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In encouraging us to “throw away the box” Imtiaz is making the case for leaders in the 21st Century to be bold. They need to embrace innovation and be prepared to accept unknown outcomes. This is particularly challenging - and important - in large legacy organisations. It’s also far easier to say than to do. Where do we start? This book is based on both research and a wealth of hands-on experience. It makes for thought-provoking reading.
Professor Barry Dwolatzky, Emeritus Professor, School of Electrical and Information Engineering, Wits University
Imtiaz is an avid researcher in the field of advanced technology integration to enable business growth. He is also the co-founder and CEO of Perfected Execution, a technology and strategy research start-up. In addition he also has 23 years’ experience of large scale organisation technology transformations. He holds a PhD and M Eng degrees from the University of the Witwatersrand and strongly believes that by embracing advanced technologies, organisations, societies and economies can grow.
In searching for stability, certainty and constant equilibrium, Imtiaz looked in all directions, and no matter where he looked, he was faced with change. Change appeared in all its guises, but the one that he found to be profound in its impact was the velocity of the on going technological changes taking place today and into the future. That is the reality facing organisations that have existed pre the internet age. In his academic and professional quests to quench his thirst for knowledge on how to enable growth for such organisations, he has learned and will continue to learn what it will take for these types of organisations to thrive in this new era. With that in mind, this book is written to offer you a view of his thoughts on why these organisations have to embrace advanced technologies if they wish to thrive in the face of all these changes in the 4IR.
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- 17 juni 2020
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