Monthly Archives: October 2017

Forget Processes, Think Decisions

Peter K.J. Kalmijn from Atos, Netherlands just published an article with this title. “Most organizations still run multiple rigid variations of their core processes. Even ‘dynamic processes’ are predominantly overly complex with multiple paths and complicated routing. This makes them … Continue reading

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Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2018

This Gartner’s article describes 10 Technology Trends for 2018:

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Bitcoin just passed $5,000

“This morning bitcoin shot past $5,000, and is now hovering around $5,300 — up nearly 10 percent from yesterday. Ironically, this morning on the company’s earnings call, JP Morgan’s CEO Jamie Dimon said he’s “not going to talk about bitcoin … Continue reading

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On the Road to Self-Sovereign Identity

In the upcoming world of self-sovereign identity every person, organization, or thing will have its own truly-independent digital identity that no other person, company, or government can take away.  Consider this scenario: “Let’s say ‘Sam’ is applying for a car loan … Continue reading

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Seven Reasons to Model Your Business Decisions

Jan Purchase just published an article “Decision Modeling: The Bottom Line“. In particular, he writes: “Decision Models are not just about requirements. The precision of the decision logic view means that decision models can be directly executed. Therefore they can be tested … Continue reading

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The Seven Deadly Sins of AI Predictions

On Oct. 6 Rodney Brooks published a paper with this title in the MIT Technology Review. He writes: “A lot of AI researchers and pundits imagine that the world is already digital, and that simply introducing new AI systems will immediately trickle … Continue reading

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Five Guiding Principles for a Digital Transformation

Despite more than 20 years of business digitization history, only 28% of established companies have successfully digitized. Jeanne Ross from MIT Sloan suggested five guiding principles to get started on a real digital transformation: Don’t hand off responsibility for your digital transformation to … Continue reading

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