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Joseph M. Bradley

Global Vice President

Digital & IoT Advanced Services

Joseph M. Bradley is the global vice president of the Digital & IoT Professional Services Organization at Cisco and senior research fellow for the Global Center for Digital Business Transformation. In these roles, he leads a team of multidisciplinary experts and technologist who help CXOs and government leaders transform into digital organizations.

Bradley built the foundation for Cisco’s Internet of Things strategy and the Internet of Everything’s Practice by directing Cisco’s influential research that determined $19 trillion of IoE value. Previously, he led the Research & Economics, Strategic Communications, and Operations functions of Cisco Consulting.

Before Cisco, Bradley was the President at Uptake Technologies, CEO at C3 Communications, and Vice President General Manager of the Data Communications group at AT&T. He earned an economics degree from the University of California at Berkeley. Bradley’s digital business transformation expertise combined with his dynamic and engaging style have made him a popular speaker and thought leader worldwide.

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Data-Driven Hacks Part 5: How Can You Make Trust Key to Your Success?

The final consideration for proactive change is building trust by sharing data that shows you’re listening. This is worth repeating. Build trust by sharing data.

Where the Sun Shines, Innovation Grows: Cisco Live Orlando

Anything you can imagine related to IT will be at Cisco Live Orlando. That includes IT that transforms, connects, predicts, and enables. IT that is more robust, accessible, flexible, and mature.

Data-Driven Hacks Part 4: How Can You Rely on a Diverse Listening Infrastructure?

Listening more expansively is something you can begin today. No waiting. No deep research. Just ask yourself a few questions and begin.

Data-Driven Hacks Part 3: How Can You Access Talent to Dig into Data?

Invest in someone who has specialized subject matter expertise that can turn the influences that you identified into insights that can move the needle.

Data-Driven Hacks Part 2: How Can You Master the Past to Own the Future?

I have four hacks—all driven by data—that can help your organization benefit from a vast array of insights. Here’s hack No. 1.

The Data-Driven Hacks You Need Now to Be Proactive (Part 1)

People often talk about the value of real-time data, but sometimes real time is too late. See why your company’s insights might be less than useful when implementing change.

April 17, 2018

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