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Links May 2018

Posted by in Artificial Intelligence, Enterprise, Health, Internet, Links, Mobility, Social networks, Society, Transformation

When it seemed like this monthly post would only have a couple of links, many interesting posts poped out in my Feedly and started sharing compulsively in the last days. Many things are happening in my life compulsively in lately. I anticipate a post about some news in the coming days. In the meantime, this is this month’s links summary: The Importance Of Having A Purpose In Digital Transformation And Innovation To be placed in the wall and to read it every day: Technology isn’t the answer. It’s an essential…read more

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Links November 2017

Posted by in Artificial Intelligence, Enterprise, Innovation, Links, Medicine, Privacy, Robotics, Transformation, Transportation

Large links harvest this month, both in number and in topics. More than the last ones. One of the largest, in fact. And I honestly have no clue on the reason. A good number of the links send us to texts worth a slow and deep reading. Some of these texts are worth an individual post with a deeper analysis, but I’m not sure to have the time to write them: These are the links: Your Company Doesn’t Need a Digital Strategy Technology doesn’t provide value to a business. It…read more

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Links May 2017

Posted by in Links, Social, Transformation

Still in mode fast reading low sharing as last month. This hectic new life leaves me almost no time to read deep enough as to focus on sharing. Just two links but wort reading. No need to comment from my side, I believe they are clear enough, they just need some time to read them slowly. La interacción como moneda de cambio My friend Lucas clear and sharp as usual: Si te gusta una publicación, interactúa con ella. Dale un me gusta, compártela, deja un comentario. Demuéstrale a la plataforma que quieres…read more

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Still working in a department?

Posted by in Enterprise, Transformation

Long time ago I started to think about not working at a department anymore. “Department” sounds like division, like isolated compartment, like “this is not in my job description”, like “not my business”, like organizations that place their internal political fights ahead of customers needs and interests and of market reality. “Department” sounds like slow decisions, like “don’t step in my garden”, like bureaucracy, like hierarchy, like privileges, like colliding objectives. Today’s organizations can not afford having departments. Organizations that want to survive until tomorrow need to be agile, to…read more

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Links August 2017

Posted by in Artificial Intelligence, Links, Robotics, Transformation

Despite the holidays and the long disconnection periods that I enjoyed this August, I found time to review my Feedly from time to time and find some interesting links to share. It makes me very happy to have shared this month a link that talks about things that I have seen myself inside a company to which I have a special links: The Era of Human Gene Editing Is Here—What Happens Next Is Critical Inteligencia artificial, robótica, edición genética… ¿estamos preparados para enfrentarnos a los desafíos que están llamando a…read more

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Links April 2017

Posted by in Social, Transformation

Hectic month this April that has has just ended. Lots of quick reading and possibly because of that (for the speed), just a couple of links shared. It’s incredible how your life can change with a “simple” job change. How your areas of interest change, how new sources emerge and, mainly, how the reading routines are altered. In my case, the latter is implying that I have to organize myself in a different way to be able to dedicate quality time and not just quick reading of headlines. While I reorganize, there goes the shared…read more

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Links week January 2nd, 2017

Posted by in Links, Transformation

A new year is starting and even though I’ve had more time to focus on my readings, I’ve just decided to share one of them. I believe it is a texts that deserves a few minutes of attentive reading as most of the ones from this website. I hope this type of texts is a foresight of the readings I am going to share along this new year. In the meantime, here you have the first link of the year: 5 tips for succeeding at digital transformation The point of…read more

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The present was yesterday

Posted by in Change, Photography, Society, Transformation

In 2005, just 11 years ago, when Pope John Paul II passed away, people that went to Vatican were looking to the place where the reason that brought them there was happening. Some of them, very few as we can see in the photo below, used their cell phones to take pictures that would hel them remember the moment. Eight years later, those who went to the same place to celebrate the nomination od Pope Francis, placed themselves in the sale position (facing the action) but, instead of looking directly into the…read more

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Peer-to-peer insurance

Posted by in Blockchain, Innovation, Insurance, social business, Transformation

Yesterday morning I started the day with a very interesting analysis about Teambrella, a peer-to-peer (P2P) insurance platform that completely removes the insurer from the game. I am reading a lot about innovation in insurance lately, sometimes related to what we are calling insurtech, sometimes “just” from the point of view of challenging the way we see the business and we face its needs thus opportunities. It is obvious that there are changes coming to a business where things always seem to move quite slowly, although this perception has probably not been fair. I did not know Teambrella. For…read more

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It is not “them” it is “you”

Posted by in Enterprise, Transformation

We have the funny habit of always looking for third-party responsibilities. I do not know if it is something cultural or universal, but the truth is that seeing someone like the president of Toyota publicly pronouncing the mea culpa is something that is quite unusual. We talk about what “companies” do, say or are … But what role do we play in that game? If the “companies” do not listen to customers, at 45 you are considered old, pay less salary if you are female, do not respect the rights of workers, ……read more

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