TheWay on IoT PDF ✓ TheWay on PDF or Audio CD

TheWay on IoT PDF ✓ TheWay on PDF or Audio CD

TheWay on IoT ❰KINDLE❯ ❆ TheWay on IoT Author John Rossman – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Way on IoT is for the leader who wants to understand how the internet of things is transforming business and society Readers will discover business cases key concepts technologies and tools to hel The Way on IoT is for the leader who wants to understand how the internet of things is transforming business and society Readers will discover business cases key concepts technologies and tools to help develop explain and execute their own IoT approach through understanding ’s and other leading companies sophisticated IoT technologies and strategiesConnected devices wearables cloud TheWay on PDF or computing sensors machine learning and algorithms are all capabilities and technologies dramatically changing business government and organizational landscapes These are the core components enabling the internet of things which Harvard professor Michael Porter writes is the backbone for a third wave of technology led innovation and digital disruption This book gives you the easy recipes to identify the opportunities in your business.


10 thoughts on “TheWay on IoT

  1. Chris Esposo Chris Esposo says:

    Somewhat disappointing but with some interesting insights First the book is purely at the strategy level of IoT Absolutely nothing about the cost benefit of the devices the motivations for the design of their morphology which communication spectrum to use etc Although that's probably unrealistic to expect from a book like this the author should have included a bit of it as pure strategy documents are 910 totally uselessThat being said this book has some interesting insights into much of which can also be gotten from the 10 k andor Wikipedia for the company The text is organized around 10 principles for your IoT strategy The first and foremost principle is euivalent to 's leadership principle of customer obsessionThe usefulness of this idea is demonstrated by the countless innovations features driven by customer obsession and the fact that maintained their integrity to these principles during implementation despite the initial scepticism voiced by the marketstreet including free shipping for customers orders above 25 1 click shopping the ability to look into the book customer reviews etc Without a set of leading principles may not have stayed the course on some of these and they would have lost on the dividends With respect to IoT it's mostly related to selling the devices at close to cost as possible since the real revenue stream comes from all the activity captured by the platform A fairly mundane insight that either could have been gotten from a little thinking or college level microeconomics The other principles all describe various properties that your service ought to have including seamless omnichannel integration continuous improvement thinking bigstarting small data is the business model etcThe most interesting tidbit i got from the book was a few SOPs that implements to progress their projects including an explicit phase to define not only success criterions but reuired executive approval of proposed models of success mathematicalalgorithmic that can be independently tracked by a third party auditing agent This is definitely rigour appropriately deployed at the organizational level but not for the reasons given in the book Instead this approved model should help minimize political in fighting with respect to tracking the progress of the project or individual teammates politicking for personal gainsA closely related insight about 's operations was also that it utilized the system dynamics modelling methodology to model devicebusinesscustomer pipedatacapital interactions Being a practitioner myself I'm kicking myself having not leveraged this fact earlier Although it's still good to know for the futureOverall most of the book was common sense with a few nuggets of insights into Good intro to the business of IoT seasoned practitioners industry seniors will get a few new thoughts from the book Conditional recommend for newbs or if you can get it cheap on sale


  2. Kelly Kelly says:

    I think Rossman does a great job describing 's culture but does a poor job on providing a playbook on IoT Likening Kindle to an IoT solution is a bit disingenuous; Alexa absolutely The author points to reading his earlier book to understand 's culture I have a good enough understanding based on this text alone A better book on the topic is O'Reilly's Enterprise IoT I also have Sinclair's IOT Inc but haven't cracked it open yet


  3. Brian Potter Brian Potter says:

    How to think about digital disruption This is a very good introduction to how to think about digital disruption not just IOT by focusing on the business problems to be solved and how to accelerate your business using IOT Lots of insights here but no silver bulletsit reuires discipline and lots of hard work


  4. Joe Narvaez Joe Narvaez says:

    I listened to the audio book I loved the idea of developing formulas for business processes Customer obsession and avoiding short term gains for long term ones was especially good The concept of failing forward as a culture All good stuff The only reason I take a point away is cause author was a bit repetitive


  5. Greg M Greg M says:

    Not applicable to all products but it creates a skeleton that you can follow with a proposed IoT product In addition you are provided a large number of uestions to ask yourself that causes you to reflect on the product and produce a complete vision of your desired result and how useful it should be Definitely worth reading because it provokes thoughtful introspection


  6. Ahmad Shuhait Ahmad Shuhait says:

    this book is recommended for business readersit is not diving deep in IoT world but it is showing another perspective in harnessing the IoT in business and general projects with an awesome referencing to 's experience


  7. Christopher Christopher says:

    More interesting than I had expected uite informative on topics I had known little about A lot of crossover with Rossman’s first book but that’s not necessarily a bad thing as key principles are reinforced


  8. Arda Gezdur Arda Gezdur says:

    1 project charter instead of gantt chart2 future press release


  9. Pedro Chaves Pedro Chaves says:

    Pretty good the application of principles into a new business Definitely worth reading


  10. Mad Hab Mad Hab says:

    Half of the book is not about IoT at all


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10 thoughts on “TheWay on IoT

  1. Chris Esposo Chris Esposo says:

    Somewhat disappointing but with some interesting insights First the book is purely at the strategy level of IoT Absolutely nothing about the cost benefit of the devices the motivations for the design of their morphology which communication spectrum to use etc Although that's probably unrealistic to expect from a book like this the author should have included a bit of it as pure strategy documents are 910 totally uselessThat being said this book has some interesting insights into much of which can also be gotten from the 10 k andor Wikipedia for the company The text is organized around 10 principles for your IoT strategy The first and foremost principle is euivalent to 's leadership principle of customer obsessionThe usefulness of this idea is demonstrated by the countless innovations features driven by customer obsession and the fact that maintained their integrity to these principles during implementation despite the initial scepticism voiced by the marketstreet including free shipping for customers orders above 25 1 click shopping the ability to look into the book customer reviews etc Without a set of leading principles may not have stayed the course on some of these and they would have lost on the dividends With respect to IoT it's mostly related to selling the devices at close to cost as possible since the real revenue stream comes from all the activity captured by the platform A fairly mundane insight that either could have been gotten from a little thinking or college level microeconomics The other principles all describe various properties that your service ought to have including seamless omnichannel integration continuous improvement thinking bigstarting small data is the business model etcThe most interesting tidbit i got from the book was a few SOPs that implements to progress their projects including an explicit phase to define not only success criterions but reuired executive approval of proposed models of success mathematicalalgorithmic that can be independently tracked by a third party auditing agent This is definitely rigour appropriately deployed at the organizational level but not for the reasons given in the book Instead this approved model should help minimize political in fighting with respect to tracking the progress of the project or individual teammates politicking for personal gainsA closely related insight about 's operations was also that it utilized the system dynamics modelling methodology to model devicebusinesscustomer pipedatacapital interactions Being a practitioner myself I'm kicking myself having not leveraged this fact earlier Although it's still good to know for the futureOverall most of the book was common sense with a few nuggets of insights into Good intro to the business of IoT seasoned practitioners industry seniors will get a few new thoughts from the book Conditional recommend for newbs or if you can get it cheap on sale

  2. Kelly Kelly says:

    I think Rossman does a great job describing 's culture but does a poor job on providing a playbook on IoT Likening Kindle to an IoT solution is a bit disingenuous; Alexa absolutely The author points to reading his earlier book to understand 's culture I have a good enough understanding based on this text alone A better book on the topic is O'Reilly's Enterprise IoT I also have Sinclair's IOT Inc but haven't cracked it open yet

  3. Brian Potter Brian Potter says:

    How to think about digital disruption This is a very good introduction to how to think about digital disruption not just IOT by focusing on the business problems to be solved and how to accelerate your business using IOT Lots of insights here but no silver bulletsit reuires discipline and lots of hard work

  4. Joe Narvaez Joe Narvaez says:

    I listened to the audio book I loved the idea of developing formulas for business processes Customer obsession and avoiding short term gains for long term ones was especially good The concept of failing forward as a culture All good stuff The only reason I take a point away is cause author was a bit repetitive

  5. Greg M Greg M says:

    Not applicable to all products but it creates a skeleton that you can follow with a proposed IoT product In addition you are provided a large number of uestions to ask yourself that causes you to reflect on the product and produce a complete vision of your desired result and how useful it should be Definitely worth reading because it provokes thoughtful introspection

  6. Ahmad Shuhait Ahmad Shuhait says:

    this book is recommended for business readersit is not diving deep in IoT world but it is showing another perspective in harnessing the IoT in business and general projects with an awesome referencing to 's experience

  7. Christopher Christopher says:

    More interesting than I had expected uite informative on topics I had known little about A lot of crossover with Rossman’s first book but that’s not necessarily a bad thing as key principles are reinforced

  8. Arda Gezdur Arda Gezdur says:

    1 project charter instead of gantt chart2 future press release

  9. Pedro Chaves Pedro Chaves says:

    Pretty good the application of principles into a new business Definitely worth reading

  10. Mad Hab Mad Hab says:

    Half of the book is not about IoT at all

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