Mueller-Eberstein, Mark

Agility: Competing and Winning in a Tech-Savvy Marketplace

Mueller-Eberstein, Mark - Agility: Competing and Winning in a Tech-Savvy Marketplace, ebook

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Insider secrets to competing-and winning-in the tech-savvy marketplace

The new generation of technology savvy workers is changing the way we look at productivity. Agility uniquely describes how technology agility impacts your business's performance and can become a critical success factor. A must-read for leaders defining business strategy and technology implementation, the methodology it describes will show how to measure and drive technology adoption and the derived impact on business results.

  • Includes international cases of various industries, from industry leaders
  • Incorporates the ideas of flexibility, balance, adaptability, and coordination under one umbrella
  • Uniquely describes how technology agility impacts business performance

What differentiates Audi, BMW and Mercedes or GM? Understanding it can make or break the future of an organization. Agility makes it clear: the digital divide will be seen in those who take full advantage of the technology versus those merely have it.

Keywords: Mark Mueller-Eberstein, business strategy, technology, technology agility, information technology, corporate agility, strategic agility, business intelligence, The IT Payoff: Measuring the Business Value of Information Technology Investments, Sarv Devaraj and Rajiv Kohli, Corporate Agility: A Revolutionary New Model for Competing in a Flat World, Charles Grantham, James P. Ware, and Cory Williamson, Fast Strategy: How Strategic Agility Will Help You Stay Ahead of the Game, Yves Doz, Mikko Kosonen, Successful Business Intelligence: Secrets of Making BI a Killer App, Cindi Howson, technology curve, reducing fixed operating costs, village plan, open office environment, mobile services, collaborative strategic management, emergent workforce, retaining human talent, real estate footprint, fixed operational costs, distributed workforce, virtual workforce, workplace strategy, corporate real estate, workplace strategies, mobile workforce, distributed workers, Boston University, Microsoft

John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Publication year
Microsoft Executive Leadership Series
Page amount
240 pages
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