Agne Nainyte on How to drive Digital Transformation?Digital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
Have you ever had a case when your email was positively over-interpreted? I haven’t... Communication has become indeed more efficient in the digital age, but not necessarily more effective! It is difficult to express your intentions in a written format and even in conference calls. Your body language is missing and it’s often very important to know it. So what can we do to make our communication more effective in the digital era: 📍Writing an email should be your last resort! Give a call instead if not possible to meet F2F. 📍Don’t be afraid to use emojis! I know they look a bit unprofessional, but they do help to express your emotions. 📍Record short video messages. I know! Recording videos isn’t very comfortable, but they do express you better. What are your thoughts on communication in the digital era?
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Agne Nainyte on How to drive Digital Transformation?Digital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
This weekend I was cleaning up my cupboards and look what I found - TomTom thingies. This made me wonder how is this company doing these days? After a bit of research I understood that TomTom went through a very impressive digital transformation. They turned from a B2C company selling navigation devices to a B2B data-driven enterprise empowering the future of self-driving cars. These days TomTom lives and breathes big data by collecting 19 trillion anonymous data points in total! This data is being used to solve mobility issues, manage traffic real-time and empower e-vehicles of the future. Truly impressive and inspiring digital transformation by TomTom.
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Agne Nainyte on How to drive Digital Transformation?Digital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
Another great read to get a different perspective how business can rethink their business in the digital age. The author David L. Rogers suggests that digital #mtransformation is not about technology but about strategy. So companies should rather put their resources in upgrading their strategic thinking in 5 areas: 1. Customers. They are dynamically connected and interacting in ways that are changing their relationships to business. Instead of mass markets, we see customer networks. 2. Competition. We are moving into more fluid industry boundaries where our biggest competitors may come from outside of our industry. 3. Data. Today it's being generated everywhere and becoming a vital part of almost every business operation. 4. Innovation. Digital technologies enable a different approach to innovation - through rapid experimentation instead of big-bet decisions. 5. Value. Traditionally value propositions were seen relatively constant whereas these days it's crucial to continuously seize emerging opportunities, divest where necessary and adapt early.
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Agne Nainyte on How to drive Digital Transformation?Digital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
Data is the new gold! These were the headlines hitting business news not too long ago... Now data is being called the new oil! And rightfully so. Only in the last few years the majority of currently existing data has been generated. Companies are rallying to explore how #data can magically transform their business. I agree that “data is the new oil” is a better description. While it’s a powerful fuel for companies to drive their business growth or survival, it also imposes an impact to our environment which we need to consider. Data centers worldwide consume more electricity than the total UK population, which accounts for 3% of greenhouse gas emissions, which on it’s turn is more than the total aviation industry. Around 40% of energy consumed by data centers is used to cool down the servers. While tech companies are working hard to find solutions how to decrease electricity usage by placing data centers in cold countries or using renewable energy, Google deserves a special recognition. Their data centers use 40% less energy than the industry standard. To sum up, as business leaders we should think more critically about the data we generate and collect the one which we plan to use.

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Cristian DumitruDeveloper, Singer, Writer
In my opinion the human is too focused on taking advantage of everything, we don't have limits. Saying "collect the one which plan to use" is beautiful and make a lot of sense, but humans are animals, you will never see someone saying "we must take just the oil we need because of the barrels we have to buy. I agree with you but we will never take just what we need, we (as humans) will take everything we can (I'm not saying that's right but that's our nature) I'm so sorry if I made a lot of mistakes, I'm just trying to learn English. Thank you very much for sharing that kind of posts ❤️
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