Business 4.0 with Design Thinking: Killer Recipe for Disruption and Growth

The business models, markets, consumers, technology and the overall ecosystem is changing at an exponential pace globally. The customers have also become smarter and selective with the platter of available features in the market.

This poses a threat even to the successful large organizations to be out-performed by disruptive start-ups and smarter competitors.

So, what should your organizations do differently now to expand?

What is the bare minimum required to at least sustain the market share?

Is your organization stuck in a so-called enterprise-wide transformation? Need to find a way to optimize and steer the transformation with a suitable recipe for a sustainable growth.

Are you looking at learning some enablers to tap existing talent in your company to produce extraordinary ideas and solutions?

Let’s have a talk to learn and experience the various aspects of Business 4.0 with design thinking to succeed in today’s dynamic marketplace.

More to come to this.

 
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Outline/Structure of the Talk

1. Background / Introduction

2. Business 4.0 framework

3. Design Thinking: Tap potential for disruption

4. Recipe to optimize transformations for sustainable growth

5. Wrap-up/closure

6. Q & A

Learning Outcome

1. Learn the Business 4.0 framework and apply it using design thinking

2. Get insights to generate better ideas and solutions within organizational constraints

3. Equip yourself with a recipe to be a thought leader in transformations within your organization, and applying the concepts in your day-to-day life and work

Target Audience

1. Anyone willing to learn and experience the Business 4.0 framework with design thinking 2. Organizations/leaders looking at ways to improve innovation and disruption for growth 3. Teams/Leaders part of an organization undergoing transformation

Prerequisites for Attendees

1. Come with an open mind as its a new world unfolding

2. Good to have insights on key initiatives and / or transformation in-flight in your organization so you can co-relate to your specific context

Note: I will also be available for chat after the talk

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  • Shashikumar singh
    By Shashikumar singh  ~  6 months ago
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    Hello Amol

    Thanks for submitting your proposal on " Business 4.0 with Design Thinking: Killer Recipe for Disruption and Growth "

    Will it be possible for you to share some previous presentations slides which you would have done , Draft Slides of this presentation or any video link of your previous presentation.

    As it will help us to do review of your proposal.

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    Shashi K Singh 

     


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