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Successful Digital Transformation

Author : Marc Beijen
ISBN : 9789401807722
Genre : Education
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This book is, as indicated by the subtitle, intended in the first place for executives and managers. But actually its is essential reading for all who are faced with digital transformation. It offers a valuable reflection on knowledge developed and experience accumulated in daily practice, focusing on the approach to contemporary digital business challenges. Written in understandable language and with a powerful, logical structure, it has become a very accessible book that remains fascinating from beginning to end. It teaches you to understand topics that matter such as the need for digital transformation, the connection with business strategy and the essential differences in starting positions between organizations. What to do next is made concrete and practical by identifying five necessary digital breakthroughs and working them out into clear goals, which should be included in the change cycle as part of your digital strategy. The phase model presented includes three distinct steps - from product focus in the first phase to customer orientation in the second phase, followed by a third phase in which the customer is at the center. The book describes what is required to take these steps - the checklist that is included provides organizations with direction. This helps in setting up a strategy and developing an effective roadmap for organizations to transform. “The book 'Successful Digital Transformation' reads like a modern fairy tale. It's clever how the essence of the field of digital transformation is captured in barely 100 pages. But the theme has also been made very practical, the underlying topics (such as data management, enterprise architecture, change management) have been tied together and explained in a comprehensible way. I think the book fills a great need, because many books and articles on this topic are either full of buzzwords that are not further described, or lapse into academic jargon that is incomprehensible to the average reader. This book sits nicely between academia and practice, without falling into compromises.” – Frank Harmsen - Associate Professor of Digital Transformation, Maastricht University

Vortex Portable Mixer

Author : Peter Paker
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Genre : Cooking
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A vortex mixer, or vortexer, is a simple device used commonly in laboratories to mix small vials of liquid. It consists of an electric motor with the drive shaft oriented vertically and attached to a cupped rubber piece mounted slightly off-center. As the motor runs the rubber piece oscillates rapidly in a circular motion. When a test tube or other appropriate container is pressed into the rubber cup (or touched to its edge) the motion is transmitted to the liquid inside and a vortex is created. Most vortex mixers have variable speed settings and can be set to run continuously, or to run only when downward pressure is applied to the rubber piece. This ebook by Peter Paker will give a brief explanation on vortex mixer, for more information visit: http://alkalisci.com/lab-equipment/vortex-mixers.html

The Oxford Handbook Of Digital Technology And Society

Author : Professor of Digital Culture Simeon Yates
ISBN : 9780190932596
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Required reading for anyone interested in the profound relationship between digital technology and society Digital technology has become an undeniable facet of our social lives, defining our governments, communities, and personal identities. Yet with these technologies in ongoing evolution, it is difficult to gauge the full extent of their societal impact, leaving researchers and policy makers with the challenge of staying up-to-date on a field that is constantly in flux. The Oxford Handbook of Digital Technology and Society provides students, researchers, and practitioners across the technology and social science sectors with a comprehensive overview of the foundations for understanding the various relationships between digital technology and society. Combining robust computer-aided reviews of current literature from the UK Economic and Social Research Council's commissioned project "Ways of Being in a Digital Age" with newly commissioned chapters, this handbook illustrates the upcoming research questions and challenges facing the social sciences as they address the societal impacts of digital media and technologies across seven broad categories: citizenship and politics, communities and identities, communication and relationships, health and well-being, economy and sustainability, data and representation, and governance and security. Individual chapters feature important practical and ethical explorations into topics such as technology and the aging, digital literacies, work-home boundary, machines in the workforce, digital censorship and surveillance, big data governance and regulation, and technology in the public sector. The Oxford Handbook of Digital Technology and Society will equip readers with the necessary starting points and provocations in the field so that scholars and policy makers can effectively assess future research, practice, and policy.

The Digital Revolution

Author : Inder Sidhu
ISBN : 9780134291376
Genre : Business & Economics
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The massive transformations driven by digital technology have begun. The Digital Revolution gives you a complete roadmap for navigating the breathtaking changes happening now and shows you how to succeed. Silicon Valley executive, thought leader, and New York Times best-selling author Inder Sidhu shows how cloud computing, social media, mobility, sensors, apps, big data analytics, and more can be brought together in virtually infinite combinations to create opportunities and pose risks previously unimaginable. You’ll learn how digital pioneers are applying connected digital technologies, also known as the Internet of Everything, to dramatically improve financial performance, customer experience, and workforce engagement in fields ranging from healthcare to education, from retail to government. Sidhu combines the practical perspective of practitioners with the extensive experience of experts to show you how to win in the new digital age. He takes you behind the scenes, engaging with business leaders from Apple, Google, Facebook, Cisco, Intel, Amazon, Walmart, Starbucks, RSA, Kaiser, Cleveland Clinic, Intermountain Healthcare, and so on and with academic leaders from Stanford, Yale, Wharton, MIT, Coursera, Khan Academy, and more and reveals their winning strategies and execution tactics for your benefit. Sidhu also discusses the key challenges of privacy, security, regulation, and governance in depth and offers powerful insights on managing crucial ethical, social, cultural, legal, and economic issues that digitization creates. He shows what the digital revolution will mean for you, both personally and professionally--and how you can win. Learn how you can leverage the digital revolution to Deliver superior customer experiences Improve your organization’s financial performance Drive employee productivity, creativity, and engagement Build smart, efficient cities brimming with opportunity Make education more effective and relevant Achieve better health outcomes Make retail compelling, convenient, and profitable Balance privacy with security Protect yourself before, during, and after a cyberattack Accelerate your career and live a better life

Architects Of Change

Author : Jeremy Ghez
ISBN : 9783030206840
Genre : Business & Economics
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What is the difference between a fire fighter and an architect? One deals with crises as they arise while the other is capable of building something that can withstand all weathers. Using this analogy, Architects of Change provides you with the tools to grasp, leverage and harness the dynamics that shape tomorrow's markets. It encourages you to nurture an entrepreneurial mind-set to transform the way a business – or even an entire industry – operates. Tackling crucial topics related to geopolitics, creative destruction, fake news, resilience and creativity, this book gives you the tools to analyse your environment and future trends in order to reinvent the way you do business. It teaches you how to: · Identify actors of change · Conduct simulations about the future · Assess threats of political instability · Build a strategy for a profitable and sustainable firm amid ongoing uncertainty · Become an architect of change yourself. Containing original interviews with industry insiders, including a world-famous expert on brands and luxury, the former CEO of a major think tank, a thought leader from CISCO, the former chairman of the US National Intelligence Council, and a former chief political scientist of a large Asian bank, this book helps you to understand the type of imagination and creativity this business environment requires not only to survive, but thrive.

Die Neuordnung Des Journalismus

Author : Christopher Buschow
ISBN : 9783658188726
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Im Mittelpunkt des Bandes steht die zukünftige Organisation der Journalismusproduktion. Christopher Buschow untersucht Neugründungen und Start-ups, die mitunter innovativer und zukunftsorientierter arbeiten können als Presseverlage und ihre Redaktionen. Der Autor zeigt auf Grundlage empirischer Fallstudienforschung, was es bedeutet, in neugegründeten Medienorganisationen ‚Journalismus zu produzieren‘ und ‚Medien zu managen‘. Ziel des Bandes ist es, die Untersuchung von Entrepreneurship und Unternehmertum in den Medien als einen instruktiven Zugang zur derzeitigen Neuordnung des Journalismus zu profilieren.

Analytics Best Practices A Business Driven Playbook For Creating Value Through Data Analytics

Author : Prashanth H Southekal, PhD, MBA
ISBN : 9781634628297
Genre : Computers
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Deliver enterprise data analytics success by following Prashanth’s prescriptive and practical techniques. Today, organizations across the globe are looking at ways to glean insights from data analytics and make good business decisions. However, not many business enterprises are successful in data analytics. According to Gartner, 80% of analytics programs do not deliver business outcomes. Mckinsey consulting says, less than 20% of the companies have achieved analytics at scale. So, how can a business enterprise avoid analytics failure and deliver business results? This book provides ten key analytics best practices that will improve the odds of delivering enterprise data analytics solutions successfully. It is intended for anyone who has a stake and interest in deriving insights from data analytics. The three key differentiating aspects of this book are: · Practicality. This book offers prescriptive, superior, and practical guidance. · Completeness. This book looks at data analytics holistically across the four key data analytics domains - data management, data engineering, data science, and data visualization. · Neutrality. This book is technologically agnostic and looks at analytics concepts without any reference to commercial analytics products and technologies. Dr. Southekal proves why he is one of the leading thinkers on data and analytics today. ‘Analytics Best Practices’ is an indispensable guide for business leaders and those looking to get into the analytics field on the nuances, challenges, and immense opportunities with data. Douglas B. Laney Principal, Data & Analytics Strategy, Caserta, and author of “Infonomics” Dr. Southekal’s book is a treasure trove of best practices and practical examples from the field of Data Analytics. Upen Varanasi CEO & Co-Founder, Riversand Technologies What I like about this book is its focus on real-world best practices with an extensive set of practical tips and tricks. It provides an important bridge between the data management and business operations sides of a business. Michael Wade Professor of Innovation & Strategy, IMD Business School Prashanth’s book is accessible and practical – an excellent guide for corporate leaders who want to produce meaningful business results from the use of data and analytics to create true business value. Irina Pelphrey Senior Director, Walmart Corporation This book is a must on the desks of business executives and decision makers at all levels in an organization who want to truly understand what it takes to become a successful data driven organization. Ram Kumar Senior Vice President, Quantium Dr. Prashanth Southekal has created a practical guidebook for realizing business value from data and analytics investments. Highly recommended. Randy Bean Founder & CEO, NewVantage Partners Prashanth’s second book starts with the right title – it is always about BUSINESS VALUE. The practices explored here will help anyone interested to achieve these goals. Mario Faria Gartner Research Board The Analytics Best Practices book is one of the most comprehensive and well-researched books I have come across on data analytics. Ameet Shetty Former Chief Data and Analytics Officer, McDonald's Corporation I would encourage all professionals to read this easy to navigate, thoughtful and pragmatic book as it is relevant to all of us seeking to maximize the ROI for our organizations. Lisa M. Wardlaw Former EVP, Global Chief Digital Strategy Officer, MunichRe Deriving actionable insights from data requires that linkage to be clear between art and science and this book does just that. Chris Leonard, Director, Digital Strategy & Transformation, Plains Midstream Prashanth’s book simplifies the complex world of data analytics, and one to understand the drivers of bringing valued results to an organization. Matthew Joyce Senior Solution Architect, SAS-Institute

The Evolution Of Strategic Management Challenges In Theory And Business Practice

Author : Tomasz Kafel
ISBN : 9788395900600
Genre : Business & Economics
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Purpose: Strategic management has been developing in business theory and practice for over 50 years. Presently, it constitutes the main area of research interest in management science. The contemporary conditions of business operations create new challenges for strategic management, such as the use of dynamic capabilities in strategy building, relational strategies, networking of organizations, technology development and automation of processes, and global strategies. These challenges are often referred to as neostrategic management. The purpose of this publication is to present the findings of research concerning new strategic management concepts and challenges. Methodology: The main research method of this article was a narrative literature review. On the basis of the research, the development of the concepts as well as contemporary trends and challenges of strategic management were characterized. There is also a synthesis of the problems and research results presented in the articles in this special issue of JEMI. Findings: Various schools and approaches to strategy formulation have been created. They indicate different factors that allow for success in strategic management such as: setting long-term goals, selection of programs and their execution plans (planning school); connection of the enterprise with the environment (evolutionary school); focusing attention on competitive advantage and achieved performance (position-based school); focus on one’s own resources and competences (resource school); use of opportunities and creating innovation (simple rules school); selection of the best option and orientation in business management (real options school); or eclectic perspectives, integrating the listed approaches. The strategic management concept has two dimensions. The first dimension is related to the emergence of subsequent, new strategic management concepts, which often hark back to the previous schools and approaches. The second dimension of development applies to operationalization and adjustment of the previous concepts to the changing conditions. Implications for theory and practice: The paper characterizes the research results presented in the articles included in this JEMI issue. They deal with various problems and challenges in the field of strategic management, such as the relationship between market dynamics, market orientation and performance of enterprises; the innovativeness of companies as a contemporary strategic orientation of companies; the strategy implementation and the management of the organization change; problems of strategic management of the development of the city. Originality and value: The problems presented in the study relate to challenges and new concepts in strategic management. They enrich the existing knowledge on the development of strategic management, and also create inspiration for further research in this area. Keywords: evolution of the strategic management concept, neostrategic management, strategy implementation success, market dynamism, strategic management of cities, innovation strategy. Table of Contents Dynamics of the evolution of the strategic management concept: From the planning school to the neostrategic approach 7 Tomasz Kafel, Bernard Ziębicki The impact of market orientation on the performance of MSMEs operating in technology parks: The role of market dynamism 29 Anna Wójcik-Karpacz, Jarosław Karpacz, Joanna Rudawska Innovative activity of Polish enterprises – a strategic aspect. The similarity of NACE divisions 53 Edyta Bielińska-Dusza, Monika Hamerska The strategy implementation process as perceived by different hierarchical levels: The experience of large Croatian enterprises 99 Valentina Ivančić, Lara Jelenc, Ivan Mencer Is dominant logic a value or a liability? – On the explorative turn in the German power utility industry 125 Ekaterina Brandtner, Jörg Freiling City policies to promote entrepreneurship: A cross-country comparison of Poland and Germany 159 Jan Fazlagić, Aleksandra Sulczewska-Remi, Windham Loopesko

Enterprise Digitization Patterns

Author : Srikanth Narasimhan, Jagadish Chundury
ISBN : 9781948473910
Genre : Business & Economics
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Digitization and Artificial Intelligence are at the center of every board room conversation these days. Most CEOs, senior management and boards are less worried about their traditional competitors. The impact of disruption through digitization is real and quantifiable – 52% of Fortune 500 companies have been replaced since 2000. The task of enabling new digital business models gets exponentially harder as the complexity of systems are greater. Most CIOs, CTOs are struggling with when to start, what to do, and how to meet the expectations of their CEOs and Boards. Design patterns help narrow this gap by documenting a well-working solution to a problem that occurs repeatedly in a given context. “Enterprise Digitization Patterns” breaks down digital disruption enablers and delivers a cookbook across three key pillars – Digital Experience, Enterprise IoT and Autonomous Systems. The book provides reference architectures, design patterns, maturity models and practical case studies to drive new forms of customer value, business outcomes and business models. The design patterns are distinct or relevant to modern-day enterprise digital platforms that enables enterprise digital business models.

Vortex Tube Machinery

Author : Mark Luther
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Genre : Science
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The vortex tube lives up to expectations by constraining compacted air directly into a council of era. The air turns the cam to a high rate of velocity by virtue of radial energy.A vortex tube is a gadget that differentiates compacted air into hot and icy momentums. The unit doesn't have moving parts, and gives a capable detachment and estimation of hot and chilly air for modern employments. This book by Mark Luther will give a brief explanation on tube vortexer, For more information , visit: http://alkalisci.com/lab-equipment/vortex-mixers.html

The Palgrave Handbook Of Managing Continuous Business Transformation

Author : Horst Ellermann
ISBN : 9781137602282
Genre : Business & Economics
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This handbook provides a comprehensive and unparalleled reference point for studying continuous business transformation. Asserting that change will be the new normal and highlighting the fact that business transformation can never be complete, this important resource is a tool for coping with ongoing change in order to become and stay resilient, the predominant concern of executives across industries. Containing case study material to illustrate issues and solutions, The Palgrave Handbook of Managing Continuous Business Transformation takes an interdisciplinary approach weaving together strategic concepts with real-life experiences, connecting human resource issues with shifts in information technology and linking customers with the businesses from which they buy. Structured into four parts; transformational shifts, achieving customer centricity, dealing with new technology and leading the change, this handbook is crucial reading for academics, scholars and practitioners of business transformation.

Competitive Drivers For Improving Future Business Performance

Author : Martins, Carlos
ISBN : 9781799818458
Genre : Business & Economics
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The globalized economy, dominated by the diffusion of innovation and social, political, and economic changes, allows people and knowledge to flow without knowing what lies ahead. As new economies emerge and technologies impose significant changes, the internationalization of markets and industries has made defining its delimitation more difficult. Competitive Drivers for Improving Future Business Performance is a conceptualized reference source that discusses the use of digital skills to manage change in volatile contexts and provides fundamental understanding of competitive advantage to guarantee superior performances. To assure this level of performance, a set of choices (drivers) must be created ensuring operational efficiency, innovative products, customer knowledge-base, and focused branding. Featuring research on topics such as consumer experience, strategic leadership, and flexible technologies, this book is ideally designed for managers, executives, entrepreneurs, academicians, consulting professionals, researchers, industry professionals, and students seeking coverage on how to improve competitive performance in an era of uncertainty.

International Management Behavior

Author : Henry W. Lane
ISBN : 9781108696982
Genre : Business & Economics
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Now in its eighth edition, this is the textbook for current and future global leaders wanting to lead competently and sustainably in their business practices. Fully updated, the authors build on their forty years of teaching, researching and working with managers worldwide to bring students the latest developments in global business practice. Now including end-of-chapter reflection questions to guide topic comprehension, and directed further resources to assist individual research, this edition also sees the return of Ivey Business School and IMD cases in the book. This edition also includes a new conception of mindful global leadership as the integrating framework for execution of global strategy, highlighting the importance of a holistic approach to working across cultures and distance. Combining a wealth of theoretical knowledge with real-world examples from diverse cultures, countries and industry sectors, the practical guidance and well-chosen examples throughout the book bring key concepts to life.

Digital Business Models

Author : Adam Jabłoński
ISBN : 9781000193657
Genre : Business & Economics
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By presenting the conditions, methods and techniques of monetisation of business models in the digital economy, this book combines implementation of the theoretical aspects of monetisation with the presentation of practical business solutions in this field. The scope of the book includes the relationship between the monetisation and scalability degree of business models. The book describes the place and role of the digital business ecosystem in the process of digital transformation. It demonstrates ideological and functional conditions for the use of the concept of sharing to design innovative business models while also presenting a multi-dimensional approach to the use of Big Data and their monetisation in the context of business models. Digital Business Models shows the place and role of ecological and social factors in building digital business models that are part of the concept of the circular economy and presents the contemporary conditions of a sustainability concept that meets the ethical challenges of doing digital business. It demonstrates how important the social factors of business model design and the creation of social value are in modern business and demonstrates. The book explores the servitisation of digital business models using digital technologies and features case studies on the effective solutions of business models that use servitisation as a factor supporting the monetisation of business models. Written for scholars exploring the efficiency and effectiveness of business models related to contemporary concepts – Sharing Economy, Circular Economy, Network Economy, Big Data, so on – and those designing business models taking into account social aspects, it will also be of direct interest to entrepreneurship courses.

Global Marketing Strategy

Author : Bodo B. Schlegelmilch
ISBN : 9783030906658
Genre : Electronic books
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This book has been written for experienced managers and students in postgraduate programs, such as MBA or specialized masters programs. In a systematic yet concise manner, it addresses all major issues companies face when conducting business across national and cultural boundaries, including assessing and selecting the most promising overseas markets, evaluating market entry alternatives, and examining the forces that drive adaptation versus standardization of the marketing mix. It looks at the various global marketing challenges from a strategic perspective and also addresses topics not usually found in international marketing texts, such as aligning marketing strategies with global organizational structures and managing the relationship between national subsidiaries, regional headquarters, and global headquarters, as well as corporate social responsibility challenges and pertinent future trends that are likely to affect global business.

Tax Sovereignty And The Law In The Digital And Global Economy

Author : Francesco Farri
ISBN : 9781000217483
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book discusses which is the most appropriate tax dimension to best manage the new horizons of the global and digital economy. In this perspective, the efficiency of the main models is examined and two fundamental proposals are put forth: the first one aims at a coordination of the Destination-Based approach with the role of some specific digital assets, such as user data; the second one is a framework for a possible futuristic tax phenomenon all internal to the world of the internet and not linked to traditional territorial States. The compliance of these models with the constitutional principles that western democratic systems have affirmed over time in matters of taxation is then analyzed with particular regard to legal certainty, consent to taxation and to the re-distributive function of taxes. A specific evaluation of the role of the European Union is carried out and the jurisprudence on financial interests of the Union and on State aids is analyzed and tackled in light of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union and of the tax sovereignty of member States. The conclusion is that the model of the organization with a general political purpose, from which modern States take their inspiration, appears unfailing for a tax project that would focus on the good and the growth of the person and of the social aggregations in which everyone lives. A model that therefore deserves to be safeguarded, although with new methods and instruments, starting from a Destination-Based Asset-Coordinated approach, in the Third Millennium. The book will be of interest to researchers and academics in international tax law, constitutional law and in political science.

Fashion Music

Author : Jochen Strähle
ISBN : 9789811056376
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book will broaden readers’ understanding of the links between the music and fashion industries. It highlights the challenges currently facing the fashion industry in terms of hyper-competition, definition of ever-faster trends, changing consumer demands etc. In fact, the fashion industry is heavily influenced by the digital revolution in the music industry, which has changed the face of individual music consumption and social reference, and therefore, also has impacts on fashion consumption and social reference. This understanding is crucial in order to realign any fashion company’s strategies to the demands of modern fashion consumers. In terms of content, the book first discusses the social perspective of fashion and music. This includes an analysis of music as a key influencer of fashion trends, both theoretically and on the basis of a case study on grunge music. Then the role of music in the fashion business is addressed, and covers in-store music and the role of music in fashion communication. Following up, the role of fashion in the music business is analyzed. This includes the trend of co-design of fashion collections, music artists’ role of differentiation by style, and the market for music fashion merchandise articles (both theoretically and drawing on a case study). In closing, potential lessons learned from the music industry are developed for the fashion industry. This includes an analysis of the digital revolution and the advent of the crowdfunding idea (both theoretically and in a case study).

Open Strategy

Author : Christian Stadler
ISBN : 9780262366816
Genre : Business & Economics
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How smart companies are opening up strategic initiatives to involve front-line employees, experts, suppliers, customers, entrepreneurs, and even competitors. Why are some of the world’s most successful companies able to stay ahead of disruption, adopting and implementing innovative strategies, while others struggle? It’s not because they hire a new CEO or expensive consultants but rather because these pioneering companies have adopted a new way of strategizing. Instead of keeping strategic deliberations within the C-Suite, they open up strategic initiatives to a diverse group of stakeholders—front-line employees, experts, suppliers, customers, entrepreneurs, and even competitors. Open Strategy presents a new philosophy, key tools, step-by-step advice, and fascinating case studies—from companies that range from Barclays to Adidas—to guide business leaders in this groundbreaking approach to strategy. The authors—business-strategy experts from both academia and management consulting—introduce tools for each of the three stages of strategy-making: idea generation, plan formulation, and implementation. These are digital tools (including strategy contests), which allow the widest participation; hybrid digital/in-person tools (including a “nightmare competitor challenge”); a workshop tool that gamifies the business model development process; and tools that help companies implement and sustain open strategy efforts. Open strategy has an astonishing track record: a survey of 200 business leaders shows that although open-strategy techniques were deployed for only 30 percent of their initiatives, those same initiatives generated 50 percent of their revenues and profits. This book offers a roadmap for this kind of success.

Media Ethics And Global Justice In The Digital Age

Author : Clifford G. Christians
ISBN : 9781107152144
Genre : Business & Economics
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Presents a new theory of media ethics that is explicitly international.

Internet Of Things Smart Spaces And Next Generation Networks And Systems

Author : Yevgeni Koucheryavy
ISBN : 9783030977771
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the joint refereed proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Next Generation Teletraffic and Wired/Wireless Advanced Networks and Systems, NEW2AN 2021, and the 14th Conference on Internet of Things and Smart Spaces, ruSMART 2021. The conference was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 41 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 118 submissions.

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