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  • An executive’s guide to software development (McKinsey)  “…In his 2013 message to GE shareholders, CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt wrote, “We believe that every industrial company will become a software company.”
  • Product managers for the digital world (McKinsey)
  • An operating model for company-wide agile development (McKinsey)
  • Wall Street to CEOs: The Future Is Now
    “…Ford Motor Co.’s  recent decision to boot then-Chief Executive Mark Fields, a 28-year veteran of the company, exemplified a shift in the priorities of big companies across the U.S. The message is simple: In an age of rapid disruption by the software and tech industries, a leader have to pick up the tempo and make riskier bets sooner… or else…”
  • European Digital Wallet Landscape
  • Google’s New Feature Can Match Ad Clicks With In-Store Purchases
  • South Korea has the highest concentration of robots in the world

  • Drones transform working lives. Unmanned aircraft are employed in professions from archaeology to farming
  •  Elon Musk’s Boring Company releases new images of its electric vehicle concept for passengers
  • A Chinese company is offering free training for US coal miners to become wind farmers
  • NASA just released the first inside-look of Jupiter’s rings

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson introduces his latest book, “Astrophysics for People in a Hurry.”

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