It is even more crucial to experiment during a turbulent economic climate – to introduce new products, new services, and new processes, writes Tan Kwang Meng of K2.
Innovation and creativity may not come naturally to everyone but that doesn't mean it cannot be fostered, encouraged and developed, according to the head of innovation and creativity programmes at Google Inc.
In the middle of the battleground between startups and traditional companies, there is space for collaboration – if both parties can stop looking at each other as threats, that is.
SME Corp CEO Hafsah Hashim shares her thoughts on what’s holding Malaysian SMEs back.
As more businesses are disrupted, CIOs are faced with new opportunities to grasp and new challenges to overcome, writes Gavin Selkirk of BMC.
It was a rare day on the Tech Talk show that Karamjit Singh spoke about a biotech firm and brought a guest on board as well. He also shared the key factors why two Japanese companies in the region have pulled out from their e-commerce investments.
58% of senior IT and business executives in a Harvard Business Review Analytic Services study expect significant changes to their business model over the next three years.
CIOs need to understand and help solve business needs, or risk becoming obsolete, writes Benjamin Cher.
If there is a good time for Malaysian companies to start embarking on a digital transformation agenda, it would be this year as economic growth is expected to slow down, a Gartner research director argued.
Anwar Jumabhoy looks at the ‘US Technology Wealth Creation’ model, and whether it can be adopted by other countries.