Splice-station-sidebar-header
No-podcasts
Ad
 

IBM Institute for Business Value: Insights and Perspectives Podcast: Episodes

Defense forces can improve coalition effectiveness by enhancing collaborative ways of working, sharing information and exploiting technology – as well as making long-term operational changes to ensure continuous improvement in collaboration performance. John Reiners from IBM’s Institute for Business ...
The time is right for governments to invest in identity management programs and though the level of political and public opposition may appear daunting, a practical approach to design and implementation can help overcome resistance. Tammy Kulesa, IBM Global Business Services Government Industry talks ...
Cities around the world face common transport challenges – from increasing congestion, safety concerns and aging infrastructure to a lack of funding and increasing environmental impacts. Tammy Kulesa with IBM's Global Business Services Government Industry talks with John Reiners of IBM's Institute ...
After the storm, the financial world is searching for a new order. While banking institutions are wondering where they will make money in the future, the insurance industry has always felt secure in its stability. Wyatt Urmey, Global Insurance Industry Marketing Manager talks Christian Bieck the Insurance ...
As cities wield increasing economic, political and technological power, they are gaining greater control over the quality of services they provide to their people and businesses. Instrumented and interconnected core systems are providing new levels of intelligence that allow for synergistic interaction ...
People are communicating more things to more people than ever before, and not just by phone anymore. Internet-enabled communication models are gaining audience, attention and market share at the expense of traditional telecommunication providers. Rob Van den Dam, the European telecom sector leader of ...
While many competitors will be focused solely on improving cash positions or drastically cutting expenses, solid retail industry performers can approach this new economic environment as an opportunity to grab market share, increase customer loyalty and distance themselves from the competition.
With digital consumers increasingly in control of their media experience and advertisers shifting their spend to more interactive, measurable formats, content owners, media distributors and agencies must move beyond traditional advertising to combine granularity of targeting and measurement with cross-platform ...
Online retailing is the fastest-growing industry segment and many are finding success there, with sales expected to comprise 10 percent of total U.S. retail sales by 2011, up from 7 percent in 2007. Laura VanTine, a Managing Consultant with IBM Global Business Services talks with Maureen Stancik Boyce, ...
In apparel retailing, a mature and intensely competitive market with increasingly diverse and well-informed customers, competitive differentiation is more important and more difficult to sustain than ever. Laura VanTine, a Managing Consultant with IBM Global Business Services talks with Maureen Stancik ...
E-readiness is a measure of the quality of a country’s information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and the ability of its consumers, businesses and governments to use ICT to their benefit. When a country uses ICT to conduct more of their activities, its economy can become more transparent ...
By becoming an Integrated Finance Organization (IFO), CFOs can empower their organizations to perform better, respond quicker and reduce risk effects profoundly by mandating standards and providing enterprise Finance governance. Steve Rogers, Financial Management Lead at the IBM Institute for Business ...
Geographical expansion, market shifts, tougher regulations, geopolitical uncertainties and more complex operating environments are intensified by a troubling shortage of much-needed skills. Penny Koppinger, a consultant with IBM’s Institute for Business Value talks with Nikos Kourtis, IBM’s Workforce ...
Globalization is placing new demands on today's metals, mining and forest and paper companies -especially in running effective operations on a global scale and sustaining a strong, profitable business. Al Henderson, a consultant with IBM's Institute for Business Value talks with Dirk Claessens, a global ...
As new companies enter the aircraft maintenance business and others change or expand their value propositions, MRO providers will be compelled to become more collaborative, more open - and more competitive. Al Henderson, a consultant with IBM's Institute for Business Value, talks with Ralph Carpenter, ...
The strain that global economic growth is placing on the supply of commodities and the environment has been well documented. But perhaps less well understood are the difficulties this expansion is causing today's organizations as they strive to make the best use of their most important assets: their ...
The world is currently changing at an increasingly rapid pace, driven by six "megatrends": deepening globalization, large scale population trends, accelerating technological progress, the "Omni Consumer," the corporate social responsibility imperative and growing political uncertainty. Jim O'Keeffe media ...
Please wait...