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There is a saying that goes “If you’re early you’re on time, if you’re on time you’re late, and if you’re late you may as well not show up at all.” This has never rung more true for today’s enterprise leaders. Being future-ready and embracing disruptive technologies are critical to staying on top.
In this episode of Business Disrupted, we speak with three digital transformation experts who reveal how companies should approach their technology strategy, culture and talent pool to ensure they’re ahead of the curve.
- Ray Wang, CEO of Constellation Research (@rwang0)
- Jonathan Reichental, CIO of Palo Alto (@Reichental)
- Mary Beth Westmoreland, CTO at Blackbaud (@blackbaud)
Don’t miss these discussion topics:
|2:28||How critical are the next 3 years for CIOs?|
|4:18||Envisioning the digital workplace of the future|
|5:50||Key business shifts taking place now|
|8:44||The most important technologies driving digital transformation|
|9:39||Advice for IT leaders responsible for driving digital transformation|
|12:44||Technologies to be bullish on|
|16:35||Being a first mover vs. fast follower|
|17:20||When to adopt new enterprise technologies|
|19:05||Cannibalizing your own product|
|21:17||Companies to look to for ideas|
|24:19||Outlook for the future of business transformation|
Books and events recommended in this episode:
- EYEO Festival (Ray Wang)
- “The Open Organization” by Jim Whitehurst (Mary Beth Westmoreland)
- “The Inevitable” by Kevin Kelly (Jonathan Reichental)
- “The Third Wave” by Steve Case (Jonathan Reichental)