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Digitalization is changing markets and businesses to an unprecedented extent. By 2030, the pace of change will increase dramatically. But how can one profit from this and become a winner of this digital change? In his guest article, Jens-Uwe Meyer (expert on Innovation and Digitalization) shows how disruptive thinking succeeds and how it helps you, the team and the whole company.

In the past, a good idea was enough to be successful for years, but in the age of digitalization and globalization, the pressure to innovate is many times greater. Innovation cycles are becoming shorter, disruptions more profound and framework conditions more volatile. One answer is the Collaborative Company Building.

Since 2011, global indirect spending has risen by about 7 percent annually. Nevertheless, companies still do not pay the attention they deserve to indirect purchasing categories. In contrast, leading purchasing organizations are increasingly adopting a radically new understanding of the contribution that indirect procurement can make.

In a blog entry, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced the "largest purchase of renewable energies in history" on the international action day of the Fridays for Future movement. The Internet group will purchase a package from a total of 1,600 megawatts in the USA, Chile and Europe. "Taken together, these transactions will increase our global portfolio of wind and solar energy contracts by more than 40 percent to 5,500 MW," writes Pichai. This corresponds to the capacity of one million solar roofs.

The next era of computing will stretch our minds into a spooky new world that we're jus starting to understand.

Today people all around the world will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of one of humanity’s greatest technological achievements: landing on the Moon.

Technology has undergone immense change since 1969. The computer systems and software that took Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins to our nearest celestial neighbor pale in comparison to the smartphones we carry around in our pockets today.

There is no doubt that the digital transformation has gained momentum in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In the meantime, 71 percent of companies in the DACH region have developed a digital agenda. In the previous year, this was only the case for about half of the companies.

Even though the terms digitization and digital transformation are often used synonymously in everyday language, they describe "two fundamentally different approaches". Many companies claimed to be transforming themselves digitally, but on closer inspection, it was often merely a matter of digitally mapping existing processes and not of transforming the business model.

The kitchen is the center for real-life connectivity. It’s a place where we all belong—where food, cooking and people interconnect. Of all the rooms in our homes, the kitchen is the center of energy, activity, comfort, and creativity—the beating heart of any dwelling. In the coming decade, as our environments and habits change, the kitchen as we know it will evolve drastically.

Ambidexterity is a new buzzword in the management of digitally transformed companies. What is behind the "two-handed" leadership principle and how can CIOs use it to their advantage?

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