Surrey Centre for the Digital Economy - Issue #16

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The CoDE team wishes you a spectacular Christmastime, as we focus this week on the recent Economist a
 
December 21 - Issue #16

Surrey Centre for the Digital Economy

This week in the digital economy.

The CoDE team wishes you a spectacular Christmastime, as we focus this week on the recent Economist article with its seasonally-appropriate theme, and some responses to it….

Management theory is becoming a compendium of dead ideas | The Economist
….maybe this is the way to begin any “Digital Economy” presentation…..
“Management theory has lost touch with the world.” Discuss.
This is worth a read. Steve Denning’s analysis of The Economist article exposes the management fallacies that are being highlighted in the Digital Economy. Most mid/high level managers are really struggling with the new business reality. Can we help them try to make sense of it all, and create the playbooks for the future….?
Understanding The Religion Of Business: 18 Management Fallacies
Below, what may be a really interesting direction for work at CoDE as another way to tie the IoT activities with design thinking research. This looks at the new possibilities that IoT opens up to know more about user behaviour….
There are definitely some interesting research activities we could kick off in this area….
Catching Ghosts | IDEO Labs
An update on the Digital Transformation Workshop Professor Alan Brown will be delivering in London on 20th February 2017…..
Pre-Conference Workshop Day | Digital Disruption and Transformation - Feb 2017
….and finally, our last blog for 2016….
The Digital Economy Bill: Lawlessness and Governance Online
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