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@dadovanpeteghem Problem Transformation Canvas PROBLEM
EMOTIONS SOLUTION FUNCTIONS PRODUCT OR SERVICE CHANGE CURRENCY (benefits) TECHNOLOGY What problem are we solving and for who? What are the basic emotions that problem and solution are addressing? What is the overall solution that would fix this problem? What are the different functions a customer would expect this solution to have? What could eventually be the product or service that we are selling? What technology is most suited and relevant to build this? What are the benefits and are they strong enough to have people change their preference?
@dadovanpeteghem If we don’t create
the thing that kills Facebook, someone else will. “Embracing change” isn’t enough. It has to be so hardwired into who we are that even talking about it seems redundant. The internet is not a friendly place. Things that don’t stay relevant don’t even get the luxury of leaving ruins. They disappear. Facebook Little Red BookFacebook Little Red Book
@dadovanpeteghem 10 HYPER DISRUPTIVE BUSINESS
MODELS Subscription Model Freemium Model Free Model Market Place Access over Ownership Hyper MarketExperience The Pyramid On Demand The Ecosystem HELLOFRESH DROPBOX FACEBOOK ALIBABA ZIPCAR ZALANDOTESLA AMAZON UBER APPLE
@dadovanpeteghem THE QUICK SHALL INHERIT
THE EARTH Fast is better than slow. While slow is adding unnecessary embellishments, fast is out in the world. And that means fast can learn from experience while slow can only theorize. Those who ship quickly can improve quickly. So fast doesn’t just win the race. It gets a head start for the next one. Facebook Little Red Book
bmwi.de/EN/Topics/Technology/digital-agenda.html 1. Digital Infrastructure 2.
Digital economy & workplace 3. Innovative public administration 4. Shaping digital environments in society 5. Transformation in education, science, research, culture and media. 6. Online security, protection and trust. 7. Integration of the Digital Agenda in the European/International context. Germany’s 7 point Digital Agenda for 2017
@dadovanpeteghem “If you can't understand
the new world of digital, fire yourself. Build an executive team that is digital- first. Make sure there is a techie on the board of directors. If the board has a low digital IQ, the company will have a low digital IQ” George Colony CEO Forrester Research
@dadovanpeteghem McDonald’s has a Digital
Transformation Team with people coming from Facebook, Yahoo, Microsoft, PayPal, AOL and various other tech companies. The team is set to grow to 200+ employees within the next year.
@dadovanpeteghem Rachel Haot became the
CDO of New York City in 2011, but after surpassing every target, she became CDO of New York State and won the CDO of the Year 2014 Award. “Our digital goals are using innovation to better serve constituents and using technology to drive the economy.”
@dadovanpeteghem TODD PARK HAS JUST
18 MONTHS - UNTIL THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION ENDS - TO RECRUIT A TECH CORPS OF 500. “WHAT WE REALIZED WAS, THIS COULD BE A RECIPE FOR SOMETHING LARGER,” THE PRESIDENT EXPLAINS. IF THE TECH TEAM SUCCEEDS, IT COULD TRANSFORM AMERICANS’ ATTITUDES ABOUT GOVERNMENT.
@dadovanpeteghem Start your transformation The
time is now. 1. Forget ideas, start solving problems 2. Involve everyone 3. Disrupt your own business model 4. Bring digital in the core of your organisation 5. Ship it: a horizon vision and a tomorrow strategy 6. Install digital leadership 7. Introduce agile platforms