Traditional models are based on scarcity: value is derived from selling a product or service that is in limited supply. New business models are based on abundance.
We are living through unusual times. Now is the time to leverage the power of emerging exponential and digital technologies as they are finally mature enough to solve problems and match the scale of these market challenges.
What you get:
Digital technologies offer us powerful capabilities which are crucial to understand in order to break constraints and deliver more effective solutions, across business and social needs.
We need to develop a new shared language that speaks precisely to the mindset and behavioural outcomes we seek from education, so we can more systematically define, measure and develop for them.
See digital technology through the eyes of a practical, hands-on innovator. To fully leverage the power of the digital technology, starts by changing how we think about technology.
Just as Lean Manufacturing fuelled the first 3 industrial revolutions, so Lean Innovation is fuelling the 4th and 5th. Our Lean Innovation process is a combination of different start-up methodologies to enable businesses to develop better products faster. It is the best of business strategy, design thinking, lean startup, growth marketing and behavioural science – packed into a process that that has been tested and refined over 4-years with hundreds of startups and corporate teams.
It’s not about the idea, but the execution. It’s great to be able to come up with ideas, but its even better to know how to think through new ideas clearly. It comes down to knowing the assumptions that are crucial to make your business work, and boldly exploring them.
Looking for new channels to market? Need new strategies to pick up sales? Growth Hacking is a process of rapid experimentation across marketing funnel, product development, sales segments, and other areas of the business to identify the most efficient ways to grow a business.
Future-Fit Benchmarking measures an organization’s digital maturity, propensity to manage change as well as understanding the individual and team contributions to innovation.
This tool is based on twelve factors organized into two dimensions.
Use a new language to impact full collaboration across the organization. Understand how well teams are able to innovate, engineer change, drive change and sustain change.
Develop Tech Fluency over time. To keep up with rapid changes in the work place and the new normal of remote work, teams need to stay tuned in, access relevant information and ask pertinent questions through digital learning experiences.