Computerworld - Computerworld contributing writer Kathleen Melymuka recently asked six IT luminariesPaul A. Strassmann, acting CIO at NASA; Michael Hammer, president of Hammer & Co.; Jim Champy, chairman of consulting at Perot Systems Corp.; Ralph Szygenda, CIO of General Motors Corp.; Howard Rubin, executive vice president of Meta Group Inc.; and Charlie Feld, president of The Feld Groupto prognosticate about the future.
Here's what they had to say:
What is the next technological advance that will radically change the business landscape?
|Paul A. Strassmann, acting CIO at NASA|
|Michael Hammer, president of Hammer & Co.|
|Jim Champy, chairman of consulting at Perot Systems Corp.|
|Ralph Szygenda, CIO of General Motors Corp.|
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