Reaction to the Tech Central Station article on Development in a Box has been quite good. Thanks to Mark at ZenPundit for an extremely positive post, with extended excerpts. To Mark’s further
In this blog, we discuss cognitive computing and other technologies with a focus on supply chain management and innovation. Other topics of discussion include digital enterprise transformation, marketing, the Internet of Things, and smart cities. Our goal is to advance the public discussion about how cognitive computing and other advanced technologies affect the world in which we live.
Bradd Hayes is the active editor of this blog.
If you’ve found this blog as a result of my Tech Central Station article, welcome! A few words of introduction — our goal here is to introduce the concept of Enterprise Resilience
Development in a Box: Exploring Resilience and Post-Conflict Reconstruction, at Tech Central Station
Enterprise Resilience Management is a framework that can be applied at a variety of scales — from a single function in a single organization, to the operation of national and transnational systems.
Dan Drezner cites this provocative take about the basis for American competitiveness in the era of globalization — by Sebastian Mallaby, writing in The Washington Post (“Why US Business Is Winning,” March
Defense Tech provides an overview of an Army Times article on the U.S. Army’s CALL (Center for Army Lessons Learned) Request for Information service. (subscription required for Army Times, but the Defense
James Pinkerton writes, in the first installment of a two-part article at Tech Central Station’s TCS Daily, that we pay too much attention to policy and not enough to process. He addresses
The New York Times reported yesterday on the potential impact of Avian Flu on business (“Is Business Ready for a Flu Pandemic?”, March 16, 2006). The article quotes a Deloitte report: “A