Following on from the quote about digital transformation from Russell Davies, here’s the Economist’s economics editor in his newspaper’s The World in 2015 supplement: Virtually every firm in every industry is being shaken up by the digital revolution. No chief executive can ignore the onslaught of mobile computing, big data, artificial intelligence and the like.…… Continue reading Digital transformation is universal
Russell Davies, of GOV.UK says in this blog post: Digital transformation of your organisation is inevitable. Your organisation will either become digital or be replaced. Via Neil Perkin.
Sometimes when I read or hear a useful insight, I remember to squirrel it away (on my Tumblr, and – via IFTTT – under quotes on Diigo). This one, from Ed Catmull’s superb book Creativity, Inc., has been in my head a lot recently. Our mental image of balance is somewhat distorted because we tend to…… Continue reading Balance is a dynamic activity
With the leaked and digital transformation there’s a lot of focus on the struggles of the newspaper business to remain competitive in the internet age. Buzzfeed, like all great digital businesses, rewards revisiting and close attention. It is evolving so quickly that it’s just lazy to have it mentally filed under “listicles & kitten photos” or “death…… Continue reading Buzzfeed the disruptor
An AdAge article from a few months ago has a couple of bits of advice from Dan Wieden – founder of the formidable creative ad agency Wieden+Kennedy – that make me feel a little brighter, a little bolder a little hungrier everytime I read them (like now at the beginning of a long busy day,…… Continue reading Dan Wieden quotes to cheer small agencies
There’s always something – usually many things – that I find interesting in a talk from Kevin Kelly. In this talk at LinuxCon he is in “thinking big” mode, placing the evolution of technology within the context of human history and the story of the whole planet – his model of the technium, seeing all…… Continue reading Believing in the impossible – Kevin Kelly talk