Digital Strategy, Operating Models & Technology Implementation Insight

Expert guidance in business technology strategy, leadership, and implementation in response to digitally-driven disruption of traditional business models. From emerging new operating models to strategies that put data at the heart of your business; overcoming cultural hurdles to what makes a digital leader; achieving enterprise agility to creating a culture that supports continuous experimentation — you’ll be on the cutting edge of the factors that are critical to successful digital transformation.

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In the age of transformation, advances in artificial intelligence are rapidly disconnecting end users from the complexity of the technology they use. The result is a world where we can do many things without having to understand how they work. For example, Amazon’s Alexa lets users ask complicated questions using nat­ural language input and receive immediate answers.

A digital transformation is no less than a change in an organization’s activities, business processes, competencies, and models that allows it to fully leverage the opportunities of current and future emerging digital technologies. The effort, expense, and pain involved with this type of change may lead some to question the necessity.

In this interview, transformational coach Areej Khataybih offers a psychological perspective on women leaders and what contributes to their success and their challenges. She highlights the challenges that come from internal obstacles and beliefs of not being good enough and the battle of competing with male counterparts and, in the process, denying women’s full selves, the emotional and the logical. 

Cutter Consortium: Can you talk about the challenges women face in the corporate world?

The electric vehicle (EV) charging market stands on the threshold of disruption. By 2030, more than 50% of all newly registered vehicles will be electric, triggering a huge demand for EV charging solutions. This will, in turn, create a multi-billion dollar business. Tiny startups from the charging sphere — often backed by key utility and oil & gas players — have professionalized, have grown into serious companies and have gone public. Now the big question remains: Which players and business models will come out on top?

In Part V of this Executive Update series on intelligent process automation (IPA) in the enterprise, we examine findings pertaining to the technologies surveyed organizations are interested in adopting to support their IPA initiatives.
Most organizations launch digital transformation initiatives only to watch them die a long, slow, painful, and expensive death. Many leaders mistakenly believe that implementing new technologies will change their culture. In fact, organizational cultures are often quite strong and intransigent. When the culture abhors risk-taking, ambitious company-wide endeavors cannot survive.
In recent years, researchers have turned to radically different computing paradigms, such as quantum computing, molecular computing, and nature-inspired computing. Of these, the most promising and advanced is quantum computing, based on the principles of quantum mechanics. This issue of Cutter Business Technology Journal (CBTJ) includes five articles that, together, provide an overview of quantum computing essentials.
Muhammad Usman examines ongoing developments in quantum computing: hardware, simulations and error correction, algorithms and applications, and post-quantum secure communication. He also outlines anticipated progress in the quantum computing landscape and looks at the notion of quantum supremacy.