Technomics: future thinking, change making

Our Chief Technology and Innovation Office has started a new video series called 'Technomics', featuring our CTOs discussing the trends in different technology domains. Enjoy!

The unknowns that influence technology and businesses are increasing exponentially. In this realm of uncertainty how do you anticipate, differentiate and operationalize to win, both today and tomorrow?

It’s not just the technological, economic and social shifts that worry business leaders. The “unknown unknowns” are an ever-present risk looming on the horizon.

The technology leaders within the Capgemini Group believe that we are entering a new era, one in which society will harness the power of technology. Organizations and leaders need to adapt to changing behavior and expectations, moving from trying to predict the future to “asking the right questions” about it.

8 episodes

Join us, as we explore these questions for technology domains that are set to be the most influential change agents through our web series: Technomics – Future Thinking, Change MakingThere are 8 episodes planned. Below you will find the first one in the series.

Episode 1

The first episode of Technomics features Patrick Nicolet, Capgemini Group CTO and Michiel Boreel, Sogeti CTO globally, discussing that we are entering into an era where society will regain control over technology. So how should business leaders start to prepare for that? 

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    Therese Sinter
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