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Digital Transformation – Part IX: Moving Beyond the Hazards of Human Bias

04/06/2018

By Rod Collins

In 2002, Daniel Kahneman was awarded the prestigious Nobel prize in economics. This extraordinary feat was even more impressive because Kahneman is a psychologist. Although he was recognized by the Economist in 2015 as the seventh most influential economist in the world, Kahneman holds no formal academic credentials in the field of economics. How does a psychologist so earn the respect of colleagues in a completely different field that, without any formal training in their field, he is embraced not just as one of their own but is considered one of their stars? The answer is rather simple: convincingly demonstrate that one of the prime assumptions of a discipline is completely wrong.

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Amazon, JPMorgan & Berkshire Hathaway Partnership

03/12/2018

By Niamh Lennox-Chhugani 

Amazon, JPMorgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway caused ructions in healthcare insurance markets recently following the announcement of their intention to work together to launch a not-for-profit health insurance company for their U.S. employees. Whilst concrete details of the collaboration have yet to be released, the markets illustrated their concerns at the entry of a new potentially powerful competitor with shares in CVS dropping 4%, United Health dropping 11% and Cigna dropping 7% following the announcement.

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Governance: Rules of the Road to Keep Your Organization on Course

03/12/2018

By Jesse Celso

Today, most organizations are faced with industries that are rapidly evolving. In order to adapt to increasing business demands they have numerous concurrent projects underway of varying complexity, while also struggling to keep up with day-to-day business operations. Sound familiar?

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Digital Transformation – Part VIII: The Shift from Workers to Gamers

03/12/2018

By Rod Collins

Whether we’re ready to acknowledge it or not, Digital Transformation—the fundamental socioeconomic architectural shift from top-down hierarchies to peer-to-peer networks—is dramatically disrupting all the rules for how the world works. At the heart of what many call digital disruption is this unsettling reality: most of our beliefs about how things work become rapidly obsolete once an institution is fully disrupted.

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State of the DAM

03/12/2018

By John Horodyski

Change is rumbling through the processes and technology in which we operate in business, elevating DAM along with it. Now it's not just digital asset management - it's a critical component of the content ecosystem.

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