Régine Debatty blogs on we-make-money-not-art.com, contributes to several European design and art magazines and lectures internationally about the way artists, hackers and interaction designers (mis)use technology.
Ken Sinclair: your understanding of where on the adoption curve the technology around you and part of you is, is the value you bring to your company and our industry.
Source: „I find it interesting that in the blur of technology at this year’s IBcon in Vegas; the largest gathering of authorities with international case studies on the topic of open architected, interoperable and integrated IP centric smart, connected, high performance and intelligent buildings, my biggest takeaway is that it is the people of our industry many of who are part of our AutomatedBuildings.com collaboratory are our cashable assets, not technology.
Keynote speaker Geoffrey Moore's, pragmatic and systematic approach to the chaos created by technological innovation provided insight and guidance to the adoption journey.
This was an excellent message for us all to get our heads around where we are on the adoption curve. In his presentation, The Innovation Adoption Curve and Its Relevance to Commercial and Corporate Real Estate, he mapped out all the milestones of the journey.”
My observation is that your understanding of where on the adoption curve the technology around you and part of you is, is the value you bring to your company and our industry.