10 April 2019
20 years ago, new products appeared in the market every year and disruptive changes in the market happened every decade. Now new products appear in the market every month and disruptive changes in the market happen every year. What will happen in 10 years from now?
Agile makes sense in a context where organisations need to develop adaptation capabilities to deliver products more often and customised customer’s needs. Experimentation-based product development frameworks help us solve this problem, but in 10 years from now that probably won’t be enough.
We all know some players that have drastically changed the rules of the game for all the other players such as Netflix, AirBnB, Uber and Lime. I believe that in 10 years from now these disruptive changes in the market will happen every month and organisations will need to develop resilience. Resilience will allow organisations to be ready to frequently overcome extreme changes in the market and dynamically reshape themselves for the new conditions faster. Disruptive change simulation frameworks will help us solve this fast approaching problem.
In this workshop, we’ll study the theoretical foundations that justify this evolution and analyse the elements that will help organisations become extremely resilient to change. Furthermore I will present, with hands-on exercises, a model for organisations to increase resilience and a framework to simulate disruptive changes within Business domains.