Past is the key to future – The technology developments of the past century are a storehouse of valuable lessons. They can teach you about the need to innovate, emphasize on better outcomes and drive merit-based talent development approach.
Dominance or monopoly doesn’t exist anymore – Gone are those days when limited people had access and resources to leverage emerging technologies. Now, it has become a common discussion topic. Keeping yourself updated on the latest developments in this field can help you build confidence and credibility in the official matters.
Maintain a balanced portfolio – It is essential for seasoned professionals to have a three-dimensional approach while implementing new technologies. The first dimension focuses on the immediate actions required to deploy the technology within 1-2 years. The second dimension looks at the practical needs and requirements necessary to sustain the technology after 3-5 years. Lastly, the third dimension considers the long-term impact of the technology after 5-10 years of deployment.
Have an innovative blend – Random transition from one technology to another will never get you the best results. Rather integrating and deploying a perfect blend of emerging technologies can be considered real-time innovation.
Adhere to the business strategy – Develop a clear strategy and select the technologies that are more likely to bring the expected results in terms of revenue generation, profit & loss, cost reduction and market share expansion.
Establish Agile framework – Given the current state of competition, organizations that are more adaptable can sustain the technology waves better. The 2017 Forrester Agile Panel Survey discovers that the combined application of Agile + DevOps has worked better for companies than Agile alone when it comes to sustainability.
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