In 2017 the democratisation of data will come into its own, but paradoxically, with greater data governance. The democratisation of data, that is self-service by the casual user (a business person), will come into its own, and inevitably create the need for greater data governance. As a
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Field service management hit the headlines in 2016 as automation, the Internet of Things and servitisation reshaped the way we service and maintain capital assets. These trends have now trickled down to the supply chain, providing a fresh approach to age old headaches.
The abundance and accessibility of data mean that organisations have huge potential to improve business. Once upon a time, experience and intuition drove progress, but that’s become the stuff of fairy tales in a world in which credible decision-making is a construct of fact and logic.
Technology will continue to be one of the biggest disrupting forces in big business in 2017, with innovations such as blockchain and robo-advice.
In the past few years the use of digital technology in the classroom has become the norm.
There is now an entire generation of students who don’t remember not having a smartphone or tablet computer.