Presented at IoT Slam in North Carolina on how organizations can build a long-term sustainable IoT competency, and in the process avoid catastrophic failures.
ABSTRACT: Organizations attempting to build smart connected products across divisions, product portfolios, and markets are being faced with a stark reality: creating IoT projects is hard, and building a long-term organizational competency around doing IoT projects with excellence is even harder. Based on real-world experience, this talk presents five key strategies successful organizations use to build a long-term IoT competency and prevent disaster along the way.
Mark Benson is Vice President of Engineering at SmartThings, a technology company based in Mountain View, CA and a wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics. Mark is a regular speaker and writer on the intersection of technology, business, and society as it relates to product development, technology leadership, strategic planning and execution, intellectual property portfolio management, software architecture, information security, competitive positioning, and organizational behavior.