At the end of the XIX century, the contrast between blue-collar and white-collar was important and helped in strengthening the class war concept. The first still being treated worse than the second. With the digitization of business, when more and more things are automated, are we going to reinforce this pattern?
Last week, took place the #HubForum under the title connect, transform or die. In strong resonance with this topic, I’ve been a speaker, under Publicis Consultants Netintelligenz (MSLGROUP) tag, to talk about digital transformation during ten minutes stage (short one, so you have to be sharp).
Congrats @aponcier for your speech at the #HUBFORUM : for me, the most inspiring with the one of @matfree (DigitasLBI president for France) #PublicisRocks
Ce n’est pas la première fois que je parle d’un livre de David Fayon rédigé avec un comparse ou à propos des mutations à venir du marketing. Mais celui-là, en collaboration avec Michaël Tartar m’intéresse particulièrement puisqu’il traite de transformation digitale (entreprise 2.0, social business), la thématique développée sur ce blog depuis des années.
As we already discussed on this blog, digital transformation is the new Holy Grail for companies. 88% of them have set up a digital project according last Altimeter Group’s research, however, let’s be frank, we are far from a real digital transformation. Things are moving, but the realization is just a first stage. Only if we agree of what is a digital project.