All rights reserved. About this book How-to guidance for optimizing incumbent technologies to deliver a better product and gain competitive advantage Their zip codes are far from Silicon Valley. Contrasts the productivity that Apple, Google and others have demonstrated in the last decade to that of the average enterprise technology group Reveals how to leverage what companies have learned from Google, Apple, Amazon.
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There is nothing inevitable about democracy. T he biggest and most frightening impact of the AI revolution might be on the relative efficiency of democracies and dictatorships. It is undoubtable, however, that the technological revolutions now gathering momentum will in the next few decades confront humankind with the hardest trials it has yet encountered. By: Vinnie Mirchandani. My product engineering group? Old Password. If they play an exceptionally creative move, the judges will often suspect that it could not possibly be a human move—it must be a computer move.
Vinnie Mirchandani, who goes by the moniker of "Deal Architect," coaches enterprises on how to exploit disruptive technology trends. His firm has been recognized in The Black Book of Outsourcing as a top advisory boutique. He is also a prolific blogger, writing about technology-enabled innovation on his "New Florence, New Renaissance" blog and about waste in technology on his "Deal Architect" blog Vinnie Mirchandani, who goes by the moniker of "Deal Architect," coaches enterprises on how to exploit disruptive technology trends.
He is also a prolific blogger, writing about technology-enabled innovation on his "New Florence, New Renaissance" blog and about waste in technology on his "Deal Architect" blog. Earlier in his career, he was a respected analyst at Gartner, the technology research firm, and handled numerous international assignments at PwC Consulting. Books by Vinnie Mirchandani. Trivia About The New Technolog No trivia or quizzes yet.
Welcome back. Ever restless, he launched a second blog, New Florence, New Renaissance , I suspect, to help him on his flights of fancy outside the walls of enterprise IT.
This has taken him far afield into areas such as nanotechnology, healthcare IT, sustainability, consumer electronics, mobility, and dozens of other corners of technology innovation. From time to time I try to scoop him, by sending him a link to some cool new application of technology, when I spot it. I still try, though. In Vinnie's view, some organizations that are, historically, buyers of information technology, are now turning into technology providers—as they embed new technology into their products and services.
At the same time, leading technology providers, such as Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook are becoming examples of best business practices, such as in their data center operations, retailing units, and supply chains.
He then presents a framework for understanding what these organizations have in common: their 12 key attributes. He concludes by examining the outside influences affecting these organizations, including the regulatory environment, their impact on society at large, and the ability or lack thereof of sell-side financial analysts to understand it all.
A Disorienting Experience Reading the book leads to one overriding impression: the pace of technology change is unprecedented. Sure, we all know this, generally. The danger for anyone in a business leadership position today is to not recognize new entrants arising from outside traditional markets. Just one example: in Chapter 15, Vinnie discusses how quickly GPS technology evolved from in-auto dashboard systems, to standalone GPS devices, to smartphone apps—in less than a decade.