Posts Tagged ‘digital’
Today, I’m proud to announce the release of Altimeter Group’s second report on Digital Transformation. This new report is aimed at executives and digital strategists to help them (you) further understand the state of digital transformation as you plan your next steps and investments.
In our initial report, “Digital Transformation: Why and How Companies are Investing in New Business Models to Lead Digital Customer Experiences (DCX),” we learned that digital transformation was as much about technology as it was about people. It was a much more human story, one that shared insights, advice and cautionary tales from those on the front lines.
User: Yo, sup?
User: Yo, you for real?
User: Yo, I’m out.
A new app that lets you send “yo” to friends is real and its initial $1 million investment is also real.
Merriam-Webster defines the word “yo” as an interjection used to grab someone’s attention.
Yo certainly has done just that by grabbing everyone’s attention.
Brian Solis is among the first analysts to study and define digital influence. Over the years, he’s made his work freely available. Recently, European-based marketing software company Augure asked Brian to comment on the future of Influence Marketing. The article was just published and it also featured the thoughts of well-known marketing experts including…
– Kevin Dugan, Director of Content, Empower MediaMarketing
– Arik Hanson, principal, ACH Communications
– Roxane Papagiannopoulos, President at RMP Media Analysis
– Frank Strong, Communications Director at LexisNexis
Sometime toward the end of last year, I spent some time with David Passiak (@Passiak), author of Red Bull to Buddha: Innovation and the Search for Wisdom. At the time, he was leading an ambitious project to connect over 20 innovators in the tech startup world and share their perspectives in one, free, book…Disruption Revolution: Innovation, entrepreneurship and the new rules of leadership.
My good friend Andy Beal just released his latest book, Repped, 30 Days to a Better Online Reputation. Late last year, he asked me to write the foreword for the book and when I heard what it was about, I was all in.
I think I’m getting tired…
My connectedness is slowly seizing my quiet moments.
My sanctuary of enjoying my thoughts alone is now threatened.
The moments of watching life pass by as I take pause are now replaced by the need to plug in and socialize without truly socializing.
I swipe, pinch and zoom, and scroll as if I’ve become a digital conductor of sorts.
I’m looking forward to seeing you at next week’s Pivot Conference in New York. We published our formal agenda here. Our friends at doodle.ly though, decided to re-imagine the concept of what an agenda could be by visualizing portions of it as doodles! I hope you love them as much as I do…
Click here to see the original gallery.
More about our speakers here.
Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to present in London at a special Adobe event to celebrate the launch of What’s the Future of Business: Changing the way businesses create experiences. Immediately following the presentation, I joined Adobe’s Jeremy Waite to shoot an episode of Marketing Minute.
Guest post by Andrea Vascellari. You can follow him on Twitter @vascellari and visit his website at www.andreavascellari.com.
Today we still see a large number of organizations that keep struggling to align social media and new emerging communication technologies with the overall firm strategy.
Organizations should adapt, look in the mirror and recognize that they need to change because the world has changed. They should embrace new strategic frameworks to avoid getting caught up in the digital hype that hit them every day with new solutions and focus on what can actually help them achieve their business and communication objectives.
Companies at the leading edge of change are recognizing that Social isn’t the catalyst for transformation, it is a shift in human behavior that changes everything. Social and its partner in change, mobile, can’t be limited to particular campaigns or even to specific departments. This revolution impacts employees and customers and all parts of the enterprise. There are no boundaries now; everything is integrated.
Brian Solis is a digital analyst, anthropologist, and also a futurist. In his work at Altimeter Group, Solis studies the effects of disruptive technology on business and society. More so, he humanizes technology’s causal effect to help people see people differently and understand what to do about it. He is an award-winning author and avid keynote speaker who is globally recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders in digital transformation and innovation.
Brian has authored several best-selling books including
What’s the Future of Business (WTF),
The End of Business as Usual.
His blog, BrianSolis.com, is ranked as a leading resource for insights into the future of business, new technology and marketing.