It was an innate curiosity to deliver value in a different way which led David Banger to stray from the traditional path of working in senior corporate roles.
Digital transformations can be big, imposing and expensive. They can also fail.
Organisations who are sporadic with their innovation endeavours have seen their innovation muscle waste a little, making the reintroduction awkward, they fumble.
Interview with the legendary Christine Kininmonth from the ABC.
The terms innovation and disruption are overused and interchanged within organisations, often creating confusion.
Employee expectations are influencing this shift; they want more frequent insightful feedback and less formal traditional performance management meetings.
This is a short story. The story of being a CIO in a new industry at a new organisation. This is all about being something somewhere.
Agile working practices are now standard within many organisations, and management practices are changing and will continue to.
Many operate on hunches for their Digital goals while not considering the market, their business model, differentiation, and other aligning factors.
How can teams premeditate where issues will present themselves? By hunting for them.
Digital can be incremental within a business through analysis, delivery and iteration. Consider Amazon, founded on the 5th of July 1994, initially began as an online store for books and has evolved.
Potential outcomes are eroded by the work people continue to do that is no longer relevant or will be soon. Technology has enabled this legacy work to endure.
What are the key factors an organisation needs to consider for the digital future?
Many have digital intentions but are uncertain of what needs to be actioned.
In the world of search, past points of differentiation are no longer sustainable.
It's no secret that digital transformation is changing our world, our workplaces and the way we do business.
Leaders play a critical role, and this is when good leaders come to fore, through being the lighthouse
Risks vary to those in traditional business as issues can be rapidly exacerbated due to the scale of technology.
Considering the digital age that we live in: Can a business survive without an online offering?
Innovation is a term overused by leaders and often bemused by employees.
As technology continues to change, it's important to learn to adapt in order to survive.
David shares his insights into Australian leadership and his own optimism.
‘There’s a dark side to everything.' – Prince
The demands on your business are unprecedented: the volume of work is ever-growing.
Is it really possible for a business in 2 to survive long-term without some form of e-commerce?
Avoid treating all initiatives in the same manner; different ideas progress at various rates.
During the conversation Julian explores David’s book, Digital is Everyone’s Business, in detail.
So your brilliant idea has found a niche in the marketplace. Sales are climbing and it’s time to spread your commercial wings.
‘Globalisation will make our societies more creative and prosperous, but also more vulnerable.’ – Lord Robertson
We discuss the framework to manage business transformation, in an adaptable step-by-step approach.