In this beautiful month of January 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 to start 2020 !
A guide to face 2020
Discover 7 articles grouped as a guide to start on the right foot the new year. Are you starting your digital transformation? Are you looking to hire more employees? Do you want to acquire the knowledge and skills you need? Do you hope to find the right changes before your competitors? Are you interested in technologies such as blockchain and machine learning? This guide is for you!
To know everything, it’s on Sloan Review.
Cybersecurity, the business of the whole company
Whether you run a small business or work in a multinational companie, you need to think beyond your IT department and your technology systems when it comes to your cybersecurity. All leaders benefit from focusing on protecting the most important assets of their business from attack. Thomas Parenty and Jack Domet, co-founders of cybersecurity company Archefact Group, discuss how most organizations mistakenly approach cybersecurity.
Listen to this podcast on HBR IdeaCast.
UX in 2020
Find here some of the main trends to expect in user experience to expect during 2020. But beware, this is not an ordinary article on user interface trends, but rather an analysis of the UX design as a discipline. This report brings together tools, methods but also career challenges, and questions how to collaborate and how the design community can have an impact during the next year.
To discover on trends.uxdesign.cc.
Get through this 4th industrial revolution
Forbes offers 5 key pieces of information from Intel’s latest research report. Learn, for example, that a lack of technical skills is the number one barrier to successful digital transformation. After observing and questioning hundreds of participants in the manufacturing ecosystem, Intel has drawn enlightening conclusions that will help you understand and navigate the industrial digital revolution.
To consult on Forbes.
What is Agile Marketing?
Surely you know that agile is a software development methodology? But how can a software development process be relevant to a marketing team? This is what the author explains in this article. In all businesses, marketing teams, product teams and development teams benefit from taking full advantage of agile processes to improve their collaboration.
All the tips on Hackernoon.
In January 2020, nothing better than a little tour of the trends not to be missed! With these articles, you are definitely ready to face the New Year!