Competing in the Connected Economy
This webinar is based on research IBM did with HBR Analytic Services.
Thursday, June 16, 2016
|9:00 AM - 10:00 AM||US Eastern|
|8:00 AM - 9:00 AM||US Central|
|7:00 AM - 8:00 AM||US Mountain|
|6:00 AM - 7:00 AM||US Pacific|
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In the Connected Economy, value is created through the technology-enabled links between people, machines, and organizations.
Every organization now faces a challenging shift: According to a new study by HBR Analytic Services (HBR-AS), more than half of the companies surveyed believe that a substantial part of their revenue is under threat from a new wave of digital disruption.
To counter that threat, organizations all over the world are changing how they operate to become part of the Connected Economy.
But one group, the Connected Economy leaders, is already gaining rewards from new connected business models. These leaders have seen significantly stronger revenue growth over the past two years than their less connected rivals - due to their ability to exploit information at speed through their use of hardware, software, and networking technologies.
On June 16, in a Harvard Business Review live event, Abbie Lundberg and a panel of experts will explore the keys to competing in the Connected Economy, using insights from the new study, The Ecosystem Equation: Collaboration in the Connected Economy, sponsored by IBM and conducted by HBR-AS.
The panel will discuss the strategies for operating in the Connected Economy, and the way that the relationship between IT and the line of business leaders is changing to a new model based on collaboration and engagement. Paulo Carvao, General Manager of Sales for IBM Systems Hardware, will close the discussion with a concluding perspective from IBM.
If your company wants to become a leader in the new Connected Economy, join HBR on June 16.
About the Speaker
Abbie Lundberg is a business technology analyst, author and professional speaker with over 25 years’ experience reporting and commenting on the use of technology in business. She is a Contributing Editor to both Harvard Business Review Analytic Services and CIO magazine, where she served as Editor in Chief for 13 years.
Abbie has devoted her career to advancing business through the effective use of information technology. She has testified before Congress and presented onstage with many fascinating people, including former Secretary of State Madeline Albright, Senator John McCain, General Wesley Clark, ABC news anchor Sam Donaldson, and author and investor Geoffrey Moore.
For more information, visit Abbie's website, lundbergmedia.com.