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Blockbusters; Nokia; Toys R Us – history is littered with examples of organisations too slow to adapt to change. Large enterprises are fully aware of the burning platform to become more nimble – in fact 82% of global enterprises have embarked on a strategic re-design in the past 3 years*. However the focus is typically internal – on systems, processes, ways of working and organisational design.
Catch up as Kim Atherton, Co-founder & CEO of Just3Things, leads a candid conversation with thought leaders from Worldpay and The Guardian, as well as renowned business advisor and author Barry O’Reilly, on why starting with customer outcomes is essential if your transformation is going to succeed, and your organisation survive.
*McKinsey, Jan 2018
Tanya Cordrey has previously worked in several sectors including ecommerce with eBay & eToys, financial services with Zopa as well as the BBC. Until the end of 2015, she was Chief Digital Officer at Guardian News & Media, playing a key role in the digital transformation of The Guardian into a global brand with more than 150 million unique users each month. Tanya now sits on the boards of various companies, such as Clarks, and runs innovation and product consultancy Granary Square
Spiros Theodossiou is SVP Product Management for WorldPay’s Global Enterprise. Prior to Worldpay, he was VP at vouchercodes and at Skrill Inc. where he led the product and design teams and focussed on agile methodologies to quickly and efficiently deliver features that customers love.
Barry O’Reilly is the author of two international bestsellers Unlearn: Let Go of Past Success to Achieve Extraordinary Results, and Lean Enterprise: How High Performance Organizations Innovate at Scale—included in the Eric Ries series, and a Harvard Business Review must read for CEOs and business leaders. He is an internationally sought-after speaker, frequent writer and contributor to The Economist, Strategy+Business, and MIT Sloan Management Review and faculty at Singularity University