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2020-04-14

Your resources for digital transformation

2020-04-14
Digital transformation, digital innovation, open data and digitalisation – with all respect, what does it mean IRL and how should you go about it? 

If you take the time to listen to below voices, from four different IT Talks pod cast episodes, we hope that you will feel a bit more enlighten afterwards and also that you have gotten a few tips on how to start or proceed on you digital journey!

Digitalisation, integration, connectivity, self service

About strategy and implementation of integration platforms, demands from the digitalisation, how data is our new digital asset, and how we can use that asset ahead. What will happen when IT becomes the business and the business becomes IT? Why open standards are so important? How are we supposed to build integrations that scale? Or is the answer to stop offer integration? Could connectivity and self-service be the new integration? Listen to the answers and get examples from Google and Klarna.

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Digital readiness

Lately there has been a lot of buzz about digitalisation and the digital revolution. Within the IT business a lot of the talk has been about digital transformation and if organisations has to embark on change journeys to be prepared for the digitalisation. Many digitalisation projects have led to purchases of divers solutions to create capacity. Few have led to real organisational changes. Changes that we think are necessary to get real value from the investments. Get a few tips on how to realise this value, through the Digital Ready Model.

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Open innovation and digital assets

Valuable tips for your digitalisation journey and how to bank on your digital assets. Also he talks about how to think when creating innovation on open data and he shares stories from Google, Spotify, Klarna, and Västtrafik. One take away is that innovation is created where it is needed.

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Open data, open source, open standards

Johan Linåker, Post Doc Researcher at Lund University shares conclusions from his research on open data, eco systems, Government-as-a-platform and more. He lets us in on how to enable better digital services, open innovation, how MyData moves the ownership of data, advantages, risks and drivers, and much more.

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Written by Susannah Eriksson