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Florian Heinrichs
Florian Heinrichs
Senior Marketing Manager, Frankfurt, Germany
January 25, 2019

A Guide for How to Thrive in Digital Disruption


Smart, connected, living technologies are reinventing businesses, transforming industries and impacting careers.

Industry X.0 (IX0) is the path to reinvention—are you on that journey?

Get up to speed fast with my reading list picks for a deeper dive on how this new form of Industrial Consumerism is disrupting decades-old business habits, conventions and operating models.

  1. Digital dividends. Successful digital reinvention isn’t just about hoping that the latest technology will be relevant to your business strategy; the right mix of technologies will drive change and disruption. How do you get the selection and adoption process right? An actionable roadmap and a thorough assessment of the technology landscape are critical.

  2. Product design and product engineering. These easy reads summarize how the idea of smart, connected products at the center changes not only manufacturing, but also design and engineering.

  3. Digital plant. Industry X.0 is not only for manufacturers, but for all kinds of industry. This piece shows a great example of what digital can do in the energy sectors.

  4. IX0 research. Two pieces of Accenture research highlight the key role of technology in digitization (“digital” isn’t all about customer-centricity and culture change—you need the tech, too!). These reports outline which technology investments go from vision to value.

  5. Industry X.0: Realizing Digital Value in Industrial Sectors. This book explains the thinking and ideas underlying Accenture’s Industry X.0 model and offerings, as well as explaining how digitization strategies should be shaped and executed.

See how Industry X.0 is impacting the future of work and the tech skills you need to reinvent the future of business—and your career.

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