“ingredients”: a digital innovation strategy, a digital business model (or a business model enhanced by digital elements), digital processes, a digital ecosystem and culture, and enabling factors for digital innovation such as financing. Based on the IMP³ROVE Digital Innovation Quotient (DIQ) Report, this two-day course introduces a structured and effective way of developing a digital action plan with clear priorities, avoiding common pitfalls and tailored to specific needs and expectations.
In this course you will learn to exemplify the strengths and weaknesses of the company’s digitalization status quo and its digital innovation management performance to build a comprehensive and tangible action plan for better competitive positioning. A lively exchange of experiences with other experts during the breakout sessions will allow for a broadened view. We will equip you with helpful tools, techniques, templates and a very hands-on approach, all of which will perfectly prepare you for your next steps and allow for a deeper interpretation of the Benchmarking Report.