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  1. 1. TO DISRUPT, OR BE DISRUPTED? NEW THINKING FOR DIGITAL SUCCESS JESPER LOWGREN www.linkedin.com/in/jesperlowgren www.jesperlowgren.com twitter: @jesperlowgren That is the question!
  2. 2. What do you do? Why do you do it? Because corporations need to be agile, and be able to scale, to be successful in the digital world.
  3. 3. Why Do I need that? Because digital laws and dynamics are unlike anything previously seen or experienced.
  4. 4. Note. No gambling laws were violated creating this slide. You are on!
  5. 5. 5 DESCARTES: I think. Therefore I am. LAO TSE: When you have made a thought, laugh at it!
  6. 6. The problem is rapidly increasing change! This makes me dizzy!
  7. 7. CHANGE RACE External rate of change You can’t control me! Internal ability to change You can control me! Falling behind means…. losing competitive advantage being commoditised fearing for survival Hey, we have a bet. You are not supposed to help!
  8. 8. 000110100100100101100 000111010010100101010 010001110001110101001 111000110001010010110 In the digital world… • Everything is fast • Unlimited resources • Everything is identical • Easy to copy
  9. 9. But how do I compete if… • everything can be copied? • the future looks increasingly uncertain?
  10. 10. The evolution of COMPLEXITY The evolution of SIMPLICITY “back-to-the-dot WHY questions create simplicity. (WHAT and HOW questions) (WHY questions) CHANGE AND DISRUPTION HIGHLOW
  11. 11. 11 This means the organisational structure has been designed to minimise change, and ensure a clear line of command, from top to bottom.
  12. 12. Everything about digital success SIMPLIFICATION FUNNEL
  13. 13. This is from an Australian learning institution that has decided to disrupt themselves and the industry.
  14. 14. 16 ANATOMY OF DIGITAL SUCCESS 1. Simplicity, not complexity, scales in the digital world. 2. The most important questions start with WHY. 3. Purpose, not profit, is the glue that holds a business together.
  15. 15. RIGHT GOAL SUB- OPTIMAL GOAL The realisation of your highest potential Optimal life path Goal deviance WRONG GOAL
  16. 16. Specific. What is it you want? Measurable. How will you ensure you get enough of it? Assignable. Can someone else get it for you? Realistic. How much of it can you get? Time-related. When can you get it?
  17. 17. Linear Quantitative Knowledge WHAT, HOW Planning Directing Outcomes Asymmetrical Qualitative Knowing WHY Creating Innovating Inspiration
  18. 18. We need SEISMIC goals… Soar – how high do you dare imagine? Empower – how much of your unique abilities will you use? Inspire – how much impetus does it give you? Sustain – how will it sustain you? Meaningful – how much difference does it make? Integrate – how does it embody your values? Co-create – how much can you co-create with others?
  19. 19. STARTINGPOINT 1 year 2 years 3 years 4 years 5 years 1 year SEISMIC Aspiration SMART SMART SMART SMART SMART SMART ANALOGUE PLANNING AND GOAL-SETTING Recurring planning Continuous new 6-12month SMART goals DIGITAL PLANNING AND GOAL-SETTING
  20. 20. 23 ANATOMY OF DIGITAL SUCCESS 1. Simplicity, not complexity, scales in the digital world. 2. The most important questions start with WHY. 3. Purpose, not profit, is the glue that holds a business together. 4. Define your SEISMIC goal 5. Define your next SMART goal.
  21. 21. It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change. - Charles Darwin
  22. 22. URGENCY IMPORTANCE Start by prioritising what is most important!
  23. 23. Decide what is important enough to be done by yourself. And if is not important enough? Partner with someone who views it important!
  24. 24. This is an Operating Model Canvas from the same Australian learning institution.
  25. 25. 28 ANATOMY OF DIGITAL SUCCESS 1. Simplicity, not complexity, scales in the digital world. 2. The most important questions start with WHY. 3. Purpose, not profit, is the glue that holds a business together. 4. Define your SEISMIC goal 5. Define your next SMART goal. 6. Prioritise and focus based on importance, not urgency.
  26. 26. 30 Source: Dion Hinchcliffe 2016 THE POWER OF THE ECO-SYSTEM
  27. 27. 31 ANATOMY OF DIGITAL SUCCESS 1. Simplicity, not complexity, scales in the digital world. 2. The most important questions start with WHY. 3. Purpose, not profit, is the glue that holds a business together. 4. Define your SEISMIC goal 5. Define your next SMART goal. 6. Prioritise and focus based on importance, not urgency. 7. Scale through a platform at near zero cost impact.
  28. 28. ENTERPRISE DIGITAL OPERATING MODEL
  29. 29. WHAT YOU DON’T KNOWWHAT YOU KNOW
  30. 30. 34 ANATOMY OF DIGITAL SUCCESS 1. Simplicity, not complexity, scales in the digital world. 2. The most important questions start with WHY. 3. Purpose, not profit, is the glue that holds a business together. 4. Define your SEISMIC goal 5. Define your next SMART goal. 6. Prioritise and focus based on importance, not urgency. 7. Scale through a platform at near zero cost impact. 8. Be courageous!

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