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LiveWorx 2017

ThingWorx: Platform for Management Revolution

Session Description

In the second Harvard Business Review (HBR )article, Jim Heppelmann and Professor Porter raised the challenge, "For companies grappling with the transition (to the IoT), organizational issues are now center stage - and there is no playbook. We are just beginning the process of rewriting the organization chart that has been in place for decades." We will argue that ThingWorx can be much more than a technical IoT platform. It can answer the question by being a platform for management change, away from hierarchy and linear processes, to an integrated circular management form revolving around a REAL-TIME IoT data hub. It can break down information silos, improve efficiency and also spark innovation by allowing departments to work collaboratively -- and even integrate supply chain and distribution partners as well as customers. See bit.ly/1RKZa37 for more.


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Additional Information
IoT Strategies and Business Models
IoT
How IoT can be a platform for dramatic management change.
How this will require an extraordinary shift in management thinking, away from hierarchy to collaboration.
The results will be not only more efficiency and precision, but also new creativity.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
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