Current implementation methods aren’t working – here’s how we can manage successful AI, digital, and big data transformation projects

projects management

Approximately every twenty years, organizations and leaders struggle to adapt their methods and competencies to the new reality. When it comes to implementing new types of projects, this presents a particularly difficult type of challenge. In the 1960s, traditional project management practices were introduced. These practices were mainly developed for the reconstruction of Europe after…

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Unlocking multiple forms of excellence and widening innovation through University-Business Cooperation

university-business innovation

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is technology-driven. It requires organisations to harness technology, people, physical and digital spaces into new products and services, in order to thrive in knowledge-based and inclusive societies. Already in 1995, the American economist Clay Christensen defined disruptive innovation as the means to create new markets and value networks that eventually disrupt…

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