Applying Theory to Practice in IT To accelerate their digital transformation efforts, enterprises should focus on small, fast-moving teams, ecosystem participation and machine intelligence.
Applying Theory to Practice in IT Newer machine learning techniques coupled with better programming techniques and more data-driven skills should make a difference, and so should better tools to directly connect outcomes to the core models.
Applying Theory to Practice in IT The key is to leverage software to create new relationships between suppliers and consumers, not to necessarily become the next giant platform on the scale of Facebook or Android.
Applying Theory to Practice in IT Platform businesses are all the rage—but trying to become a platform isn’t the only path to business success in today’s digital world.
Applying Theory to Practice in IT Much of the focus around machine intelligence is on human-computer interaction – but many of the most transformative use cases may involve "invisible" manifestations that involve few, if any, people.
Applying Theory to Practice in IT We’re entering the first years in which virtually any enterprise that wants to harness machine intelligence will be able to. But how can enterprises know when they should develop in-house specialties in machine intelligence versus when they should leverage third-party resources?
Applying Theory to Practice in IT Machine intelligence is on the verge of being democratized. Business leaders should stop thinking of machine intelligence in theoretical terms and start thinking of it as a force ready to be embedded in countless aspects of daily life.
Applying Theory to Practice in IT Digital ecosystem strategies allow companies to leverage their strengths, mitigate their weaknesses, and pursue network effects – but to make these strategies work, enterprises must embrace a simple mantra: "Don't do it alone!"
Applying Theory to Practice in IT Enterprise leaders are embracing the cloud but remain concerned about hybrid cloud performance and security--two challenges that can be managed more easily than many realize.
Applying Theory to Practice in IT Microservices can deliver tremendous speed and agility—but getting there requires cultural and organizational transformation in addition to new technology.