personDean Anthony Gratton event

Digital Transformation: More than a buzzword it’s a shift in thinking

personDean Anthony Gratton event

How do you know you’ve successfully executed your digital transformation strategy for your business and customers?


personHayley Tanner event
H&C partner with RS to launch an innovative Visual Product Recognition chatbot
personHayley Tanner event

The latest addition to RS Components’ leading Digital platform, Quickfinder is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Digital Assistant featuring Visual Product Recognition technology that allows automated product identification with the click of a button.


personChris Middleton event
Tech Trends 2018: The year in innovation
personChris Middleton event

Hack & Craft News present a rundown of eight technology hotspots, strategic topics, and things to watch out for this year.


personJamie Clyde event
Can Innovation drive us into digital slavery?
personJamie Clyde event

At the height of the fallout from the Credit Crunch, I launched a new airport lounge venture called SLOW. The concept challenged conventional business thinking by creating a brand that championed


personHaydn Shaughnessy event
By cultivating its ecosystem, did Airbnb just show Uber how to run a platform?
personHaydn Shaughnessy event

Uber dominated business news last week with its President quitting after only six months and a growing sense that the company is dysfunctional culturally. Meanwhile Airbnb has launched its new experiences programme. It is clear which of the two is getting something right but what exactly is the secret sauce?


personChris Middleton event

AI: Friend or Foe? (Part II)

personChris Middleton event

In the second part of his report, Chris Middleton looks at the strategic challenge of implementing AI systems.


personPeter Vander Auwera event
How to change an industry sector
personPeter Vander Auwera event

How do you change the way an industry functions? Some people might say: that is the job of disruptors, maybe startups, maybe new entrants from other industries who come in and shake up the incumbents.


personDan Pontefract event
The challenge of thinking for yourself in work
personDan Pontefract event

Do you ever stop to consider what it meant to think openly? Wasn’t that your basic education at school and what your parents told you to do? Whatever happened to that? The question is important because today, more than ever, we are urged to be creative in our jobs. If you cannot think openly, how can you be creative? Introducing the open-thinking movement!


personHaydn Shaughnessy event
Think like a startup?
personHaydn Shaughnessy event

Should large companies be looking to act like a startup? Sure, but like everything in business, the simple idea carries important nuances.


personFin Goulding event
Extreme Visualisation: Methods for the Post Agile Enterprise
personFin Goulding event

It may be controversial to say it but much of what passes for “agile” in the enterprise is anything but. Agile was intended to replace waterfall development processes and it has - the result is many mini-waterfalls and, with that, a level of inefficiency that we don’t need to accept.