Learn how to put outcomes and improvements at the forefront of innovation delivery.

Many organisations have been preoccupied in recent years with their repeated efforts to upgrade to digital technologies, digital media, and digital delivery channels. However, digital transformation has also opened the opportunity for organisations to question major assumptions about their business model – the users being served, the experiences offered to them, and the most efficient ways to deliver those experiences in a co-ordinated, consistent and cost-effective way. Consequently, real world thinking and experiences in business model innovation have changed significantly over the past few years.

How can business model innovation keep pace with changing business needs?

KTN will be hosting an event in London on the 16th January exploring business model innovation in digital transformation and presenting a few simple frameworks and models that can be used to help explain core concepts of business model innovation, and techniques that help accelerate business model experimentation in your organisation.

Led by Ian Osborne, Head of Complex Systems at KTN with Professor Alan Brown, Head of the Department of Digital Economy and Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, at the University of Surrey running the workshop using a process that he has developed in his role looking at the digital transformation of government.

Aimed at individuals from public authorities with responsibilities to deliver innovation in the delivery of services, and yet facing the challenge of scoping and justifying the investments in terms of improvements and outcomes.

Learn how to put outcomes and improvements at the forefront of innovation delivery.

Register here.

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