Big Thinkers of 2014

Insight on the year’s hottest topics
Thought leaders from business management, academia and IT on four headline topics of 2014: the Internet of Things, big data, the evolving role of the CIO, and the shaping of the new industrial age.
  • A roadmap for the Internet of Things

    A roadmap for the Internet of Things

    CIOs and technology thought leaders — Jeroen Tas, Tsuneo Kawatsuma, Vito Di Bari, Mark Hurst and Dr Joseph Reger — map out the route to a device dominated world.
  • Why CIOs should be leading the digital revolution

    Why CIOs should be leading the digital revolution

    Technology and business experts — from UBS CIO Oliver Bussmann to innovation designer Vito Di Bari — outline the drivers of the new industrial age.
  • New dynamics for IT leadership

    New dynamics for IT leadership

    Fujitsu CTO and CIO Tsuneo Kawatsuma, management guru Seth Godin, CIO headhunter Martha Heller and other thought leaders on the career-defining challenges of today’s CIOs.
  • The big impact of big data on business and society

    The big impact of big data on business and society

    Perspectives on the potential for big data from Harper Reed, the former CTO of Obama for America, MIT professor of digital business Erik Brynjolfsson and other business and tech leaders.

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