First there was, “Huh, that’s impossible!”. Second, there was, “Wait, what if we do this?”. Third, there was, “Aha, if we combine this way and that way it might just work!”.
Remember the time — like, a year or two ago — when moving to the cloud, developing a mobile strategy, and analyzing big data represented the cutting edge of business…
“It was this willingness to fail and trying to get things right eventually finally that led us to this very beneficial way of doing business,” Misener said.
These companies share their ideas because it helps them innovate better. It allows others to add to their ideas and make them better.
“RPA is always business led, unlike most other technology implementations. So it’s doubly important to shift work to people who have the process knowledge.”
Four days full of remarkable insights from leading organizations who will all share their experiences on how they’ve integrated Intelligent Automation into their shared services strategy
Without purpose innovation can become aimless and destructive
If your innovation strategy is struggling or failing, consider whether it’s because you’ve locked yourself into a single approach