The short answer is simple: yes–by continuously accelerating progress against your innovation agenda with your highest focus on execution. But what skills and key principles should an organisation keep in mind to successfully plan and implement an innovation program? Bea Tartsanyi, Endava Innovation Lead shares a number of principles to help your business thrive.
Innovative start-ups should not be limited to net-new companies. Large corporations may need to create an in-house start-up, either for a new product or a new service. Bradley explains the eight factors decision makers should consider based on our experience in working with corporate start-ups.
They should though. Ian Kelly, our SVP of Programme Acceleration talks us through the logic of applying agile fundamentals to business decision making processes and how it could benefit the overall programme strategy and development of modern organisations.
Helena Nimmo examines the digital changes experienced across businesses due to COVID-19 and gives advice on how organisations can build up and maintain resilience and adaptability going into the future.
Bradley Howard discusses how businesses can use hackathons to foster creative innovation among their technical and creative staff and shares advice on what it takes to make in-person and virtual hackathons successful.
In the light of a very changeable year in 2020, Helena Nimmo shares her key takeaways from the Gartner IT Symposium EMEA and explains why modularity, agility and technologies like cloud, data and automation are not just part of IT, but of future-focused business leadership.