Strategy is a word that is so often over used and when used it rarely has any real meaning. So many times I have heard businesses that I have worked for / with use the word strategy in meetings along with some other fluff and the same goes for a lot of businesses that I sold into in my previous career and with my consultancy company yet how many times do we hear the word tactical?
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The emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is there for everyone to see, people have differing opinions on what it means for the future but there are a lot of misconceptions and there is still a lot of education to be undertaken before we fully understand how to implement AI and how it can be leveraged for our benefit.
Yes, that’s right, we’ve all heard of the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) but what about a Commercial Technology Officer (CTO)? I would like to think that I have coined this phrase, however, there are most likely people out there that share my vision. In the last 5 years the role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) has changed and the lines have been blurred, much like Infrastructure and NETSEC. A CIO is now heavily involved in strategy with a stronger emphasis on the delivery of the technology stack, taking on a similar role as an IT Director in some Mid-Market & Enterprise businesses.
Several blockchain applications profess to enable users to monetize various resources, whether it’s their unused storage and CPU power, or the tons of data they generate every day. Regardless of whether they will succeed to deliver on their promises or not, these projects highlight one of the problems that haunt the centralized internet.