In a global market, information technologies are radically transforming the way our scholars communicate, create, connect and consume information. How are information services and technologies being transformed to remain relevant for today and tomorrow?
The past decade has seen the radical transformation of fundamental business models in most industries. The effect of globalisation and new information technologies has flipped the business model where innovation is survival and steadiness is obsolescence. New paradigms have merged: consumers are no longer the market – they are often the creators; large organisations need to be agile; innovation in one field may be used to transform entire segments of life or be combined with innovations from non-related fields to produce unique solutions.
Our scholars are at the forefront of this transformation but are higher education information services and technologies keeping up? Are you playing in the shallows or in the deep blue sea? Or are you stuck in a rip struggling to stay afloat?
Who are your Lifesavers? Are you drowning or waving?
- How are you balancing risk and efficiency?
- What projects are too risky? Where is the boundary?
- Where are the opportunities?
- How are you transforming?
- What people are you investing in?
- What project(s) are you investing in?
- What is your strategy?
- What are the big bets?