In the previous posts on the Business Transformation Summit, we mostly covered the subjects of business acceleration through digital and technology transformations. Today let’s make a leap into the past to see how this French company reinvented their business model.
New year, new resolutions For many of us, beginning of January is the moment for new resolutions. Will gyms make their major revenue in just a few weeks? I’ve been wondering what are my authentically new resolutions, what will change, how I will evolve… In this fast-changing environment, I find myself knowing less what to
How did Kodak invent digital photography then lose out when the industry became big? How did Nokia create the smartphone but fall behind when the iPhone was launched? According to Julian Birkinshaw it wasn’t because they didn’t sense the coming change.
Rahaf Harfoush is a digital anthropologist and the founder of the “Red Thread Inc.”, a consulting firm. Through the years, she supported companies by helping them transform digital trends into strategic opportunities. As a leading thinker in the digital space, Rahaf shared some insights about “our digital behavior” at our recent Business Transformation Summit.
Nobody can doubt that technology is changing the way we work. According to McKinsey, in 2030 the demand for technological skills will climb by 55%, so it’s a great time to get a job in the tech industry.
Our annual Business Transformation Summit in 2019 was a truly global experience. We welcomed over 800 participants attending events in four European cities. The theme for the summit was ‘acceleration’. This is a vital concept in a world where speed is critical and there are many creative opportunities. But when things move so fast, how
Digital learning should form part of any modern L&D strategy. Whilst face-to-face and on-the-job training remain essential elements, digitising appropriate learning material can be convenient, cost-effective and scalable.