Two weeks of diving on Zakynthos: which diving school will we go to in those two weeks? A typical Anderson MacGyver Fit for Purpose question and in particular the Anderson MacGyver selection approach. Let me tell you about our findings.
On the first sight, data science and sculpturing have little in common. But viewed in a different light, quite intriguing similarities are revealed.
By (sometimes literally) taking the position of the user, new insights can be obtained. Also in IT transformation projects, it is key to analyse the situation from multiple perspectives. Service design methods such as personas and customer journeys could be used to obtain the desired insights.
To become a digital and agile organization, companies increasingly choose for a strategic partnership. Designing this partnership is a complex puzzle, since each partner has a different perspective on the cooperation. The puzzle should be solved together in order to exchange insights and result in an effective partnership.
‘Doing nothing’ is not an option to anyone who wants to remain relevant. The environment in which an organization operates, changes constantly. In successful organizations these changes are being monitored constantly and the business strategy is adapted or changed where necessary.
Digitalization mainly concerns handling data. What is it, how do I generated it, how do I store it, and the most important one: how can I extract important information and business value from data? For many scientists, data has been at the centre of their day-to-day work for decades.
Our mission is to help organizations in their transformation to the digital future. A future in which data and technology are used to create new opportunities, to realize competitive advantage and to be able to continuously adapt to a changing society and market.
Despite speaking the same language, it appears to be a challenge for business units with a different focus, for example Business and IT, to correctly understand each other. A true common language can offer salvation. To achieve such a language, Anderson MacGyver uses the Operating Model Canvas (OMC).
Uniformly applying one set of organization principles for the entire organization will no longer suffice: multiple leadership styles and cultures are required for a properly functioning organization. Anderson MacGyver describes this concept using the term ‘multimodality’.