“Nobody gets excited if you elaborate on what’s broken…”
Professor Michael Rosemann joins us on the Procensol and MBT booth at BiiG 2017 to discuss innovation, change and transformation.
As Michael rightly points out, let’s not innovate for the sake of innovating. He points out that it is crucial that organisations first of all focus on why they need to transform or innovate and then they put in place the systems and processes as well as the mindset and culture so that you can make innovation-as-usual.
Listen to the live Q&A session on SoundCloud courtesy of BiiG Radio and Pop Up Radio.
About the Author
As Procensol’s Chief Technology and Innovation Officer Mervin brings more than a decade of experience in strategic thinking, software, systems and process-centric design for business transformation. Mervin is responsible for Procensol’s global consulting services and product portfolio. He is also responsible for global marketing and driving growth within the Asia Pacific region. Originally from Singapore and now based in Brisbane Australia, Mervin has held positions ranging from strategic BPM consulting, channel management to vendor product sales.
evidence suggests that traditional approaches to developing a culture of innovation are not sustainable as they do not address key inhibitors such as operational systems and processes that cannot support continuous change. To establish a culture of innovation, organisations need to: secure executive approval and leadership; engage their employees; and optimise and align their internal business operations by exploring technological advancements.Read More