How to Build GenAI into Operations – Part 2 (Tech Strategy – Podcast 204)

In this episode, Jeff Towson delves into the practical aspects of integrating generative AI into day-to-day operations.
Discover real-world examples and strategies for leveraging GenAI across industries.
Whether you’re a business leader or a tech enthusiast, this podcast sheds light on the future of operational excellence.

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When Rate of Learning by Humans Is an Operating Activity vs. a Moat (3 of 5) (Tech Strategy)

Human learning rates play a pivotal role in shaping tech strategy. Whether it functions as an operating activity or a moat depends on context.
Industry-specific intelligence thrives on understanding these learning dynamics. Jeff Towson delves into the intricacies of leveraging human learning for competitive advantage.
Explore the interplay between human cognition and business models in the dynamic tech ecosystem.

Digital Strategy Lesson: An Introduction to Rate of Learning (Tech Strategy – Podcast 184)

Welcome to Tech Strategy Podcast, where we explore the secrets of the best digital companies in the US, China and Asia. In this episode, we introduce the concept of rate of learning and how it can be used to develop a successful digital strategy. We discuss how companies like Alibaba, Google and Amazon have leveraged this concept to achieve success in their respective markets. Tune in to learn more about rate of learning and how it can help you build a winning digital strategy.

Amazon, Tencent and When Rate of Learning Becomes a Competitive Advantage (Tech Strategy – Podcast 131)

In this week’s episode, Jeff Towson dives deep into the concept of the rate of learning as a competitive advantage, a significant shift from its origins in production-intensive products to a digital necessity. He explores how Amazon and Tencent have harnessed this capacity, transforming it into a formidable competitive tool. The episode offers insightful perspectives on the ‘smile marathon’, the experience effect, and the emergence of the rate of learning as a key competitive advantage.