Human / Machine: The Future of our Partnership with Machines
Will the workplace of the future be overrun by machines and robots? Are the new frontiers of artificial intelligence (AI) on the cusp of dethroning us in efficiency, intelligence and innovative potential? Automation and AI will augment our human world and potential. The winners of the future of work are those that harness the power of machines to their advantage. Human/Machine is the only guide you need to understand the fourth industrial revolution. It sets out a road map to the challenges ahead, but also unlocks the wondrous opportunities that it offers.
Human/Machine explores how we will work symbiotically with machines, detailing how institutions, companies, individuals and education providers will evolve to integrate seamlessly with new technologies. With exclusive case studies, this book offers a glimpse into the future and details how top companies are already thriving on this very special relationship. From gamification in job training to project management teams integrated with bots and predictive technologies that fix problems in the supply chain before they happen, the authors deliver a powerful manifesto for the adoption and celebration of automation and AI. In a much more fluid, skills-based economy, we will all need to prove our worth and future-proof our skills base. This book offers a blueprint to avoid being left behind and unearth the opportunities unique to human-machine partnership ecosystems.
Top 5 Digital Transformation Trends In Financial Services
Any time money is involved, there will always be intense interest on the part of venture capitalists, corporations and investors. Daniel Newman, best-selling author of “Building Dragons: Digital Transformation in the Experience Economy”, will discuss the changes we’ve seen thus far are nothing compared to what the future holds. Find out why these five digital transformation trends affects the financial services sector and what you can do to protect your clients.
Learn the digital transformation secrets of the world’s most enduring companies: Find out what they do to build stability in times of constant change, and most importantly, how they make their business “Futureproof.”
More than ever before, well-established companies are succumbing to wave after wave of disruption from new entrants, new technologies, and new customer expectations. Companies like Kodak, Blockbuster Video and Xerox weren’t able to cope with the pace and scope of disruption, and now they’re all but gone. No business leader wants to be next. The pressure is on to adapt. As organizations begin to cope with the realization that digital transformation is the key to their survival in the age of technology-driven business, it is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that digital transformation is merely a technology investment play. It isn’t.
There is a larger operational vision at play here, and the world’s most adaptable companies have already figured out what it is. Broken down into its core components, it consists of 7 operational pillars that help organizations accelerate digital transformation, manage change, and turn disruption into a tireless engine of opportunity.
In this presentation, you will learn:
Building Dragons: Digital Transformation in the Experience Economy
Learn to transform your business into a dragon: an agile company fit to adapt, innovate and thrive even in disruptive times. Unlike unicorns, which, for all their popularity, tend to rely on risky and experimental business models, dragons are established companies that continue to leverage their original startup mentality to systematically innovate their way to profitability. What makes dragons so much more interesting to executives than unicorns is that they are not built merely on potential and popularity, but on purposeful reinvention, scalable market dominance, and a commitment to long term success. Maybe the best part about the dragon model is that, equipped with the right roadmap and the right set of tools, any business can learn to become more agile and transform itself into a dragon.
In this presentation, you will learn:
Digital Transformation at the Speed of Innovation
Companies need to move faster if they want to keep up with consumer demand. “Fail Fast” they say, but what does that really mean? Exploring an approach to innovation, change and agility in a world where the only consistency is change.
Business Risk and The Importance of Adaptability in the Age of Digital.
Companies like Kodak and Blockbuster never saw the writing on the wall. As the incumbents, they believed that their business model was infallible. Suddenly, they were chasing the competition right up until their own demise. Find out why taking risks and building a fast-changing adaptable culture is key to succeeding in the age of disruption.
Daniel is the author of six Amazon best-selling books, his new book, “Human Machine: The Future of Partnerships with Machines” is now available. Dan is a contributor to some of the worlds largest media outlets, including Forbes, Entrepreneur and The Huffington Post. His Top 10 Digital Transformation Trends for 2020, was recently published in Forbes and he currently ranked #1 in the prestigious ARInsights Power 100 list of Technology Industry Analysts. Dan is considered one of the industry leaders/analysts with the most sustained “buzz” in the industry right now.
Dan loves technology, but he’s also extremely passionate about digital transformation and strategy. He believes technology can only reach its potential when it is intertwined with humanity. When people and technology work together to meet their potential, the business results will follow. This is where he comes in.
He is an entrepreneur focused in the Technology and Digital Space. Founder, partner and operator of 4 companies ranging from his role as Principal Analyst at Futurum Research, a Technology and Analysis firm, to the CEO of Broadsuite Media Group, and President of Digital Agency V3B.
Prior to his days as an entrepreneur, he served as the CEO of EC3, a hosted IT and Communication services provider. Prior to that at the spry age of 28, Dan was the CEO of United Visual, parent company to United Visual Systems, United Visual Productions, and United GlobalComm; a family of companies focused on Unified Communications and Audio Visual Technologies.
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