Leg 9. From Newport to Cardiff (V). A “painbrush” of Digital Technologies Ratings…
As I previously announced, today we are posting twice. No choice for us. It is our aim to arrive on time to Cardiff, Great Britain. There is no time to lose on our way to Cardiff. We need to repair what has been done with ethics at the core. We hope you like the following slides which have been prepared to illustrate what practitioners, digital fans, academics, forums, and consultants have started to share through the Internet. All the following graphs have not been checked in terms of data accuracy, but they reflect what is more relevant and available in terms of digital technologies measurement and data analytics.
If you wish to download the last set of slides in PDF format, click here please: Eliescalante Leg 9 Digital Technologies Ratings.
Let´s see that each classification of digital technologies is a different way to understand what is happening. We would like to have more time to include more infographics and other consulting houses which have done a lot lately in terms of rankings or classifications but our time constraints don´t leave us more space for it.
Again, it is extremely important to help digital start-ups and digital leaders which have been appointed in corporations, to sail their ventures with an ethical approach. Ethics is the only rail we have to be successful in our race to build good societies. Ethical values are universal. Without applying ethics in our beautiful businesses, we are condemned to fall overboard. Any person with a job which will disappear because of digital technologies deployment has to be trained to get a new and better job (inside the organization or outside of it). This person has a family which depends on him or her. Remember it.
This is all for today. There is one theme still missing: Impact of Digital Technologies in Education. We already covered some aspects of it in past legs. Nevertheless, since the perspective of this Leg 9 is balance or equilibrium, stay tuned to read it tomorrow.
We will leave you with this video from Harvard Business Review today. Hugs for you Alejandro Guillermo Lozano Artolachipi. Don´t despair, we are going to arrive in Cardiff on time.
Disclaimer: All the presentation slides shown on this blog are prepared by Eleonora Escalante MBA-MEng. Nevertheless, all the pictures or videos shown on this blog are not mine. I do not own any of the lovely photos or images posted unless otherwise stated.
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