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About Jose Esteban Lauzán


Head of Innovation at Atos Iberia, founding member of the Atos Scientific Community, Atos Distinguished Expert and member of the Scientific Community

José is the Head of Innovation at Atos Iberia, Editor-in-Chief of Journey 2020, founding member of the Atos Scientific Community and Atos Distinguished Expert. He is passionate about Innovation and how it can transform business. Jose leads innovation activities in Spain & Portugal, including Innovation Workshops, pilots, proofs of concept and events or the Employee Start-Ups initiative. He leads the Systems & Solutions domain at global level. He also collaborates with the Executive Committee on corporate initiatives, with R&D and Markets in the transfer of successful results to the Atos portfolio, and with Legal departments in IP-related initiatives. José started his career as a researcher at university (simulation, DSP) and innovator at the Spanish Medicines Agency (leading its transformation into an electronic organization). He joined Atos in 2000, as chief engineer, manager of R&D teams and coordinator of large international projects in eHealth, natural risk management, video and human language technologies.




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Articles posted by Jose Esteban Lauzán

The magic number is two

In times of unpredictable disruptive changes, resilience is a must-have quality to survive and thrive. But how can you achieve it?Organizations are not yet fully leveraging approaches from fields such as probability, forecasting (unpredictability), complex decision making (uncertainty) and risk management. In this blog post, you will find three such approaches – all related to the number “two” – giving you actionable…

Redefining enterprise purpose makes economic sense

Enterprises have developed the habit of focusing almost exclusively on generating short-term value for shareholders. Such narrow purpose does not fit well in a hyperconnected world, where enterprises operate within multi-stakeholder ecosystems: it hinders resilience, innovation and societal impact. Enterprises must redefine their purpose, adopting the most advanced economic models. No enterprise is an island In the twentieth century, the prevailing…

Beyond the crisis: Our future is now - are you ready?

To the question what will the world look like after the COVID-19 crisis, we’d say there is only one thing that is clear right now: our lives will be vastly different to just a year ago. The pandemic has brought some profound changes. We work differently, shop differently, and interact with friends…

AI Explainability: making the complex comprehensible

José Esteban Lauzan Head of Innovation at Atos Iberia, founding member of the Atos Scientific Community, Atos Distinguished Expert Amélie Groud Senior Data Scientist and member of the Scientific CommunityPosted on: 21 April 2020 This article is part of Atos Digital Vision: Ethics opinion paper which explores how embedding ethical reflection into the design of digital technologies can lead to genuine benefits…

Riding digital shockwaves towards a quantum future

On a recent visit to my mother’s house, I was surprised when she brought up Bitcoin and Blockchain in our conversation. Something that I’ve been dealing professionally for just a few years is now being discussed openly around the kitchen table! It’s an example of how a nascent technology can rise up the hype scale rapidly and demonstrates how…

Surfing Automation: Staying Relevant while Riding the Digital Shockwaves

Automation has always been viewed with mixed feelings: awe and anticipation, as well as distrust and fear. From the Gutenberg press to the invention of the power loom, the replacement of human labor with machinery has, throughout history, provoked many a cry of protest. Perhaps most famous was the Luddite movement. Born in 1812 and named…

Real-Time is Money: Moving Up a Gear in Business Speed

Time is money. It’s a well-worn phrase but it’s never been truer. So true in fact that only real-time will be money soon. Society now moves quicker than ever. The continued growth in connected devices, their hyper-connectivity, their computing capacity and their rapid adoption in both B2C and B2B settings, is leading to…

Behind the innovation curve?

In the digital era, enterprises constantly have to innovate to keep abreast of the latest technologies and remain competitive. From applying big data insights to their business to the advantages of the cloud, management teams have a plethora of issues to address if they’re to stay ahead of the curve. Here, I explore how these challenges have been addressed by Atos in the context…

SOS: Sick Of Sustainability

Why sick of Sustainability? Customers, partners and colleagues seem increasingly tired or disenchanted with the concept. The same goes for friends and acquaintances not in the IT or related businesses. Even xkcd published about it: http://xkcd.com/1007/ The term is overused since before 2005, and especially in the English-speaking areas (US, UK, Canada, Australia), as you can see in Google Trends. It seems that people…