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Turning Your BRMs into Digital Business Leaders

The relentless advance of technology is steadily turning science fiction into science fact.  Technology's ever improving ability to sense, see, listen, identify, track, control, analyse, recommend, decide and create is transforming not just how businesses operate and innovate, but how we all live and work. 

As a result, senior executives increasingly need to think digital first, whilst professionals and employees at every level must learn new skills and embrace new ways of working.  As the matrix (some 100 key cross-industry technologies) takes hold, reliable internal business partners must emerge as externally engaged digital business leaders.

Turning Your BRMs into Digital Business Leaders

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David Moschella
Research Fellow
David Moschella, based in the United States, is a Research Fellow for Leading Edge Forum.  David's focus is on industry disruptions, machine intelligence and related business model strategies.  He is the project lead for our 2017 research into Disrupting ‘The Professions’ – Scenarios for Human and Machine Expertise. David was previously Research Director of the programme. David’s key areas of expertise include globalization, industry restructuring, disruptive technologies, and the co-evolution of business and IT.  David is the author of multiple research reports.  His most recently published reports include Embracing 'the Matrix' and the Machine Intelligence Era (March 2016) and The Myths and Realities of Digital Disruption (September 2015). An author and columnist, David’s second book, Customer-Driven IT, How Users Are Shaping Technology Industry Growth, was published in 2003 by Harvard Business School Press.  The book predicted the shift from a supplier-driven to today’s customer-led IT environment.  His 1997 book, Waves of Power, assessed global competition within the IT supplier community.  He has written some 200 columns for Computerworld, the IT Industry’s leading publication on Enterprise IT, and has presented at countless industry events all around the world. David previously spent 15 years with International Data Corporation, where he was IDC’s main spokesperson on global IT industry trends and was responsible for its worldwide technology, industry and market forecasts.    

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