Celent Roundtable | The Internet of Things: Beyond the Hype-Practical Considerations in Moving Forward
The Internet of Things (IoT) is receiving a good deal of attention in the general as well as the business press. Much of the discussion, however, is still at the conceptual level. While this is valuable, some insurers are moving to the test planning stage. In order to plan, many questions must be answered. What should insurers consider as they explore the opportunities and details involved with implementation? What are the "blocking and tackling" issues that they should be aware of? How do companies perform meaningful experiments to test different IoT approaches?
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Companies must learn to look at the future of things such as IoT, as the amazing opportunity that it is. New IoT solutions will make customer's lives richer and better. Unfortunately, many companies see the internet of things as a scary change that is to be avoided.
On the 21st of February Mick was a guest on a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and economic Development radio show called, Sastemic. For more information on what their show is about visit: http://sastemic.org/
Scottsdale, Arizona- Mick Simonelli, independent consultant of Fortune 500 companies and former executive innovation leader for USAA talks military money with Heather Wagenhals and listenerson the Unlock Your Wealth Radio Show this Friday, March 28th, 2014 at 9:00AM (PST). Tune in to find out how Mick spent $400 million of taxpayer money. More at: http://unlockyourwealthradio.com/2014/03/28/mick-simonelli-talks-military-money-as-former-senior-innovation-executive-for-usaa/
Mick Simonelli a former executive innovation leader USAA argues that transformational leaders are necessary for driving innovation in large financial organisations. The business world is changing at an unprecedented rate and innovation is a driving force behind its ongoing transformation. Social business, technology, globalisation and information are just some of the latest developments that are revolutionising traditional business models and companies are quickly realising that if they are to succeed in the long term they must adapt quickly or risk falling behind. Large, established financial services companies in particular are in a strong position to develop and capitalise on the latest in innovation. But if they are to do this well, they need transformational leaders at their helm that are willing to embrace change and challenge traditional ways of thinking. Read More at: http://www.financialservicesinnovation.com/cino-30-blog.html
Today most organizations seek new growth platforms, or in some cases just more volume from current products and services. Innovation as a buzzword has reached epic proportions. But who should lead the deliberate pursuit of "the New" over "the Here and Now", and how should a CEO pinpoint the right CINO from within or outside? It's a serious issue facing most CEOs and their Boards. Innovation Alchemist provides a timely, helpful resource for tomorrow's industry leaders Read More at: