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The next wave of digitization


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The next wave of digitization

  1. 1. The Next Wave of Digitization Zacharie Bennis, Mathieu Jasinski, Brieu Staelens, Maxime Aulit, Baptiste Ducarmois, Thomas Schooneyt
  2. 2. Table of contents  Executive Summary  The inflection point  Three driving forces  Dramatic effects  Inevitable trade-offs  A question on timing  The speed of Digitization  Conclusion
  3. 3. Executive summary  New digital approaches to business have come on the scene  Entering an even more rapid period of change  Three powerful forces : - Consumer demand - Push for new technologies - Prospect of even greater economic benefits
  4. 4. Executive summary  All companies will be affected and will have to build the right capabilities : - To remain relevant in the digitized environment; - To achieve growth; - To fend off competitive threats.  All companies have to make the right choices in the right places, at the right time.
  5. 5. Executive summary  This perspective provides guidance to CEOs and their management teams about : - the relevance of digitization in their respetive industries - the factors most likely to accelerate or decelerate the digitization phenomenon.
  6. 6. The inflection point  Example of Digitization - To buy cinema tickets right on Facebook and to invite their friends to joint hem. - To receive coupons for deep discounts (Groupon) - Ranchers are embedding into their cattle sensors that send back data on health for analysis.
  7. 7. The inflection point  Figures of the wave of digitization - 4.6 billion phones continually send information on the location - 10 billion applications have been downloaded from Apple’s App Store. - 79 percent of workers in Western nations currently depend on the Internet.
  8. 8. The inflection point But the coming wave will remake our world all over again. the trend to global digitization will only accelerate and the digitization invades every aspect of our lives. - Cloud computing, Social Networking
  9. 9. The inflection point  The CEO will have to make a stark choice :  How to invest ?  watch the digital revolution unfold, and run the risk of being outflanked by more forward-thinking OR Begin to invest now in the internal and external digital capabilities.
  10. 10. Three driving forces  First Driving Force : the Consumer Demand  /Thomas/  Second Driving Force : the Technology Push  /Thomas/  Third Driving Force : the Economics Benefits • • • too early to quantify the benefits Many investments each years Country pushing that digitalization
  11. 11. Digital Development in the Worl     Developed Markets • Advantage but aging infrastructure • Slow politics China • largest number of Internet users India • strong potential human level The Middle East •  dependent on money from oil and gas Emerging Markets • do not yet have the infrastructure or knowledge
  12. 12. Dramatic effects  Business and consumer insight  The companies Will have more and more informations about the consumer.  Social activities, voting, finances, location  Nowadays, consumer digitize their lifestyle. Furthermore, there surrender by more sensors and devices.
  13. 13. Dramatics effects  Business   and customer insights Example of impact; Retailers will be able to adapt even faster their products to the taste of the customer. Johan Bollen has analyzed millions of tweet to detect the national mood. It predicted the impact on the down jones.
  14. 14. Dramatic Effects  Productivity    The labor productivity will dramatically rise. There will more automation process New techniques cheaper will emerge  Example; cloud,…  the use of digital prototype, the The investment will be more accurate (more date)
  15. 15. Dramatic Effects  New  value pools and value shifts They are three shift in productivity and business.  Most shift will take place within the industries. The laggard and the winner will be clearly separated.  Consumer will gain; the prices will be cheaper, more attractive offer,… but also an better offer.  They will be the next wave in capital investment.
  16. 16. Dramatic Effects  New     value pools and value shifts Publisher and new media has lower revenues du to the new technologies. There is a widespread concern that the new technologies will destroy this sector. Although, other industries have been moderately affected by digitization. They expect an ongoing digitization trough the industries which will rise they revenues.
  17. 17. Dramatic Effects  New  value pools and value shifts For the consumer  Du to digitalization they’ll get a better control on their needs  The house gas consumption will decrease, they be able to cut back on unnecessary travel.
  18. 18. Dramatic Effects  Digitization will have a deep impact on the planet  Benefits will be highly felt by population  It will extend to all parts of human footprint
  19. 19. Inevitable trade-offs   Digitizing a company is expensive CEO has to decide where and how to invest:     How will digitization impact my business model and positioning within my industry’s value chain? How can I best identify and enter areas where value is being created? What areas of my business offer new entrants clear opportunities to disrupt my business model? Which capabilities do I need to build to be a leader?
  20. 20. A question of timing  Speed of digitization varies from market to market  Investments as well  executives must gauge their response
  21. 21. The speed of Digitization  Privacy problems are rising, governments could abuse of this array of technologies.
  22. 22. The speed of Digitization  Economics    and risks A relative infrastructure is already in place to support digitization. But the amount of investment required to have a full structure is too important. Governments pay Billions each years.
  23. 23. The speed of Digitization  Economics   and risks This is not possible to invest in both economics and digitization. This not compatible. Also, malfunctions and accidents may occur. Thus, these questions about placing faith into digital environment.
  24. 24. The speed of Digitization  Regulation  and legal considerations There is a considerable support for digitization  Example;  governmental and institution. The debate on the regulation digital infrastructure, regulation and faire use will ongoing.
  25. 25. The speed of Digitization  Technology  A numbers of trends are promoting the digitization  The implementation of high speed-fixed equipment and mobile networks are ongoing.  The internet economy has significantly rise due to Metcalfe’s Law.  More users are using the cloud services.
  26. 26. The speed of Digitization  Technology  For the CEO and the executive team knowing the accelerators and decelerators for the digitization is crucial.
  27. 27. Digitizing the High-Tech Sector   The speed of the transformation of economy by digitization will surprise many players. They must rethink everything from the start to the end.
  28. 28. Digitizing the High-Tech Sector  Understand need for the change  For example; IBM has buy many companies to help them making the change.  The IBM’s slogan underline this shifting; « Smatter Planet ».
  29. 29. Digitizing the High-Tech Sector   However, the supplier of high-tech hardware and software. Had made a little – or none- effort for the shift. Therefore, they will not compete with long thinking terms rivals.
  30. 30. Digitizing the High-Tech Sector  These changes including the following; A shift from moving boxes to software-based, cloud-centric business models supplying services on demand.  A true multichannel approach  A more complex ecosystem with much higher quality products and services  More competition  The need for operator to learn a new role.
  31. 31. Conclusion  The rate of change  accelerating  No surprise  Take  decisions Overcome their shortcomings in terms of their capital.