One "Thing" at a Time: Let's Take a Pragmatic Approach

Posted December 31, 2014 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Benchmark Review
When 20th-century German Physicist Theodor Kaluza decided to learn to swim, he is famously said to have read a book on swimming, and then jumped into the sea. For most people, the flaws of such a strategy are obvious: there is a big difference between skills-based knowledge and other forms of understanding.

As you will see in the practitioner article in this issue of CBR, our co-contributors Cutter Senior Consultant Claude Baudoin and Matt Ganis demonstrate the scale of innovation potential and the complexity surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT).

About The Author
Rob Gleasure
Rob Gleasure is a Lecturer at Cork University Business School and Co-Director of the MSc e-business program at University College Cork (UCC). His research interests include design science, NeuroIS, and online crowd behavior (particularly crowdfunding). Dr. Gleasure has been published in Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Sloan Management Review, Journal of Information Technology,… Read More
Simon Woodworth
Simon Woodworth spent 15 years working in the telecom sector for both Ericsson and Motorola in a wide variety of roles, ranging from GSM network customer care in Southeast Asia to commissioning telephone exchanges in places such as Yemen and Siberia. Currently, he is a Lecturer in business information systems at University College Cork (UCC), Ireland, teaching undergraduate courses in Android mobile programming using Java and client/server… Read More
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