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Top 10 Strategic Predictions for 2015 and Beyond: Digital Business Is Driving 'Big Change'

Published: 04 October 2014

ID: G00269904

Analyst(s): Frances Karamouzis , William Maurer , Angela McIntyre , Earl Perkins , Ken Dulaney , Julie Short , Daryl Plummer , Mike McGuire , Kelsie Marian , Leslie Fiering , Claudio Da Rold , Jennifer Polk , Ruby Jivan , Robert Handler , Jake Sorofman , Bryan Taylor , Andrew Frank , Alexander Drobik , Adam Sarner , Elise Olding , Jorge Lopez , Michael Shanler

Summary

Digitalization and the digital business are catalysts of change that are affecting the human-machine relationship and driving better customer outcomes. IT leaders should use Gartner's predictions as planning assumptions on which to base their strategic plans.

Table Of Contents

Analysis

  • What You Need to Know
    • Machines Are Taking a More-Active Role in Enhancing Human Endeavors
    • Digitalized Things Are Making Assisted Economic Decisions
    • Renovating the Customer Experience Is a Digital Priority
    • Selecting Predictions
  • Strategic Planning Assumptions

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