About the webinar
Host Jay Goldman is joined by special guests from Forrester, United Shore, Ottobock, A.T. Kearney, and Sensei Labs to discuss the impact that collaborative work management is having on how we work.
Throughout the course of the webinar, our guests discuss how the way we work is evolving and how teams can use CWM tools, like Conductor, to collaborate better, orchestrate complex projects with ease, transform their companies to disrupt the market and their competitors, and create a culture of innovation.
Our guest speakers
Margo Visitacion is a Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester, helping enterprise architecture professionals shift their focus from technology standardization and cost reduction to customer-driven technology capabilities.
Jonathan Anscombe is a partner with A.T. Kearney. He leads Next Consulting (part of the firm’s Global Solutions Practice), which applies advanced digital technologies to consulting services and propositions, including transformational solutions in organizational transformation, procurement, merger integration, and business turnaround.
How do you create an innovation practice?
Whatever the reason behind it, most companies are looking to become more innovative in some way, but we all know that you can’t actually buy innovations by the pound.
It’s a process, it’s an environment, and it’s a culture that creates a space for innovation and creativity to happen. So how can you create this innovation practice?Watch Video
How can you avoid the Innovator’s Dilemma?
Every successful company has innovated at some point, but their future success will likely depend on being able to sustain that ability to continuously innovate. Clayton Christensen spoke about the Innovator’s Dilemma and how those companies that had that innovation become the ones who no longer can because they’re so set and established in their way. How can you achieve this sort of sustained innovation in an organization and avoid the Innovator’s Dilemma?Watch Video
How can Collaborative Work Management drive innovation?
We often think of our technology as a cultural amplifier for our customers.
But organizational cultures exist outside of technology. They’re made up of how you treat people, who you choose to hire, promote, and fire, the physical space of your office, etc. How can collaborative work management technology act as a cultural amplifier in a way that can help drive collaboration and innovation?Watch Video
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