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.
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.
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
Professionals from Germany, Italy, Portugal and France will gather to get inspired and not just accelerate but become the accelerator. The Business Transformation Summit will take place in Paris on October 15th, Frankfurt on October 24th, Lisbon on October 31st and Milan also on October 31st. When disruption is the norm and the pace of
Emanuele Castellani – CEO of Cegos Italy and Managing Partner of Cegos APAC – recently spoke at HR Festival Asia.Here, he shares his experience of the event as well as some insights into digital learning that featured in his speech to delegates. HR Festival Asia 2019 HR Festival was the fusion of HR Summit &
Cegos Group has unveiled in June the results of its European survey “Transformation, skills and learning: how to address the future?”. The 2018 survey polled 2,227 employees and 316 HR & Learning Directors, all working in private-sector companies with 50+ employees in five countries: France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.