Disruption, Innovation and Reinventing Business Mark Bramwell, CIO of Oxford's Said Business School, strives to bring users and IT closer together so they can learn from one another and create better business outcomes.
Disruption, Innovation and Reinventing Business A look at the work and vision of David Wilde, CIO of England's Essex County Council, who is a leader in public-sector IT innovation.
Disruption, Innovation and Reinventing Business Today's education system is preparing children for jobs that won't exist in the future. It's time to rethink our children's future.
Disruption, Innovation and Reinventing Business New medical advances mean that by the end of the century we could start seeing Humans who can live 500 years or more
Disruption, Innovation and Reinventing Business CIO’s are becoming increasingly entrepreneurial but few, if any CIO’s feel their suppliers are giving them the value they want or helping them increase their organisations competitive advantage. This article shares CIO's real life experiences and opinions and discusses how suppliers can become relevant again.
Disruption, Innovation and Reinventing Business The Internet of Things is beginning to take off and it presents organizations with both great opportunity and great dangers. In tomorrow's world even the most mundane appliances will be able to turn trillion-dollar industries on their heads.
Disruption, Innovation and Reinventing Business Apple has over $200 billion in cash and with over 200 emerging technologies to choose from they could have disrupted a myriad of industries - but didn't. We take a look at the industries they could have turned on their heads and the technology they could have used to achieve it.
Disruption, Innovation and Reinventing Business Just like their peers, the UK FTSE is having to digitally transform their organizations at pace, these are the most successful strategies.
Disruption, Innovation and Reinventing Business Digital disruption is tangible. As a CIO you can quantify it and react to protect your organization but a new technology has arrived and entrepreneurs are creating open source organizations that no longer need humans to function. Could this be the death of your job as you know it?