Simply adopting the newest technologies such as mobility or unified communications and collaboration platforms cannot guarantee a rise in performance. In fact, in some cases, unprepared organizations may even see a significant loss in productivity.
Our upcoming webinar will focus on the findings of a recent research study that point toward strong and effective business resources as the most significant differentiator between companies who reap the full benefits of their IT investments and those who don’t.
Dr. Nils Olaya Fonstad of INSEAD’s eLab takes an in-depth look at the ways that business resources and technology investments can be combined to help, or hinder, an organization’s success.
Dr. Nils Olaya Fonstad is the Associate Director at eLab, a global research center within INSEAD (a leading European Business School). He focuses on how public and private institutions create value from the digital economy. Most recently, Dr. Fonstad completed a report titled "Building Competitiveness and Business Performance with ICT: How investments in new technologies can make companies more competitive", commissioned by AT&T.
Dr. Fonstad joined eLab in November 2008. Prior to that, he worked as a research scientist at the MIT Center for Information Systems Research (MIT CISR). He earned his PhD degree in Information Technology and Organization Studies from MIT Sloan School of Management; an MS from the MIT Technology and Policy Program; and a BS in Mechanical Engineering and BA in Film Studies from Cornell University.
Andrew Edison was appointed as the head of AT&T’s business in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) in August 2010.
Previously, Mr. Edison has held senior sales positions in Europe based both in London and Paris and was most recently Vice President Global Operations Planning for AT&T Business Solutions (ABS). Based in the US, he was accountable for leading the strategy and execution of key initiatives to drive the expansion of AT&T’s Global Business outside of the US. Before joining AT&T, Edison held sales leadership positions at Concert (an AT&T and BT Joint Venture), and before that at BT.
Edison holds a post graduate diploma from the Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK) and is a Fellow Institute of Professional Sales. He also completed the executive finance and accounting program at Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania.
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