As-as-Service model is now popular, helped by the raise of cloud services. Let’s try to list everthing that you can get based on a subscription.
Tech giants are disrupting more and more parts of the economy, including some highly regulated sectors such as the health sector.
Milestones have the unfortunate tendency to be written in stone. If you want to be agile, running a project full of hard dates may be counterproductive.
Google is accused by the US Department of Justice and Amazon by the European Commission of protecting their monopolies. Apple and Facebook are also in questions. Let’s play the GAFA monopoly.
Businesses of all sizes have to increase they online sales with people not being able anymore to go into physical stores.
Covid-19 has accelerate the adoption of remote working as a pace that is unprecedented.
When you have to run agile at scale, interdependencies between squads could slow down the pace. The solution is independence.
Gangsters have code of ethics. Now that software and AI are replacing some human decisions, we need to reinforce ethics in our digital projects.
Lots of companies want to be agile but it is quite usual to misuse the concept of Minimum Viable Product.
Interim managers are asked to solve a crisis, to implement a change in the organization or to manage a transition. Do they have superpowers?
Application Programming Interface (API) sounds a bit technical but they must be part of a regular discussion with your business leaders.
Fake news and polarization of the society are some consequences of technologies social network are using as explained in the social dilemma, a Netflix documentary.
The image is speaking for itself: Tim Cook in front of huge 5G characters in an empty auditorium due to COVID-19. The keynote was transformed into a 1-hour long TV-ad.
HBO serie The Wire first broadcasted in 2002 shows the digital transformation that we lived. What will be next? How will this end?