Why Enterprises Love Blockchain Technology Crypto Finance Conference (CFC), (July 2020) On Medium (July 2020) Featuring Mark Mueller-Eberstein
Why have enterprises implemented thousands of blockchain-technology-based projects over the last few years?
The Impact of Blockchain Technology on Marketing
On martechexec (Feb 2018) Featuring Mark Mueller-Eberstein
Blockchain technology presents an opportunity as well as a threat and will dramatically affect the practice of marketing.
Discussion draft: Blockchain for Transparent Governance – Follow up from the 2018 Horasis discussion
(May 2018) Prepared by Mark Mueller-Eberstein, Eyal Granit, Joe Roets, Paul Sonier, Theo Gees
Blockchain: Unaufhaltsam im Kommen
Bank Information (May 2017)
Wie und Warum Blockchain-Technologie die Geschäftsmodelle von Banken und Finanzdienstleistern verändert.
Big Ideas Series: Will Blockchain be to Transactions what “Web” was to Communication?
On FSR’s Tech Collaborators
Blockchain technology potential goes far beyond the consumer space and might likely stretch in impact beyond the complete current financial system and central bank model.
What is Blockchain?
On the IntelligentHQ blog (August 10, 2016)
What is blockchain technology and how is it impacting our business? – First article in 4 Part series
Is Blockchain another Technology Tidal Wave?
On LinkedIn (August 9, 2016)
In short: Yes.
As many friends, partners and clients and asked me to explain “why and how Blockchain technology is so different, unique and transformational”, this article shares notes across a variety of “Blockchain questions” to spark further discussions.
From Ugly Duckling to Rockstar: T-Mobile’s Transformation In Just 6 Months
On the IntelligentHQ blog (March 13, 2014)
12 months ago, T-Mobile USA was dead last in all relevant business metrics between the 4 big players AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. Not anymore. How did this large organization transform behind a clear vision and with (sometimes appearing outlandish) leadership?
Change is possible!
On the Rutgers Center for Management Development blog (March 06, 2014)
Bold results start with a clear vision. Many of the examples of creating customer centric organizations with agile management are from smaller companies with enlightened and modern leadership (like Rovio, the maker of the “Angry Birds”). But large organizations can transform, too, with clear vision and leadership. The change requires more than solid leadership, though. It goes deeper with processes being transformed, modern technologies and methodologies leveraged, and people empowered to create simplicity and greater customer value.
Who is Not Afraid of Radical Change?
On the Great Leadership blog (March 20, 2012)
Organizations and society are transforming at radical speed. How can leaders keep up? Are they afraid? For sure we are. But can work ourselves and our organization into an environment of a “No Fear business”. [Continue reading…]
Hot topic: Leadership development discussion on Social Media
On the Rutgers Center for Management Development blog (February 9, 2012)
On the social networking site LinkedIn, the group discussions provide an interesting insight in the diversity of perspectives and opinions. Just a few days ago, Yogesh Bosmiya, the leader of an Indian property development company, posted the following question on the ”Leaders & Thinkers” discussion group [Continue reading…]
Be the Change You Want to See: Change Management and Leadership for an Agile World
On the Rutgers Business School – Executive Education blog (December 20, 2012)
We all are confronted with change in our world. Be it in our private life, professional environment or society around us. Technology and new ways of communicating and collaborating are opening doors of opportunities, but are also questioning our expertise and proven ways of doing our job. [Continue reading…]
What can Business leaders learn from playing Angry Birds? – Daniel W. Rasmus explains!
On the No Fear Community blog (April 13, 2011)
In my last blog, I wrote about the iPad becoming a common tool in the business IT world. While on the PC, the most used “application” was Solitaire, the most common played game on iPad and iPhone is a little game called “Angry Birds”. [Continue reading…]
It’s a Wonderful (international) Life
On the No Fear Community blog (March 9, 2011)
I was 25 years old when I visited the US the first time. Invited by a company on the east-coast on recommendation of a head-hunter, I was discussing to lead their German subsidiary. The first meeting after my arrival in Hartford, Connecticut, was a dinner appointment with the Senior Vice President of sales. [Continue reading…]
Is the iPad a business device and will IT replace laptops?
On the No Fear Community blog (March 19, 2011)
Especially with the iPad 2 coming out, many are wondering if the iPad is a full replacement for the laptop. And if not, what is it? And what are the consequences for the IT organization? [Continue reading…]