Digitization has a profound effect on cities. Information about urban conditions can be captured in real-time, processed, and fed back into cities, enabling new ways to monitor, understand, and impact them. These transformations are on their way to revolutionize urban life.
Les entreprises de services financiers n'encouragent pas leurs employés à utiliser toutes leurs capacités intellectuelles. Pis, ce "management par la stupidité" serait à l'origine de la crise financière de la City, selon une nouvelle étude rédigée par les professeurs Andre Spicer et Mats Alvesson.
This week I thought it would be useful to look back and summarise how they fit together into an overall approach consisting of five steps; and then to revisit the reasons why it is so vitally important that we take those steps.
The first one was about how to determine a set of criteria, toolkits, frameworks and so forth to advise cities about how to build a roadmap and self-assess with respect to “smartness” objectives. The second was about the role of smart cities in a broader European competitiveness discussion.