There's a funny image circulating right now of a survey that asks, "Who led the digital transformation of your company? A) CEO B) CTO C) COVID-19." COVID-19 is circled. COVID-19 is accelerating… Open at source
5 min read · Mar 26th · Lessons from three companies that changed how they create value.
If you can’t answer the questions “Why are we here?” or “What unique value do we add for our customers?” then you are likely at best just staying in the game.
Komatsu initially launched construction machinery that utilizes GPS, digital mapping, sensors, and IoT connections to enable its customers to use Komatsu equipment more efficiently. The company has since gone further and opened up its Landlog platform and data that allows customers, competitors and other companies in the construction ecosystem to better coordinate their activities and improve total productivity across a construction project. These pre-Covid business model innovations have since allowed Komatsu to scale up new sources of revenue via managed services and automated platforms, and even accelerated the rollout of new offerings after Covid hit, despite the slump in construction activity.
4 min read · Aug 8th · We have an opportunity to apply AI and machine learning to propel the future and do good. That begins with diverse teams that reflect the full diversity and rich perspectives of our world.
One of the myths about digital transformation is that it’s all about harnessing technology. It’s not. To succeed, digital transformation inherently requires and relies on diversity.
People are the most important part of artificial intelligence; the fact is that humans create artificial intelligence. The diversity of people — the team of decision-makers in the creation of AI algorithms — must reflect the diversity of the general population.
From 2017 · We should all be automating our image compression.In 2017, image optimization should be automated. It's easy to forget, best practices change, and content that doesn't go through a build pipeline can…