New qualities of being for the enterprise. Evolution of enterprises. Position paper from the enterprise. The enterprise be it an individual or a multinational is the catalyst of growth. Enterprises are a reflection of how society is organised. How services, products are presented to customers to cover a need. New forms to fulfill the needs demand new technology, new technology allows new ways of fulfilling the needs of customer in new ways. Mention the qualities of being. Focus on how to provide services fix the way enterprise design the business processes and so on. Evolution towards networked economy.
New digital media, new service platforms, new technology presented to the enterprise. Technology emergence. Emphasis IoT, FI… but what does it mean for the enterprise? The enterprise, The individuals generate growth, create jobs. Technology emergence & availability is not synonim of growth. Technology should meet the enterprise values – qualitites of being.
Third industrial revolution, renewal energy sources, knowledge economy, invisible & social computing. Why slow adoption. Technology does not evolve at the same pace than development models, value models/systems, business paradigms. Barriers to adoption of traditional ICT remain for FI
Align H202 strategy – industrial leadership, societal challenges, excellence science with open consultation. Mention different voices and what should be expected from outcome. Connections to be made. Strong connections, reveal links across thematic areas, industrial leadership in digital business innovation
Where to focus to move forward. Only on??? Can we afford??
Collaborative Awareness Spaces to align future business and future enterprise systems and technologies. Technology with a mission.
8 areas of innovation (product-service-process-technology-organisation- strategy-marketing- business)
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PRESENTERS: OSCAR LAZARO, JESPER THESTRUPFInES Cluster MeetingFInES Cluster MeetingBrussels, May 6Brussels, May 6thth, 2013, 2013
0 Enterprise Business EvolutionFInES Cluster Meeting, May 6th, 2013 3Inventive HumanisticCognizantCommunity-orientedLiquidAgileSensingSustainableGlocal
0 2013 Top 10 Technology Trends for BusinessFInES Cluster Meeting, May 6th, 2013 4
0 Third Industrial Revolution (The Economist)FInES Cluster Meeting, May 6th, 2013 5
Industry & Market DrivenEnterprise ModelsFInES Cluster Meeting, May 6th, 2013 6ICT AcademicFoundationEntrepreneurship – SMEsSustainable Growth
FInES Cluster Meeting, May 6th, 2013 7Future EnterpriseSystemsFuture EnterpriseBusiness
FInES Cluster Meeting, May 6th, 2013 8Future EnterpriseSystemsFuture EnterpriseBusinessFuture Enterprise
0 ICT Technology is presented to the enterprise….0 Service platforms, Cloud-based Services, IoT, Social Computing, BigData Analysis, Mobile Collaboration, Virtual-real worldinteroperability.0 Digital media & ICT technology represent to the enterprise….0 a means to help organisations to better achieve business, informationand social-related functions.0 a support to improve impact of novel enterprise organisation modelsand business processes; e.g. mentoring, mobile collaboration,coaching, etc.0 an ecosystems to solve challenges, drive innovations, enhanceproductivity and meet new enterprise objectives-values-Qualitites ofBeing.0 a medium to understand business relationships in new ways.0 a catalyst for enterprise & business proliferation.FInES Cluster Meeting, May 6th, 2013 9
FInES Cluster Meeting, May 6th, 2013 10Favourable Conditionsfor New businessEnhance BusinessProcessesAssists the EnterpriseMeeting New ValuesSupport NewBusiness ModelsGenerate NewBusiness ProcessesICT &Enterprise
FInES Cluster Meeting, May 6th, 2013 11Future Internet,. Cloud-basedServices, IoT, Social Computing,Big Data Analysis, MobileCollaboration, Security, Virtual-real world interoperabilityCAPS, SensingEnterprise &FI & Service Platforms.Enhanced BusinessProcesses, NewBusiness ProcessesWebEntrepreneurship &Digital EnterpriseNew Business Values,New Business ModelsConditions for NewBusinesses,
Future Internet (FI-PPP)Web EntrepreneurshipSensing EnterpriseDigital EnterpriseCollective Awareness PlatformsFInES Cluster Meeting, May 6th, 2013 12Engage newstakeholders indeveloping visions ofnet innovation to beincluded in ECprogrammes andactivitiesEnable anddemonstrateinnovative servicesfor businesses andcitizens which buildupon the mostadvancedfunctionalities of thenetUnit E3 Net Innovation as a driver for Digital Business InnovationExplore andpioneer novel formsof technological anddigital societalinnovation which usethe full potential ofthe network effect
The FI-PPP may generate economic growth based on a virtuous cycle between ICT supplypush and demand pull Latent tension between application level added value, and generic platform levelopenness and utility Resolved through the definition, evaluation and effective operation of suitable businessmodels and multi-sectorial platforms Value creation should be inherently linked to the technological foundation of the FutureInternetKey outcomes and impact: Adoption of business innovation New means to support and foster entrepreneurship New forms of collaboration and enterprises New types of business relationships and business ecosystemsMain contributions to be provided to:Engaging stakeholders in developing visions of net innovationInnovative services for businesses and citizensTechnological and digital societal innovation
The entrepreneurial spirit can turn innovation and invention into a “start-up” digitalenterprise The defining forces are Thoughts, Motivation, Ambitions, Challenges, Successes – Overall:The Idea The opportunity should be available to feed on those forces that drive themPolicy challenge: “To turn the ambition and creativity of WEs into impact on a large andsustainable scale”Key outcomes and impact: Engine for promoting ideas, ambition, and disruption Turn innovation and invention into digital enterprise Deliver new business solutions Critical driver for future prosperity and jobsMain contributions to be provided to:Engaging stakeholders in developing visions of net innovationTechnological and digital societal innovation
A complex smart entity capable of sensing and reacting to a wide ranging set of (business)stimuli fusing the physical world and the virtual world Characterised by decentralised intelligence Enable the enterprise to acquire newcapabilities, new properties, and new and multiple identities The Sensing Enterprise is thus a major application of the IoT vision in the businessenvironment Depends upon the extent of integration of enterprise systems with IoT platforms andecosystems, as well as the incorporation of smart objects into business contextsKey outcomes and impact: New notions of business behaviours, forms, and relationships People & objects to be collaborating / competing partners Enterprises can more rapidly adapt to market changes (R)evolution of business processes & new value constellationsMain contributions to be provided to:Engaging stakeholders in developing visions of net innovationInnovative services for businesses and citizens
The Digital Enterprise takes full advantage of the net potential through the combination ofambient intelligence with IoT Capable of anticipating the right decision at the right timebased on events and facts thatrender it wise Communicating and reacting to (business) stimuli, learning, sensing its surroundings, andmaking judgments How to conduct business in an ever-changing environment appears more challenging thanever – the Digital Enterprise holds the credentials to become a successKey outcomes and impact: Promotes new ways of generating value Harnessing internal and external knowledge and capabilities Augment internal enterprise intelligence Becoming hubs for innovationMain contributions to be provided to:Engaging stakeholders in developing visions of net innovationInnovative services for businesses and citizens
ICT systems leveraging the "network effect" by combining open social media, distributedknowledge creation and IoT Awareness in a business environment implies a clear understanding of the enterprise,operational context, opportunities and risks CAPS are capable of ‘making sense’ of fragmented views through deterministic andstatistical models A new generation of expanded, networked, social platforms for co-creating business andsocial innovationKey outcomes and impact: New generation of expanded, networked, social platforms Link (smart) objects, people and knowledge to the enterprise Integration of knowledge and context for co-creativity Co-existence of Digital Business Innovation / Social InnovationMain contributions to be provided to:Engaging stakeholders in developing visions of net innovationTechnological and digital societal innovation
PRESENTERS: OSCAR LAZARO, JESPER THESTRUPCONTRIBUTORS: POSITION PAPER COORDINATION TEAM