Innovation has to become a core competency, a business process itself, that can be continually improved. And because you can’t manage what you don’t measure, that requires metrics. But what metrics?
Over 2020 I talked to lots of leading-edge organizations about their innovation projects using SAP Business Technology Platform. Here’s a summary of some of the themes, along with links to the interviews.
I sat down with with Tom Raftery, host of the SAP Industry Insights Podcast (to discuss some of the highlights and common themes in last year’s episodes. The topics covered a wide variety of different industries, with lots of great, concrete examples of how SAP’s customers and partners are using technology to innovate.
Like the proverbial man looking for his keys under the streetlight, when it comes to enterprise data, if you only look at where the light is already shining, you can end up missing a lot. Here’s some tips on finding and using your dark data!
Timo Elliott, Innovation Evangelist for SAP, and Yves Lombaerts, Sales Manager for the SAP Belgium discuss innovation and digital transformation trends on a road trip!
Untapped dark data represents opportunities to get new insights into aspects of your business that have previously been invisible. Such insights can help you increase efficiencies, spot new customer opportunities, or improve your carbon footprint. But doing this requires an approach based on both machines and humans.
My updated, 10-minute summary of the different components of SAP’s Intelligent Enterprise vision, with information on RISE with SAP, a program to help you become one!
My presentation from the SAP Insider Data & Analytics Conference, talking about how traditional analytics barriers, and how the latest technologies can help.
A fun, lively, and candid discussion with Sarah Goodall of Tribal Impact and Tim Williams of Onalytica about what it takes to get your marketing messages heard in 2021, and what organizations should and shouldn’t do to help employees amplify company marketing efforts.
I recently had the opportunity to talk to Kurt DelBene, Microsoft, EVP of Corporate Strategy and IT, about various programs Microsoft is working on for its own internal workforce and their transformation to the “new normal”