Are you a victim of Digital disruption? or Does your business disrupted by startup? or Do you want to disrupt your business models to create new offerings?

Whatever could be the scenario, Disruption is de-facto business as usual in today's world. How do you embrace the disruption? You have two choices, either you embrace disruption or you become disrupter. Hence organization going through business transformation to remain in business. We will explore different transformation techniques, guiding principles, objectives for orchestrating and defining a successful Connected Approach for Business Transformation.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

I will present below agenda and provide real world examples

  • Context of the topic
  • Transformation puzzle
  • Why does business need to Transform
  • What is Orchestration or Orchestra meant for?
  • Context of Transformation vs Extent of Transformation
  • Value and Risk
  • Guiding objective for the Transformation
  • Connected Approach (Network)
  • Defining Orchestration for action

Learning Outcome

Participant will get to learn below

  • Different types of Transformation
  • Chose right Transformation technique to enable Business Transformation
  • Defensive and Offensive Transformation techniques
  • Defining Guiding objectives
  • Digital Disruption Checklist - A cheat sheet for assessment
  • Defining Transformation Orchestra
  • Orchestration capabilities
  • Orchestration in action

Target Audience

Transformation Leaders, Agile Transformation Experts, Business Agility Group, Large Scale Transformation Agents, CSP, CST, Scrum Master, Product Owner, Director, Vice President, Chief Digital Officer (CDO), Business Transformation Expert, Transformation Analyst, Modernization.

Prerequisites for Attendees

Basic understanding of below terminology

  • Agile
  • Agility
  • Digital
  • Vortex
  • Transformation
  • Business Agility
  • Orchestration
  • Customer
  • Scale
  • Infrastructure
  • Network
  • Change Management
  • CDO
schedule Submitted 10 months ago

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