In August, Jacques Bughin, Michael Chui, and James Manyika, published an update of 8 business technology trends identified by McKinsey two-and-a-half years earlier, in December 2007.
According to McKinsey 8 trends turned into 10, merging 2 of them and adding 3 new ones.
Let us take a few days to compare trend by trend, starting with an overview.
1. Distributed cocreation moves into the mainstream
2. Making the network the organization
3. Collaboration at scale
4. The growing 'Internet of Things'
5. Experimentation and big data
6. Wiring for a sustainable world
7. Imagining anything as a service
8. The age of the multisided business model
9. Innovating from the bottom of the pyramid
10. Producing public good on the grid.
1. Distributing cocreation
2. Using consumers as innovators
3. Tapping into a world of talent
4. Extracting more value from interactions
Managing capital and assets
5. Expanding the frontiers of automation
6. Unbundling production from delivery
Leveraging information in new ways
7. Putting more science into management
8. Making businesses from information.