A new way to look at what makes the world go round.
Capitalism. It has served us humans well indeed. But how do we update something so complex in a way that makes sense? It’s more engaging talking about it than reading so watch the video, and give me your ideas in the comments.
How do we go from a system that is great for humans to one that is great for humans (and the rest of the world) in the long run? Maybe the answer can be found in a new way of looking at customers.
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Advantages of the Disrupt.Re/ methodology:
Learn by Doing
Doing is the best way to understand, adapt and welcome change.
Our approach to change (the result of digital transformation) is inclusive workshops where we, together with employees, go through the drivers and forces that help shape the future version of the company/organization.
Adapting to digitalization is a process that requires time.
The effort and engagement by employees are the number one determinator if the outcome of digital transformation is going to be successful or not. Our approach is to slowly go from physical workshops to digital workshops and introduce smarter digital ways of working in small steps.
Follow the progress
The best way to change the state of operation is leading by example.
Working with “the purpose of the organization” and how that is formulated in a vision concept that we co-create is all great. Even better is that we show what we are doing on an internal digital channel that gets updated frequently in a transparent way.
Grow in ability
Once the work has progressed and a good base for communication is established – it’s time to prototype.
It doesn’t matter how you prototype in the beginning. Doing is doing, no matter how it is done. When the requirements for a really fast innovation loop grows you want to enable stakeholders to test things really fast. We are developing the Disrupt Innovation system. It’s a design system on steroids that is designed to empower everyone.
Some of the takeaways
What will our people actually learn?
It’s one thing to look on abstract descriptions, but what skills will we learn that enable us in the future?
Prototype your future with the disrupt innovation system
More on the system soon. It’s pretty awesome.