Three keys to making effective technology decisions
By markcarberry on July 11, 2019

Three keys to making effective technology decisions Mark Carberry July 11, 2019 Looking for assurance that you’re making the right investments in technology? Below, we outline three factors that are critical to successful technology decisions – irrespective of what brands or type of gear and software you choose.

Use ‘design thinking’ like a tech giant
By Alex Abboud on June 27, 2019

Use ‘design thinking’ like a tech giant Alex Abboud June 27, 2019 You may have been hearing more lately about “design thinking” as it relates to providing experiences that delight customers. But what does it mean – and how can organizations begin to embrace the principle? Below we lay out the steps you can take

The culture of velocity in getting stuff done
By Adriaan Bouten on March 7, 2019

The culture of velocity in getting stuff done Adriaan Bouten March 7, 2019 When I reflect on some of the most foundational and inspirational books I’ve read in my career, one of the most important was a 2002 work called “ Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done , ” by former Honeywell CEO Larry

Seven steps to accelerate your velocity
By Derek Martin on November 16, 2018

Seven steps to accelerate your velocity Derek Martin November 16, 2018 “If everything seems under control, you’re just not going fast enough”

Looking back from the future
By Len Gilbert on September 27, 2018

Looking back from the future Len Gilbert September 27, 2018 Many dPrism engagements revolve around significant transformations of how our clients think about, and operate, their businesses. We help them identify and execute on market opportunities, new digital products and services, new business models and ways to improve their capabilities to better serve customers.

Five trends that will shape winning data strategies
By Martin Murtland on September 20, 2018

Five trends that will shape winning data strategies Martin Murtland September 20, 2018 As Amazon becomes the second company to top a market capitalization of $1 trillion and investors are all agog over FAANG (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google), what’s the single word you’d use to describe why these companies have been so successful? That’s

Make digital transformation part of your culture
By markcarberry on September 13, 2018

Make digital transformation part of your culture Mark Carberry September 13, 2018 We at Digital Prism Advisors are hardly the only ones to write about digital transformation. Some days it feels like a deluge of comments, content and hype. We’re honored that this blog ranks as a Top 25 source in this topic. Part of

Want an effective agile process? Stop obsessing about agile
By Derek Martin on August 23, 2018

Want an effective agile process? Stop obsessing about agile Derek Martin August 23, 2018 There are many reasons to like the agile development process. Its focus on adding value to a “minimum viable product” in iterative sprints is a great way to avoid waiting until the end of a project to see if you’re on

Blending on-premise legacy systems with cloud computing
By Richard Fusco on April 12, 2018

Blending on-premise legacy systems with cloud computing Richard Fusco April 12, 2018 An object lesson in the Salesforce acquisition of MuleSoft On March 20 Salesforce announced it had agreed to buy MuleSoft, a maker of API data integration software, for $6.5 Billion. The announcement was met with skepticism in some quarters, with analysts believing that

Hey Siri, what time is high tide?’
By David Saabye on June 15, 2017

‘Hey Siri, what time is high tide?’ David Saabye June 15, 2017 Apple announced the HomePod last week, the latest entry into the smart speaker market. Powered by Siri, Apple promises not just an intelligent assistant, but intelligent sound. Despite the high price tag, this device could be the hottest holiday gift this December.

How to ‘move fast and break things’
By Len Gilbert on June 1, 2017

How to ‘move fast and break things’ Len Gilbert June 1, 2017 LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman interviewed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and others on a recent episode of his excellent podcast Masters of Scale . The discussion centered on the need to launch products quickly: testing, learning and iterating, based on feedback from real users

How can your product provide a premium experience?
By David Saabye on April 27, 2017

How can your product provide a premium experience? David Saabye April 27, 2017 Marketers love to tout the “premium” aspects of wares they promote. McDonald’s sells premium salads, Alamo rents premium vehicles and Hanes offers premium socks. But do all these goods really live up to our expectations of premium?