Much has been written about current middle management roles becoming increasingly irrelevant,ANZ's Digital Chief Maile Carnegie a few months ago famously referring to the 'frozen middle' who "have graduated from doing to managing and basically bossing other people around and shuffling Powerpoints", who also "resist change like death." Carnegie highlighting the importance of distributed leadership and del
Digital is all the buzz today. You need to have a mobile app, be agile, invest in startups, move to Office360 & Yammer, do sprints, have scrum masters, use AI, build IoT, add BlockChain, ... BUT the dirty little secret of the innovators is that you will not be one. You might actually be putting lipstick on a pig!
Our technology and devices are becoming increasingly interconnected, creating the Internet of Things (IoT), but our interaction is no longer device bound it involves a substantial amount of voice interaction, which has created what Google refers to as the 'ambient internet'.
Our partners IQPC and TEX have conducted an interview around the ambient internet and the future of technology with Google's Director of Strategy and Operations, Craig Fenton.
Our Top Tips and Takeaways from this interview:
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times
Digital Transformation is everywhere and can become a bit of a minefield of jargon and terminology, from AI to Analytics, and IoT to Ransomware, technical terminology can be confusing and as a business transformation leader, you need to understand the potential technology can provide for your organisation.
If you find yourself in over your head confusing your RPA with your BPM, our partner IQPC have provided a glossary of technology-focused terms to help organisations understand their opportunities and the terms that are trending amongst digital transformation.
It’s another milestone in the race to artificial superintelligence:
A study conducted by legal AI platform LawGeex in consultation with law professors from Stanford University, Duke University School of Law, and the University of Southern California, pitted twenty experienced lawyers against an AI trained to evaluate legal contracts. Their 40-page report details how AI has overtaken top lawyers in accurately spotting risks in everyday business contracts.
Part 4 — What do we want?
Part 3 — Who to trust?
Part 2 — Who is accountable?
Part 1 — Who is control?