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What’s happening this week at the intersection of management and technology: Smart machines need a code of ethics; hackers don’t deter blockchain adoptions; digitized goal-setting.
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Enhancing operations with drone technology; corporate universities in the digital era; distributed machine learning at Facebook.
A better strategy for managing digital disruption; enhancing product development with micro-factories; the untapped potential of supply chain digitization.
Steve Case on how today’s industry leaders can beat tomorrow’s Ubers; why managing robots won’t be a cake walk; capturing the potential of intranet-powered knowledge management.
Is AlphaGo the supersized model of your future machine management assistant? What to consider when you’re in the market to enhance your company’s digital capabilities. And if you are looking for a way to enhance the value of transparency, try videotaping – and maybe even broadcasting – your executive meetings.
If you really want to create value, forget about burning platforms and start building them. A platform, explain professors Geoffrey Parker and Marshall Van Alstyne, and Sangeet Choudary, founder and CEO of Platform Thinking Labs, in Platform Revolution: How Networked Markets are Transforming the Economy and How to Make Them Work for You, is a “business model that uses technology to connect people, organizations, and resources in an interactive ecosystem.”
In a new report, International Data Corp. forecasts a near doubling of the robotics market over the next 4 years. Meanwhile, President Obama sent The Annual Report of the Council of Economic Advisors to Congress which says that advances in robotics technology are “presaging the rise of a potentially paradigm-shifting innovation in the productivity process.” So how should companies use robotics between now and then? One answer: Hire robots for supporting, rather than primary, roles.
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