I remember they day it happened. At first all I felt was shame and disappointment; it was the day my software developers said to me, “We’re not letting you write code anymore.”
For me the title says it all but if you still need to be convinced, first of all catch up on Eight Ways Digital Twins Can Action Real Change and Why you need to invest in heroes to build Digital Twins, then read on.
Successful Digital Twins should be enablers within your organisation, increasing safety/productivity and encapsulating unique business knowledge.
In the buzzword heavy industry that is technology Digital Twins have reached unicorn status; used within organisations and dropped into conversations to show street cred and innovation in an era laden with version numbers: Industry 4.0, Digital 4.0, etc.
I’ve spoken previously about a passion to be the best and why it is important to set big hairy, audacious goals when it comes to digital teams and measuring success.
I have been a first time father for almost 3 weeks. Whilst chatting to one of my mates we had a laugh about some of the similarities between parenthood and being an EA: