What are the trends now?
This is a book on IT Strategy with a difference: it discusses how technology is driving business change across industry! It discusses the key IT trends shaping the world around us. If you want to understand the impact of technology on business models, business ecosystems and the world we live in, this is an excellent book to spend some time with. The authors present an in-depth view of the new business world that is taking shape driven by ground breaking technological breakthroughs – collaborative software, cloud computing etc. are not just technologies, they are a means to create unprecedented business value. The challenge is to understand their potential and know where and how to leverage them. This book is a great place to start.
The author describes the five information and communications technology (ICT) revolutions that have taken place and charts the future course of IT.
This presentation a model to foster and assess innovation and the role a CIO can play in both.
This white paper provides insights into how corporations are responding to the key economic and technology megatrends reshaping the global marketplace.
For a CIO, it is imperative to understand what their CEO is thinking – the leader of the pack sets the vision, strategy and direction that her team must understand if they are to implement it. It is also critical to understand the subject matter behind that thought! This survey reveals that the focus of CEOs worldwide is on innovation and discusses the steps needed for successful innovation.
This research addresses the question: How technology will empower the customer? This first part explores the changes to come in how companies interact with their customers.
This research addresses the question: How technology will empower the customer? The first part explored the changes to come in how companies interact with their customers. This paper focuses on what types of workplace practices, information management and IT delivery structures will be needed to operate and secure the open enterprise and what all these developments hold in store for the respective roles of the information technology (IT) function and the chief information officer (CIO).
This paper discusses ways to integrate members of online communities into the new product development process.
This paper discusses the four problems that affect the use of IT for business innovation and ways for a CIO to overcome them.