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Based on book, presentation shows new organizational designs and practices for Demand Creation based on primary research on global companies and organizations

Based on book, presentation shows new organizational designs and practices for Demand Creation based on primary research on global companies and organizations

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  • Bust the Silos Opening Your Organization for Growth Jeff Saperstein
  • Opening the Organization
    • Roles
    • Intangible value creation
    • Multi-disciplinary collaboration
    • Multi-knowledgeable professionals
    • Permeable organizations
    • Responsive to chaos with patterns
    • Jobs
    • Just tangible deliverables
    • Functional departments
    • Narrow and deep specialists
    • Verticals
    • Static workflow based on predictability
  • Cases to Illustrate
    • Genentech Sales Training
    • Cisco Value Network
    • Wunderman Social Media
    • Bumrungrad Medical Tourism
    • Infosys Global Delivery Model
    • TiE Global Professional Networking
  • Harry Wittenberg, Senior Manager for Learning Technologies, Genentech Choosing the Right Technologies for Sales Training
  • La Veta Gibbs, Director of Global Contact Center Strategies, Cisco Value Network Mapping, Cisco Customer Interaction Centers
  • Wunderman Marketing with Social Media: Wunderman
  • Medicaltourism.com/compare-cost.php Medical Tourism: Bumrungrad
  • Infosys Global Delivery Model Infosys: The Challenge of Global Branding, Saperstein, 2005 Ivey 9B05A001
  • The Power of the TiE Network TiE 2008-2009 annual report
  • TiE Network Structure
    • Charter Members
    • Chapter Sponsors
    • Entrepreneurs
  • Legend becomes Myth
  • Implications
    • Individuals:
      • Welcome change, be porous, be curious
      • Innovate
      • Trend is Your Friend
      • Collaborate, Link
      • Profession: wide and open, not just narrow and deep
  • Implications The way we work is our most important innovation — Curt Carlson, SRI
    • Organizations:
      • Move from Inside Out to Outside In
      • Open and Innovate
      • Define roles and multi-functions
      • Co-evolve processes with technology tools