Cognizanti Journal - Volume 6, Issue 1, 2013: A Bi-Annual Journal Produced by Cognizant [NOOK Book]

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This issue of Cognizanti journal is all about the courage needed to challenge the status quo and successfully transition to the Future of Work. We revisit the expanding world of “everything as a service” (see Cognizanti Volume 4, Issue 2),
a way of delivering business and IT services and processes that supplies the business smarts, technological wherewithal and disruptive performance potential to help organizations run better (containing costs) and run differently (embracing new...
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Cognizanti Journal - Volume 6, Issue 1, 2013: A Bi-Annual Journal Produced by Cognizant

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Overview

This issue of Cognizanti journal is all about the courage needed to challenge the status quo and successfully transition to the Future of Work. We revisit the expanding world of “everything as a service” (see Cognizanti Volume 4, Issue 2),
a way of delivering business and IT services and processes that supplies the business smarts, technological wherewithal and disruptive performance potential to help organizations run better (containing costs) and run differently (embracing new business capabilities that drive innovation). An accompanying piece looks into the soul of this new machine and lays out the mandate for governance, change management and organizational structural change.

We also examine the emerging world of Code Halos™ and the Crossroads Model,™ a place where businesses of all shapes and sizes can unleash new forms of intelligence – and outperformance – by decoding the collisions of digital information that surround every business transaction and personal interaction. Further in, we probe the emerging reality of anytime/anyplace work – and discover the professional and personal implications for us all. And finally, we conclude with sage counsel on how IT and business groups can collaborate to harness the SMAC Stack™ (social, mobile, analytics and cloud technologies), the transformative fuel that underpins Code Halos and catalyzes the Future of Work.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781625173294
  • Publisher: Cognizant Technology Solutions
  • Publication date: 9/25/2013
  • Series: Cognizanti Journal , #9
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 55
  • Sales rank: 515,141
  • File size: 4 MB

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