Enterra Insights


In this blog, we discuss cognitive computing and other technologies with a focus on supply chain management and innovation. Other topics of discussion include digital enterprise transformation, marketing, the Internet of Things, and smart cities. Our goal is to advance the public discussion about how cognitive computing and other advanced technologies affect the world in which we live.

Bradd C. Hayes is the active editor of this blog.

China — Future Shock — But not too shocking

Stephen DeAngelis

October 16, 2006

Working with Tom Barnett, whose books have a large and influential following in China, I'm aware that the Chinese like to censor literature coming from the West -- even if they basically like it. [READ MORE]

Cell Phones & Culture

Stephen DeAngelis

October 13, 2006

Cell phones continue to change the way the world is connecting. [READ MORE]

China & Cyberspace Threats

Stephen DeAngelis

October 12, 2006

China has been in the headlines recently for its purge of top leaders and trying to rid its one-party system of corruption. [READ MORE]

Scarcity, Innovation, & Resilience

Stephen DeAngelis

October 11, 2006

This summer, as oil prices looked like they were heading towards $80 per barrel, Stephen L. [READ MORE]

Corruption & Development in Equatorial Guinea

Stephen DeAngelis

October 10, 2006

The triple curses of most African nations (corruption, poverty & disease) have kept the dark continent dark and part what Tom Barnett calls "The Gap. [READ MORE]

North Korea’s Gamble

Stephen DeAngelis

October 09, 2006

The news that North Korea tested a nuclear device despite warnings from leaders around the globe says much more about Kim Jong Il's ego than about the country in general. [READ MORE]

Western Union Beware

Stephen DeAngelis

October 06, 2006

In an earlier post about the global commute, I noted how important global workers are to the Philippine economy. [READ MORE]