The “innovation” label can sometimes feel a bit overused, especially when it is now affixed to everything from kitchen appliances to bottled water. In a business context, it often seems anything can be called “innovation” as long as it looks even slightly different to how things have always been done!
This makes true innovation all the more valuable when it does occur. Dr. Michael Rosemann, Professor of Information Systems and Executive Director, Corporate Engagement, at Queensland University of Technology, is an expert at spotting these rare occasions.
Dr. Rosemann’s work is focused on creating compelling future worlds, with tomorrow’s possibilities making current practices obsolete. He presented attendees at Signavio’s Business Leaders Luncheon with a range of practical insights and recommendations on how businesses can capitalize on the “opportunity richness” of the digital age, as opposed to remaining focused on streamlining existing processes.
(Of course, Signavio is no slouch when it comes to unleashing innovation – check out our blog post on howcan help transform your business.)
The photos below give a great snapshot (no pun intended) of the successful event, which was conducted in association with the NSW Business Chamber, and hosted by Australian network news personality, Ryan Phelan.
Ryan Phelan, from Australia’s Channel 7, provides an introduction to the day.
Pointing the way to a bright future with Signavio.
Asking the tough questions about the digital economy, and business innovation and transformation capabilities.
Professor Rosemann, expert in revenue resilience, digital mindfulness, and innovation/opportunity management, in full swing.
All smiles after lunch.
If you’d like to follow Dr Rosemann’s lead, as well as emulating the business luminaries from the APAC region, why not get started with afrom Signavio. To find out about the next Business Leaders Luncheon, or a similar event coming up near you, check out the page. We would be delighted to see you!