Digital Products and similar initiatives are stalling in many companies. A root cause is "fear of the unknown" - here are some ways to recognize the symptoms and pivot to overcome these fears.
Third in a series of articles on the creation of Don’t Think So Much. Self-publishing is an innovative option - some thoughts on going it alone (versus finding a publisher).
Second in a series of articles on the creation of Don’t Think So Much. Exposing yourself to the unbiased eye of your editor will be a humbling, but super valuable, experience.
First in a series of articles on the creation of Don’t Think So Much. Start at the beginning ... you have to write the book ...
There's a lot more to being an author than you might think; the start of a series on a self-publishers' first big project.
A practical method for zeroing in on where value is created by digital products and services; it depends a lot on the Value Chain (how products eventually get to the End Customer). (Updated)
Practical thoughts and examples - how to manufacture time and attention, to get hands-on, relevant skills in new technologies
Training and development takes some time – but you can build an environment that promotes self-guided work, enabling this type of thinking in a straightforward way.
Each functional area in your company needs to understand the skills and strengths that they bring to a Digital Transformation effort; why do they deserve a “seat at the table”? It's time for the folks in Operations to step up - with their depth of experience with Eliminating Waste and Eliminating Complexity, Operations can and should play a critical role. (part of a series)
To get your innovation idea off the ground, there are four important ingredients that can make the transformation happen. Not all are required – but you need at least two of these to have any chance of getting things moving. If you have only one? Here are some ideas to fill the gap.