Digital Outliers

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Sinopse

BMCs Digital Outliers features conversations with some of our industrys brightest minds as they examine the many ways digital technology is transforming the modern workplace. While they discuss parameters for Go and No Go, they also provide prescriptive guide points for companies that want to be more successful in capitalizing on the value the digital workplace offers for greater growth.Is your organization working toward a digital workplace? Assess your progress and create a customized blueprint that help kickstart your journey to digital today: https://goo.gl/U8qVcF.

Episódios

  • Episode 11: The Anthropology of Digital Transformation

    Episode 11: The Anthropology of Digital Transformation

    11/01/2017 Duração: 24min

    In this episode, host Brian Solis interviews Stowe Boyd, a futurist and editor-in-chief at Work Futures, about how companies are missing the mark on digital transformation by thinking about it from an industrial approach instead of a humanities-based approach. In a wide-ranging discussion, Boyd shares his thoughts on the inherent bias in social media and how we have to do more than being aware to counteract it. He also shares how orgs can capitalize on the groundswell created by change agents, no matter where they sit in the organization, and move from an industrialization mindset into a future of work mindset.

  • Episode 10: The Nexus of Digital and Science Fiction

    Episode 10: The Nexus of Digital and Science Fiction

    28/12/2016 Duração: 23min

    In this episode, host Brian Solis interviews Brenda Cooper, CIO for the city of Kirkland, Washington, about the many ways her science fiction writing parallels and even influences the nature of the digital transformation of her home city. Cooper points out that notoriously slow-moving and bureaucratic cities, must open themselves to a fast-arriving future filled with smart technologies, and balance it against the fear and personal data privacy issues that naturally go along with such change.

  • Episode 9: Cities as the Digital Hubs of the Future

    Episode 9: Cities as the Digital Hubs of the Future

    14/12/2016 Duração: 23min

    In this episode, host Brian Solis interviews Dr. Jonathan Reichental, CIO for the City of Palo Alto, about how the evolution of digital technology at the heart of Silicon Valley offers each of us a sneak preview into the coming transformation in urban areas everywhere. With roughly 3 million people migrating to cities every week and more than half the world’s population now congregated in these urban centers, these regions will be the first to host an array of digital technologies – smart cars, sensors, and more - that will fundamentally change every aspect of human life.

  • Episode 8: Consumer Habits  Workplace Technology

    Episode 8: Consumer Habits & Workplace Technology

    30/11/2016 Duração: 23min

    In this episode, host Brian Solis interviews Ben Arnold, Executive Director and industry analyst for The NPD Group, about the consumer habit of adopting technology outside the workplace, then either expecting that same technology to be made available internally or, increasingly, simply bringing it into the workplace with them. Arnold urges business leaders to pay close attention to consumer trends in digital technology and how to use these behaviors to build a workforce that plays to these strengths. He also talks about the emerging generation that expects instant engagement, and how companies can prepare for this friction. Is your organization working toward a digital workplace? Assess your progress and create a customized blueprint that help kickstart your journey to digital today: https://goo.gl/U8qVcF.

  • Episode 7: Why Businesses Must Reconsider Everything

    Episode 7: Why Businesses Must Reconsider Everything

    09/11/2016 Duração: 22min

    In this episode, host Brian Solis interviews David Rogers, faculty member at Columbia University, consultant, and author of ‘The Digital Transformation Playbook,’ about looking at digital transformation outside of a technology focus, and more of an organizational restructuring. Rogers explains how digital transformation is forcing modern enterprises to rethink virtually every aspect of their business, including how they incubate and integrate new ideas. And just as importantly, clearing the logjam of politics that might have been holding them back. Get ready for a no-holds barred conversation! Is your organization working toward a digital workplace? Assess your progress and create a customized blueprint that help kickstart your journey to digital today: https://goo.gl/U8qVcF.

  • Episode 6: Putting the Horse Back in Front of the Cart

    Episode 6: Putting the Horse Back in Front of the Cart

    25/10/2016 Duração: 22min

    In this episode, host Brian Solis interviews Alexandra Samuel, a technology futurist, researcher and author who has had a front row seat to the digital tsunami transforming consumer and business landscapes alike. Samuel founded Social Signal, one of the world’s first social media agencies and is the author of Work Smarter with Social Media, a series of practical books from Harvard Business Review Press. She has an infectious passion for the Internet’s potential as a tool for community-building and civic participation. Is your organization working toward a digital workplace? Assess your progress and create a customized blueprint that help kickstart your journey to digital today: https://goo.gl/U8qVcF.

  • Episode 5: Digital Transformation: It’s About People

    Episode 5: Digital Transformation: It’s About People

    12/10/2016 Duração: 24min

    In this episode, host Brian Solis interviews Steve Snyder, CIO for the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, about the paths he’s taken in transforming Boston’s convention center into one of the world’s most technologically sophisticated and capable exhibition and conference locations. Snyder details the importance of finding the right people and, just as important, creating an atmosphere where they are highly engaged, motivated, and invited to share and collaborate. They are also expected to take risks to build solutions that meet and exceed customer needs. Otherwise, says Snyder, his three conference centers are nothing more than “just big boxes.” Is your organization working toward a digital workplace? Assess your progress and create a customized blueprint that help kickstart your journey to digital today: https://goo.gl/U8qVcF.

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