A journal for telecom, cable, satellite, and Internet executives
In communications service offerings and marketplaces across the world, operators are facing an increasingly urgent need to move beyond their traditional boundaries in every sense - breaking new ground in terms of services, technologies, skill sets, organisational structures, workplace behaviours, corporate culture and social impacts. In essence, they are facing new frontiers.
The new issue of PricewaterhouseCoopers' Communications Review approaches this pervasive theme from a different angle, starting with the feature article, "Put to the test", which looks at the strategic challenges and imperatives facing the communications industry going forward. This is followed by a series of five interviews with representatives of a sector or social agenda who are driving and enabling the industry to cross new frontiers in society at large.
The interviews were conducted with Jyrki Pulkkinen, CEO of the Global e-Schools and Community Initiative; Casey Harrell, who heads Greenpeace International's efforts within the ICT sectors; Dr. Hamadoun Touré, Secretary- General of the International Telecommunication Union; Jean-François Cazenave, co-founder and president of Télécoms Sans Frontières and Dr. Najeeb Al-Shorbaji the director of knowledge management and sharing at the World Health Organization.
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