Keynotes 16 & 17 June 2015

Tuesday
16 June
09:30-
10:30
PLENARY KEYNOTE Plenary Keynote: Designing the Post‐Digital Enterprise
Chris Potts, Dominic Barrow 
Wednesday
17 June
09:00-
10:00
PLENARY KEYNOTE How to Survive in a World Which Changes Faster Than You Can Learn
Professor Eddie Obeng, Henley Business School

Tuesday 16 June
09:30-10:30

PLENARY KEYNOTE: Plenary Keynote: Designing the Post‐Digital Enterprise

Chris Potts Chris Potts
Dominic Barrow 

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Keynote Outline

The world never stands still.  While some enterprises are treating digital business as today’s imperative (or even tomorrow’s vision), markets and consumers are already post-digital. 

Designing the post-digital enterprise, and investing in the changes that drive success, are the strategic challenges now facing executives and managers.  Faced with a legacy structure, processes and culture, and an inertia still rooted in what worked in the past, how can the changes our enterprise invests in keep pace with the world out there?  Can we turn these apparent constraints to our advantage, and quickly enough?     

Enterprise Architecture and Business Process Management are essential to the organization’s ability to meet these challenges.  There has never been a more important time for the two disciplines to co-ordinate their talents, techniques, knowledge and skills, to guide the key decisions and to shape the change portfolio. 

  • Welcome to the post-digital world!
  • Key characteristics of the post-digital enterprise
  • Enterprise inertia – friend or foe?
  • Making the most of our EA and BPM talents
  • Guiding the key decisions, shaping the change portfolio

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Wednesday 18 June
09:00-10:00

PLENARY KEYNOTE: How to Survive in a World Which Changes Faster Than You Can Learn
Professor Eddie Obeng Professor Eddie Obeng
Henley Business School

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Keynote Outline

TED Speaker, Digital and New World Transformation educator and author, Professor Eddie Obeng will present an engaging keynote session on how the participants need to reassess their roles and influence in a world which has flipped from the traditional.  As customers drive the agenda, the design of any organisation not centred on them gains efficiency whilst losing efficacy.  And as the pace of change accelerates and all organisations become designed for multi-screen/mobile/24-7 the need to think and design on a bigger scale with more imagination becomes critical.  Step by step Eddie Obeng will explore how to think about and influence differently what he calls our ‘World After Midnight’ - a world which looks familiar but works to completely different rules.  Participants will leave with some concrete ideas and frameworks on how to thrive in this new, challenging environment.

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