Shoppers without borders | Accenture Outlook

 

 

Found at Shoppers without borders | Accenture Outlook.

 

Responding to the needs of the world’s borderless shoppers can be challenging for traditional retailers. But by recognizing these consumers’ diversity, taking a multichannel approach to serving them and forging collaborative alliances, some are starting to offer a truly seamless global shopping experience

 

Read all at Shoppers without borders | Accenture Outlook.

 

My point of view: true but replace global shopping experience by personal shopping experience. Many of your customers are everywhere, anytime in any channel.

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Sanity check Accenture technology-vision-2012 & get ready for the forthcoming post-transition-era

High performing business leaders now accept that their organizations’ future success is tied to their ability to keep pace with technology. Today’s CIOs have a key role to play in helping these business leaders recognize and seize the opportunities enabled by new trends—but the price of progress will have to be paid, along with new risks assumed.

The annual Accenture Technology Vision offers CIOs unique insight on six emerging technology trends that will have the greatest impact —and their business implications for the C-suite. Read the Accenture Technology Vision 2012 for a view of what conversations will be most important over the next three to five years.

My point of view: minum sanity check, optimum use it as a survival kit. And yes, it is about data and content!

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Minding your digital business: McKinsey Global Survey – McKinsey Quarterly – Business Technology – Strategy

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Executives expect that new digital technologies will transform their businesses, but many admit their companies are far from prepared in developing capabilities and meeting challenges. A McKinsey Quarterly Business Technology article.

See on www.mckinseyquarterly.com

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Michele Marut’s Networking on the Introvert’s side of the Room

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These days, networking is essential. It’s how employers fill 70 percent of their job openings, and well-connected UX professionals earn higher incomes.

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Investing in Disruptive Technology to Compete for the Future | PandoDaily

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Disruptive technology is the bearer of tremendous opportunity and equally a harbinger of obsolescence. Technology’s impact on society and business is substantial, if not underestimated. 

Read all at Investing in Disruptive Technology to Compete for the Future | PandoDaily.

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