Agile or die: Why continuous innovation is critical to business survival. It’s no longer enough to “do” agile, it’s time to live it.
The key capabillities CIOs need to pick up the challenge and make significant changes that drive continuous innovation – or be left to keep the lights on.
It’s a sad fact: large and small enterprise in every industry are failing as traditional business models are upended every day.
The good news? CIOs are in an excellent position to be strategic drivers of business achievement.
But will it take for your business to be ready for the future?
It’s simple really: Live agile.
All businesses need to become agile, ready to continually deliver innovative new products, deliver defect-free solutions continuously, and drive new business value.
This point of view describes:
Why innovation is so critical to businesses today
The role of the CIO in driving continuous innovation
Practical guidance to introduce the key agile capabilities that enable innovation
Download our new point-of-view whitepaper, which goes deep into the three pillars you need to have in place to create a consistent, repeatable model for driving innovation at scale.
Learn why companies that develop a robust DevOps capability and shift from a project to a product mindset are leading the business transformation wave.
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For more insights, watch our recent panel discussion on how to drive business innovation with three Neptune customers
- Geir Nøstdahl, Head of IT Digital Services at Elkjop Nordic AS
- Aravinda Boyapati, Senior Manager, UX and Advanced Tech Incubation Leader at Johnson & Johnson
- Daniel De Rooij, IT Director at Whirlpool EMEA
About the author:
Natalie Kouzeleas is the General Manager of Neptune Software North America, Spain and Italy. Natalie has over 25 years of experience in Technology and Strategy. She was previously a Managing Director in Accenture’s Strategy practice and prior to this, worked for over ten years in Oracle Corporation where she was responsible for the first Mobile Customer Experience Applications developed for various global Retailers and Retail Banks. She has worked with Customers all over the world as both a Practitioner and Advisor.
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