A panel of executives and thought leaders offer insights into how digital technologies are transforming businesses.
If companies are going to get real transformation from technology, it takes both management skills and technology chops. Who better to talk about this than a CEO and a CIO?
MIT Sloan Management Review brought together Kim Stevenson, Intel’s chief information officer, and Mark Norman, the president of Zipcar, now part of Avis, along with Andy McAfee of MIT’s Center for Digital Business and Didier Bonnet, who runs Capgemini Consulting’s digital transformation practice.
The hype might make it feel like mobile, social media, analytics and embedded sensors and cloud computing are now well established. In fact, “We’re only at the very, very beginning of this next generation of computing, and I think that every industry leader will be the ones that transform first,” said Kim Stevenson of Intel.
All these new technologies create an overwhelming amount of choices for business leaders. “There’s this dizzying array of stuff we could possibly do with technology,” said Andy McAfee.
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