Insights and Inspiration on the ongoing Digital Transformation of Business & Culture. Today akom360 (leading german digital agency and member of Publicis Media) starts to recommend once a week a handpicked selection of articles to our readers here in our corporate blog. Let’s rock and change the world!
Digital Transformation: Weekly Mashup #1
2017 Predictions: Digital Transformation, CX Top The List
Every year, cmo.com asks its network of top marketers and mavens to forecast what the coming 12 months might look like
Digitale Transformation: Wie VW, Daimler und BMW zu digitalen Champions werden wollen (in german)
The article is about how well known car manufacturer like Volkswagen, Daimler and BMW
will want to become digital champions.
Customer Experience (CX) drives Digital Transformation
In the age of the customer, the next generation customer experience will be powered by artificial intelligence. When everyone and everything is connected to the Internet, companies must leverage information and digital technologies including cloud computing, mobile, social, Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to transform how they connect with customers in a whole new way.
Pick one of these and add them to your reading list for 2017: 10 Digital Transformation book recommendations for IT and business leaders.
The Hardest Lesson of Digital Transformation: Designing for Loss of Control. For the organizations that can fully tap into their stakeholders and inspire them to co-create the future together, nearly anything is possible.
When companies decide on wich technologies to pay attention to they often consult Gartner. Here is their view on Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and smart things to come.
Every employee should strive to devote at least 20% of their time to new knowledge and experiences every month. Doing so will lead to a rethinking of existing solutions, practices and results and will help drive innovative, entrepreneurial thinking.
In Digital Transformation, Culture Change Goes Hand in Hand with Tech Change.
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