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Ready to Become a Rebel Change Agent?

by Samantha Searle  |  March 11, 2015

Do you have an appetite for risk and dare to challenge the status quo? Dynamic and disruptive change is now the norm for business. It demands a different approach from...

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2014 Life Science Hype Cycle has published

by Michael Shanler  |  August 5, 2014

Fifty technologies are profiled by Gartner analysts in this year's Hype Cycle for Life Sciences, 2014.    This is the most densely packed hype cycle since the LS HC  introduction...

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Predictions for 2014: Mind the (R & D IT) Gap

by Michael Shanler  |  December 13, 2013

When the snow starts to fall in many parts of the Northern Hemisphere, and the Southern Hemisphere packs their Bermuda shorts and suntan lotion…this signifies only one thing at Gartner: ...

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Real-Time Marketing Needs Real Culture Change

by Don Scheibenreif  |  October 23, 2013

As a long-time brand marketer in the consumer goods industry, I was used to developing marketing campaigns, deploying them through traditional media channels, then wait patiently for results. This process...

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Economic Growth Focus Turns to Africa as the BRIC Start to Splutter

by Richard Gordon  |  August 27, 2013

In all the years I've been researching IT markets, one big elephant in the room has always been Africa. In relation to global technology trends and their economic impact, this...

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Are You Taking Emerging Markets Seriously?

by Richard Gordon  |  August 27, 2013

The more I think about emerging markets, the more the term "emerging" seems a misnomer. When I hear countries and regions described as "emerging", I have a vision of them...

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Building a Better IT-Marketing Relationship: Findings from Gartner Workshops

by Don Scheibenreif  |  August 19, 2013

When I was a corporate marketer, I never fully appreciated the value that IT brings to both marketing and the enterprise. Like many marketers, I thought of IT as the...

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New Frontiers to Explore as Mobility Shakes Up the Enterprise

by Richard Gordon  |  May 29, 2013

So, the new Star Trek film's out. Takes me back to the time of the original TV series, and how amazing Captain Kirk's "communicator" was: a handheld device that allowed...

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Let's Hear It for Abenomics

by Richard Gordon  |  May 14, 2013

It's not every day a political leader has a strand of economics named after him. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's mix of strong fiscal policy and aggressive monetary moves (which...

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China's Consumers Take Flight, But Watch for a Hard Landing

by Richard Gordon  |  May 14, 2013

In China, state policy is also having a big impact on how things are shaping up. The government has several initiatives to push growth back up to 8%, and one...

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