Industrial IoT Platform Capabilities

According to ARC there are 8 broad capabilities that a well-rounded platform for the Industrial Internet of Things needs to have.  In no particular order: more

The Rise of the Indian Sharing Economy

The sharing economy is a socio-economic ecosystem built around the sharing of human and physical resources. It includes the shared creation, production, distribution, trade and consumption of goods and services by different people and organizations. more

The most important person in innovation

Recently, I’ve posted in a few LinkedIn discussions about innovation culture. Everyone seems to have an opinion about this important subject, but there is little agreement. One of the biggest arguments is about the most important person for innovation in a company. Who is this person? more

Role of Social Business in the Digital Workplace

What is a Digital Workplace? Actually, the Digital Workplace has been with us for quite a while. It had its earliest beginnings when business applications replaced clerks and ledgers, when email replaced interoffice memos. The digital workplace has constantly evolved though the years with the adoption of intranets and extranets for communication and collaboration, and the use of knowledge repositories to capture intellectual capital. It continues to evolve today with telephones being replaced by voice over IP capabilities through unified communications, and more recently with disruptive technologies like mobile, social, and consumer-like apps being embraced by business. The digital workplace essentially replaces the physical tools of business with their electronic counterparts. more

What Makes a Story Inspiring?

Let us start by taking a look at what makes an inspiring story different from an ordinary story. more

The TransfoHRmation Agenda

Over the past four decades, the IT-BPM industry has come a long way. From cost arbitrage, collaboration and value addition, the focus has now changed for organizations to deliver business outcomes for their clients. India continues to be the one stop destination – in 2015, it retains its leadership position with a share of 55 percent cent in the global sourcing arena. more