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Below is a collection of #digital tweets from the last 2 weeks – from my perspective the trends, tips and digital news that’s worth a read whether you’re a casual observer or a fellow CDO.

21 May 2016 In the span of one week last August, six major media companies lost more than $45 billion market valuation, amidst concern with rising popularity of digital streaming services. Read more here about what TV execs are doing to stay relevant in digital economy.

23 May 2016 Successful digital transformation can’t happen without transforming management practices and culture. Check out why digital transformation is not business as usual.

27 May 2016 According to research from Ipsos Connect, at least half of respondents in Middle East and North Africa said they watched movies digitally and are willing to pay for content. See more here

27 May 2016 Tens of thousands of Cubans stare out of ID photos in elegant suits and dressy blouses they have never actually worn. Read more about this digital attire.

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1 Jun 2016 On the heels of releasing his latest book, Douglas Rushkoff took a moment to talk about how digital economy can be fixed? Read more here.

1 Jun 2016 So you have a digital strategy? Kodak did too, and that didn’t prevent the Rochester film giant from disappearing. Check out this article.

4 Jun 2016 Nokia completed its acquisition of French consumer electronics company Withings and will reveal its digital health plan next week. Read more about the acquisition and plan to digitize health plans initiative.

6 Jun 2016 Check out this no-nonsense 5-step guide to business success in the digital era by @ryanerskineNY.

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12 Jun 2016 In the past five years, we have witnessed remarkable advancements in technological innovations that drive so-called “digital health” around the world. But technology alone is not enough. Check out how to unlock the potential of digital health.

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