Digital transformation success requires anticipating and accommodating change in every area of the organization, including the architecting of IT solutions that run the business and drive digitalization. In fact, evolution is part of the definition of architecture in the ISO/IEC 42010:2011 standard. Change also is a predominant concept in modern software development approaches such as agile and DevOps. More...

Across industries, digitalization is changing the way organizations do business. In the utilities industry, new business models are emerging, many of which are closely linked to the pressing need to embrace a low carbon economy. This shift is driving changes in demand, caused by increased electrification, and in production, with more renewable energy generation. Consumers are becoming energy suppliers and some independent organizations are even building-out their own power assets. More...

Moving from “what if” to “what’s best” In my previous blog on this topic, I discussed the need to shift analytics from monitoring and reporting of what has happened, to using analytics to make decisions. More specifically, to achieve continuous improvements in terms of quality of care, access to care and cost of care, our decisions need to be informed by data and directed by prescriptive analytics. More...

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