Over the last couple of months, our team researched and interviewed subject matter experts in fields that provide innovative solutions for today’s industrial business operations. These thought leaders volunteered to join VMI’s “Topical Community” and provided us with cross industry-level insights and perspectives. We thank them for their contributions to the body of knowledge and to this key findings briefing.
VMI returns once again to big data and the discovery process utilizing analytics technology to not only understand what has happened but what might happen and what should be done next in order to improve business performance and mitigate risk. Over the last couple of months, our team researched and interviewed subject matter experts in the Big Data Analytics Market, many of whom are either pioneering research at universities, delivering the tools and services to early adopters in commercial, civilian and defense markets, or implementing the capability within their own enterprise. These thought leaders volunteered to join VMI’s “Topical Community” and provided us with cross industry-level insights and perspectives. We thank them for their contributions to the body of knowledge and to this key findings briefing.
Being “first to market” with a discontinuous innovation – While there are a number of possible entry strategies, this paper concentrates on the process that enables you to be “first to market” with a disruption!
Back in 2004 we spoke with the CEOs and CTOs of top telecom ecosystem players about trends and issues that impact the communications infrastructure market. See what we found then and what rings true today.
How to revitalize the underlying leadership and the culture of innovation that once thrived in your company. Plus: On Aeroflot in the former Soviet Union, when talking about how local air traffic controllers were threatening to go on strike, “What this Country Needs is Ronald Reagan!”
Once a new opportunity appears to be worthwhile or an existing solution is cresting, it should be validated by market thought leaders before you make a substantial commitment to pursue further investments in it.
Addressing important unmet needs and providing customers with differential advantages in their markets is critical to building brand equity. If done correctly the market will embrace the value offered, resulting in your company achieving its true potential.