What does leadership look like in a network-centric business world?
There is a wealth of material available on new ways of working, emerging technologies and theories of the organisation. We read this so you don’t have to, providing summaries and action lists to our clients through our extensive knowledge base.
We regularly deliver introductory talks for all levels of the organisation to help people understand the impact and potential of Digital Transformation. We also contribute to executive education and coaching, helping business leaders understand how they can make digital technology work for them.
We have designed a series of animation sessions for transformation teams that covers all the main areas of activity, and we deliver these as a 6- or 10-course tasting menu:
- Business Model innovation
- Tracking changing client & market dynamics
- Service design and customer centricity
- The firm as a platform
- Service-oriented technology
- Information and data sharing
- Culture and new ways of working
- Agile management & organisation structures
- Staffing and new roles in the future firm
- Learning and education
Talks & events: We deliver keynote talks at industry events, conferences and to internal corporate teams.
Executive briefings & coaching: We are particularly interested in the future of leadership in a network-centric world, and work with business leaders to explore this.
Quick-start workshops: A half-day initial workshop at our base in London’s Tech City, or at your offices, can kick-start thinking about next steps.
Knowledge base: Clients access our extensive online knowledge base of theories, examples, tools and techniques to help their own internal change efforts.
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Digital transformation may be the most convenient shorthand for today's efforts to digitise business models, organisation and processes, but, never-the-less, the term is far from perfect. The word digital brings its own challenges (because in this context, digital...read more
Digital transformation is more than just a technology initiative. It means ensuring our organisations are ready for the challenges and opportunities of digitisation in terms of products and services, but also the organisation that produces them and the business models...read more
In five years, will professional services firms look a bit more like software companies? On first glance, this might seem implausible. For a very long time, firms have been organised around fee earning partners who crafted reputations based upon expertise and...read more
Too often, both crash diets and Digital Transformation go for appearances at the expense of lasting results. Today's Digital Transformation case studies are mostly technology deployments, with some digital labs or hackathon sparkle dust thrown on top. Even efforts to...read more
Earlier this week at the IOM Summit in Cologne, I gave a talk entitled 'Defining the Operating Model for the Digital Enterprise’ that outlined what I think are the two key foundations of a digitally transformed enterprise: An operating system that coordinates work...read more
A key challenge for organisations approaching digital transformation is knowing where to start. There are many reports available about the why, how and when of Digital Transformation. After reading them, you might think it sounds like a simple process for...read more
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