Agility in the Driver's Seat - Re-inventing the wheel of future
Automotive industry is in the cusp of it's biggest transformation, Digital transformation in this industry is twice the speed of average adoption rates across technology areas. As the cars of future would be tagged as Autonomous, Connected, Shared and Electric, the change in parts of the car (BoMs), ecosystem(Charging , shared data, safety) software engineering platforms (Car Operating System), external connectivity(5G) and Sytem on Chip needs will bring the digital the key pillar . This would be the epitome of Agility at the center and will establish new standards for a personalized, digital driven connected world under a reliable and secure delivery platform for automotive. The outset of the session is sharing ways to bring the external disruptive collaboration perspective within the organization walls.This session is about sharing my experience of my journey of re-positioning IT for Digital and disruptive automotive industry, re-structuring the organization keeping agility in mind, successful implementation reference like cloud transformation for engineering, nurturing teams to embrace the change.
Outline/Structure of the Case Study
Powerpoint slides (more pictures and less text driven) to guide the structure - sticky case references to be delivered orally with take away messages and perspective.
- Overview of Automotive Industry Transformation
- Outside in view - exterior 360 Degree view (industry and ecosystem )
- Inside out view- interior 360 Degree view (within the OEM - Software at the center)
- Agility in Action - Re-positioning IT
- Breaking legacy walls, Introduction to Digital Twin
- Nurturing cross breed team for common goals - enterprise agility
- Reference to Cloud Transformation and the practices for success
Note - The video shared below are primarily a reference to my previous sessions on re-positioning IT from CIO/CDO perspective.
Practical approaches to re-position IT for Digital and Connected Car / Automotive
Apply the agile mindset and perspectives for cross-domain transformation
Enterprise Agility - breaking legacy walls - for practictioners and executives
Agile Practitioners, Global in-house leaders, IT and Automotive Engineering Team Members, IT and Digital Leaders, Engineering Leaders, Business Analysts, Project and Program Leads
Prerequisites for Attendees
No specific requirement - assuming has working know-how of organization structures - be thru IT/Digital or Engineering side of it.
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