Pete has worked in the technology and business change space for over 30 years. He's worked globally for large public sector and governmental bodies and for large private sector multinationals across numerous industry sectors.
In looking for business benefits most organisations face similar issues. Finding and driving out benefits is like a ‘leaky bucket’, in that once initially delivered they quickly become difficult to trace and qualify. The bucket empties faster than you can fill it up. Many organisations have a poor history of benefits realisation and find it
Introduction It’s sometimes hard to see beyond the bad news, but the world is approaching an age of abundance. For example, solar power is exponentially improving in terms of efficiency, and the cost is falling at a similar rate. Being able to desalinate seawater (solar powered) will transform the equatorial world and will lead to
Are we really headed towards a future without jobs? This is THE question of our time, everyone is paying attention to the remarkable explosion of progress in technology. It’s a question that’s been asked so many times in the past, perhaps this time we should be asking “is it different this time?” The fear that
The BBC reported on Friday that automated HGVs are to be trialled on Britain’s roads, marking another development in transport automation. ‘Platooning’, where vehicles drive insanely close to each other and are controlled by wifi, is already commonplace in the Netherlands, where it’s already been successfully trialled, and in some US states. In a platoon the