In his book The Innovation Biome, Dr Kumar Mehta sets out to debunk the myth that innovation is about the (1) Next, (2) Big, (3) Thing. It is not.
Last week, David Powell shared his concerns about my blog “Need new tactics”. He wondered whether the current hype is all that different. He shared with me his personal experience with digital transformation. Walk along through history and judge for yourself, has digital transformation always been just about sifting data?
Need new tactics to master the digital game? Are your services state of the art, yet, your clients are demanding faster, cheaper, and more data driven solutions? Wondering, how you are going to master digital transformation as a service organization and beat the technology firms that are vying for your clients?
Digital transformation seems the new buzz word in organizations. No wonder, given what you can do for your clients, with all the computing power, data, analytics, artificial intelligence, and other new tools. While the opportunities seem unlimited, the reality is harsh. Forbes estimates that over $900 billion worth of spend on such initiatives will miss their mark; mismanagement […]
How come that we have turned something that should be valuable, rewarding and meaningful – that is, introducing new services and developing new solutions – into something stressful? Most innovation projects cause stress because the innovation process is either a black hole where everything is unclear or a bureaucratic nightmare where projects are fiercely competing […]
How do you integrate old and new business models and technologies into your existing services? In this blog, I discuss several options and compare these with how architects revamp old buildings.