A CIO’s guide to the future of work | Dion Hinchcliffe

Today’s digital workplace is constantly inundated with new applications and devices, as tech investment also decentralizes. Top technology leaders are seeking an orderly path to improvement, yet the the way forward remains more turbulent than ever. Fortunately, there are perspectives that can help.

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How mobile is eating



This deck provides the information, insights and a framework you can use  to assess the impact of mobile technology. This no longer emergent  technology will have impact behind and before your company‘s firewall. Use the knowledge  to solve business problems, unearth new opportunies   and to drive innovation.

This deck is about how  the use of mobile by business. Reflect how to pursuit yourgoals regardless of whether it is inside or outside the firewall.

In an earlier post I wrote about the inertia of some managers for investing in knowledge management. This is also applicable to mobile.

In that post I made a reference to Kaplan and Norton’s Strategy Maps: Converting Intangible assets into tangible outcomes.

I include  one – at least for me – essential part of it:

None of these intangible assets has value that can be measured separately or independently.
The value of these intangible assets derives from their ability to help the organization implement its strategy…..

Intangible assets such as knowledge and technology seldom have a direct impact on financial outcome such as increased revenues, lowered costs and higher profits, Improvements in tangible assets affects financial outcomes through chains of cause-and-effect relationships.

I still agree completely with that statement.

You should utilize everything you can in the deck: adapt it, change it and make it your own.

As a   manager or professional act: create instead of react.

It is not limited to  technologists for creating , implementing and adapting a mobile strategy.

Check out your action points and start reflecting.

One flaw of the approach is that the approach of collaboration is limited at the enterprise level. Be aware of that.

But to mitigate that flaw, I will include some fine articles to create action on a professional or personal level.




There is no point in drawing a distinction between the future of technology and the future of mobile. They are the same. In other words, technology is now outgrowing the tech industry.

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Access over ownership: how the collaborative economy is changing mobi…

This presentation describes the phenomenon of the collaborative economy and how it is changing all parts of the mobility sector, including (p2p) carsharing, ri…Source: www.slideshare.net

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Experience design is shaping our future – O’Reilly Radar

Design aligns humans and technology, it aligns business and engineering, it aligns digital and physical, and it aligns business needs and user needs. Here at O’Reilly, we’re fascinated by…

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Local SDN Chapters Will Host the Screenings of SDGC14 Talks

The Service Design Global Conference 2014 offered a huge variety of insightful keynotes and workshops. Our local chapters are taking this chance to host local events to show and discuss the recordi…

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