Auch wenn unser Fokus in vielen Beiträgen dieser Tage auf den vorbereitenden Diskussionen zum Enterprise Digital SUMMIT in Paris liegt, möchten wir es nicht missen, einen ersten Ausblick auf den IOM SUMMIT im September zu geben. Klassischerweise stehen beim IOM SUMMIT weniger die großen strategischen “Umbruchthemen” – als wie die konkreten Gestaltungsfragen der innerbetrieblichen Informations- und Wissensprozesse im […]
Only one week to go until the start of Enterprise Digital SUMMIT 2016 in Paris. We are very much looking forward to this year’s edition with a lot of exciting speakers and new discussions on the future of the organization in the digital age. We are also very grateful for being supported again by a […]
As I missed out on publishing an “essential reading” post last week and as we are heading towards our final preparations for the Enterprise Digital SUMMIT / Paris I have put together some important links to post that I have been reading and thinking about in the pondering about the “operating model” for the digital […]
As written before – the keynote sessions of this year’s Enterprise Digital SUMMIT are focussing very much on the essential shifts for the understanding of the operating models for the enterprise in the digital age. While we have already discussed the various new technology developments and currents like AI or messaging platforms that are impacting the […]
The recent results of Lecko’s research as well as Jane McConnell’s research on the “Organization in the Digital Age” postulate once more the “customer facing processes” as key driver for the digital transformation. David Edelman of McKinsey published an article in July last year on “how digital marketing operations can transform business“. In this article he and his co-author Jason […]
As part of this year’s “Future Day” at Enterprise Digital SUMMIT we have invited Michel Ezran of Lecko to give us again a review on the key findings from Lecko’s research on the state of the ESN establishment within large companies. Michel Ezran is the Director of E2.0 Consulting at Lecko, a leading consulting firm in France. […]
This week we are publishing the “essential reading” post a little bit earlier – also I am having quiet a twist on a purely one-technology coverage. The talk is about SharePoint and last week’s discussion around the version 2016 launch event.
Yesterday I wrote about the technological advancements and new concepts that might disrupt and revolutionize the “digital workplace” concept. While this pondering was purely lead by the new technological “vibes” like the “messaging-as-a-platform” idea, the discussions about cognitive enhancements as well as the concept of the conversational UX, in today’s post I would like to point to Jane McConnell’s research […]
As published before this year’s Enterprise Digital SUMMIT puts the idea of the platform as future blueprint for the business, operational and technological model of the digital way of organizing the enterprise at the center of the keynote discussions. For this we have invited Haydn Shaughnessy as opening keynote speaker to the future day of the conference in Paris on June 1. In the preparation for the conference we have asked him some questions regarding his talk and his views on the platform ideas as new business as well as operating model for the enterprise.
After many discussions about the organizational challenges of the digital transformation of work and the enterprise my recent research and musings are very much focussed on the future concepts of the “digital collaboration & working platform”. As said before – we are living in some exciting times with the emergence of some new types of technology concepts that have the power to disrupt and revolutionize – once again or if not yet happened now finally – the technology stack of the digital workplace.