How do business leaders distinguish between flash-in-the-pan buzzwords and emerging technological solutions that will deliver real value and a competitive advantage? Kimble co-founder Mark Robinson draws on his 30 years of experience in the industry to advise on predicting, anticipating, and planning for technology trends.
Writing in the business technology strategy title “information management”, Mark discusses ways to work out what skills will be in demand five and ten years down the road, recalling the emergence of the cloud and Software-as-as-Service as a moment when many companies got it wrong.
Looking to the future, leveraging data analytics, listening to customers, and regularly and formally reviewing the progress of emerging skills are some of Mark’s best practice recommendations for this important business process.
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