i.CONECT 360° IT & Technology Minds 2014
Discover The Multi Touchpoint Concept
Der IT & Strategie Event für Unternehmen, IT Entscheider und IT Visionäre, die kreativ nach neuen Ideen, Innovationen und Lösungen für ihr Business und deren operative Umsetzung suchen!
i.CONECT ist DIE Business Plattform für Entscheidungsträger und CXOs im IT-Bereich. Seit mehr als 3 Jahren bringen wir mit Qualität, Zuverlässigkeit und Genauigkeit Sie als Entscheidungsträger & Visionäre, Ihren Investitionsvorhaben & Projekten, Themen & Trends in Berlin zusammen.
Dabei unterstützen wir Sie, Ihre bestmögliche Business-Strategie zu kreieren, zu evaluieren, zu benchmarken und umzusetzen. Für dieses Konzept haben sich bereits mehr als 4000 zufriedene Kunden und 500 Partner entschieden – weltweit.
KEYNOTES IN 2014
Rolf Dobelli, a Swiss Writer, Novelist and Entrepreneur.
He has an MBA and a PhD in economic philosophy from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. Dobelli is cofounder of getAbstract, the world's leading provider of book summaries. Dobelli has written six works of fiction. Most famously, he is author of The Art Of Thinking Clearly, which became an instant success and landed on the number 1 spot on Germany's official Bestseller list and has been translated in many languages. Dobelli is also founder and curator of ZURICH.MINDS, an invitation-only community of the most distinguished thinkers, scientists and artists.
Moshe Rappoport, ISL Executive Technology Briefer, IBM / Zurich Research Laboratory
Since 1982, IBM Research has marshaled the unique capabilities of its worldwide community of top scientists to create the Global Technology Outlook (GTO). The GTO is a comprehensive analysis that looks three to ten years into the future seeking to identify significant, disruptive technologies that will change IBM and the world.
I present IBM Research's view of the future of IT technology to customers, academics, press, government officials etc. and challenge my listeners to think about the future confluence of technology, business and society.
My particular focus areas include future innovations in the Retail & Consumer Products, Health & Life Sciences, Education, and Travel industries.
Computer Science, Human Computer Interaction, Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, Medical Informatics, Mobile Computing, Multimedia, User Interface Technologies
Managing business complexity used to involve a trade-off: as businesses entered new geographies, developed new products, opened new channels, and added more granular customer segments, they made their offerings more complex with the intention of adding value.
But, as an almost inevitable consequence, companies also made it more difficult for customers and more unwieldy for their employees to get things done. With increased digitization, companies can finesse this trade-off and both increase value-adding complexity in their offerings while keeping processes for customers and employees simple.
Companies operating in this “complexity sweet spot” outperform their competitors. In this session, Martin Mocker explains how companies achieve this breakthrough in the digital world.
Prof. Dr. Martin Mocker, Research Scientist Center for Information Systems Research, MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, MA, USA und Professor an der ESB Business School, Reutlingen University
Martin Mocker is a Research Scientist at the MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research. In addition to research on IT strategy, architecture, and related issues, Martin works with European sponsors.
Martin is currently on leave from ESB Business School, Reutlingen University, Germany, where he is a professor of business administration and information systems. Previously, he held faculty positions at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, in the Netherlands and Hult International Business School in London. His research has been published in MIS Quarterly.
Before joining academia, Martin was an Engagement Manager and consultant at McKinsey & Company. There he worked with senior executives on issues related to IT and strategy, governance, organization, outsourcing, and cost management. His clients were from the banking, media, retail, and energy trading industries, as well as from the public sector.
Martin holds a doctoral degree from the University of Muenster and a degree in computer science and business administration from the University of Dortmund, Germany.
DAS SAGEN UNSERE KUNDEN
“Einer der besten Events, den ich in den letzten Jahren besuchen durfte – Chapeau!“
Stephan Simmang, Goldman Sachs AG
“Young, fresh, high-level, powerful, inspiring, completely different - You guys did a wonderful job.”
Kevin Jones, NASA
"Der professionellste IT-Event für IT Entscheider in Deutschland!"
Thomas Hübner, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Spider Lifecycle Managementsysteme
"Funky, innovative, informativ und interaktiv."
Wiebke Begere, Business Development Manager, iQuate
"Very interesting, very comprehensive."
Robert Libbey, Sr. Director Global Colleague Communications, Pfizer Inc.
"New contacts, ideas, sharing of prospectuses."
Marc Maret, CEO, Infocentric Research AG