In this month of February 2020, we are happy to share some articles that we particularly liked. We will discuss techno and design in any particular order!
Here is a bit of reading for digital lovers!
Are We at The Gates of Automating Our Jobs?
Surveys have revealed that 35% of workers worldwide fear that their work will be automated within the next decade. All the progress in A.I. bring a host of questions to employees: Will certain jobs be eliminated? How will competition for talent be felt? Will the data from AI be of quality, secure and confidential? How can we prepare for the growth of this technology? This article presents the latest statistics and forecasts on the subject.
To know everything, it’s on Forbes.
Do You Suffer From Technological Anxiety?
Did you know that tech companies work silently to solve a growing problem? As AI, the Internet of Things (IoT) and connectivity creep relentlessly into our daily lives, tech anxiety is on the rise. A recent GlobalWebIndex survey (2019) found that nearly one in four Internet users worldwide (24%) don’t understand new technology and fear being left behind.
To discover on eMarketer.
How to Seize All the Advantages of Open Innovation?
What is open innovation? Henry Chesbrough, professor at the Berkeley Haas School of Business, coined this term over ten years ago ─ a term which refers to researching ideas outside your own organization and sharing your own research with others. In this podcast interview, the professor explains that, despite a booming economy in Silicon Valley, companies do little work in open innovation. They outsource some of their ideas, but don’t collaborate enough to create new value-added products and services.
To discover the benefits of an open innovation mindset, listen to the podcast on HBR IdeaCast.
Design & Data: How to Humanize Data
Everyone lives in the data structures that underpin society and these data structures always have an impact on people. Design has its place in data since the decisions made by designers and the data systems they create will have an impact on people. Designers, discover in a few steps how to use data while keeping your lens focused on people.
To consult on UXDesign.
How to Direct and Organize the Success of a Digital Transformation?
Supported by several experts in the field, this article aim to share some ideas on how to organize ourselves to lead a successful digital transformation since, as you probably know, a digital transformation is a challenge of scale and of complexity. Discover four essential skills for a transformation leader and the steps to lead these changes to success!
Read all tips on The Digital Transformation People.
Digital transformation, automation or innovation … these readings for February 2020 are sure to kick off your month!
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