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About Jordi Safont Guillen


IT consultant manager and member of the Scientific Community

Jordi has more than 15 years of experience in IT consulting and he is one of the founding members of the Scientific Community. His assignments have been mostly related to organizational transformation programs in a variety of industries and geographies, mainly focused on business process improvement and IT innovation. Although based in Spain, Jordi enjoys working with international teams and having the opportunity to share his views and experience with colleagues with different professional backgrounds and cultures.




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Articles posted by Jordi Safont Guillen

How Data is revolutionizing Sport and its environments

Posted on: June 11, 2018 by Jordi Safont Guillen Stadiums are much more than the physical space where sport competitions take place. They are becoming the beating heart of burgeoning event complexes, true poles of attraction for business, and iconic landmarks for their city. The investments needed to build these complexes are measured in billions, extending over several years,…

Life Sciences of the future. When a doctor becomes an engineer.

Back in the day, when I was making up my mind to decide where to apply for my university studies, Medicine was in the shortlist. Eventually I ended up being an engineer, but I always wondered what it would have been like to become a doctor. We have been slowly making progress From…

Developing Software for Fast Data environments

Why software design has to adapt to Fast Data environments Fast Data is a result of an increasingly fast-paced reality. Global Machine to Machine (M2M) communications totaled 0.3 Petabytes per month in 2014, but this figure is projected to grow well beyond 4 Petabytes per month by 2020 1, with the number of connections increasing likewise2. Mobile data traffic grew more…

Hugh Williams: Why you should care about patterns?

On December 15th 1664 a shipwreck occurs near the cast of Wales; 82 people are killed, only one person named Hugh Williams survives. On December 5th 1785 a similar accident takes place in roughly the same spot; 70 casualties this time, and only one survivor, whose name was coincidentally Hugh Williams. Yet, on August 5th 1860, near Scotland,…

3 basic rules to make your people’s ideas count

It is an old mantra that successful organizations have relied on motivated employees as one of their key competitive levers. But what are the factors that keep your front ranks motivated? Listening to what they have to say and putting in action their ideas seems a good way to start. Employees actually have a lot of…