The Weekend Reader: A Trip to the Past to Rediscover the Future
This weekend: With little interesting content to share, I'm taking a stroll down my memory road to explore some of my most impactful — and still relevant — analysis.
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💡 This week, there wasn’t any content that I felt was really worthy of sharing, so instead, I’m sharing a short list of some of my best (in my humble opinion), most impactful, and still relevant analysis from the past. This decision was inspired, in part, by my recent learning that an university course on AI is using one of my articles as part of its curriculum! Anyway, hope you find something new and valuable here.
When it comes to big data, analytics and AI, the value does not come from collecting the data, or even from deriving some insight from it — value comes from just one thing: action.
We are entering a new and exciting era for IT professionals. Leadership will be in great demand and short supply. But I believe there is a great IT leader in each of us. There is an art to great leadership, but it is an art you can learn.
As we continue to instrument every facet of modern work, it's beginning to enable data-driven management. The flip side of this data-driven augmentation, however, is that it may make the act of management the prime target for automation
Underpinning this transition will be the transformation of work, the key enabler of which will not be technology, but imagination.