When digital transformation is done right, it’s inspire like a caterpillar turning into a butterfly, but when done wrong, all you have is a really fast caterpillar.
Every industry and every organization will have to transform itself in the next few years. What is coming at us is bigger than the original internet and you need to understand it, get on board with it and figure out how to transform your business
Every successful organization has to make the transition from a world defined primarily by repetition to one primarily defined by change. This is the biggest transformation in the structure of how humans work together since the Agricultural Revolution.
I have no doubt that the auto industry will change more in the next five to ten years than it has in the past 50
At least 40% of all businesses will die in the next 10 years… if they don’t figure out how to change their entire company to accommodate new technologies
The next 5 years will be more disruptive than the last 15. This is NOT business as usual. A lot of technology that came in three years ago doesn’t work anymore.
We still believe there is tremendous opportunity ahead of us to ensure that we build the right digital franchise for our consumers to address…[and are] making the first minor steps towards our target of €4 billion in 2020.
There’s still a disconnect between brands listening through technology and knowing what to do with the information they’re hearing.
In the digital age of ‘overnight’ success stories such as Facebook, the hard slog is easily overlooked.
We’ve moved from digital products and infrastructure to digital distribution and Web strategy to now into more holistic transformations that clearly are based on mobile, social media, digitization and the power of analytics and we think it’s really a new era requiring new strategies.
Of course we like to have fashionable products, but we are a sports company.
Our buyer has really moved fast in digital over the last two years, that’s where they’re spending their time
True disruption changes an approach to make a product or service more accessible or more affordable.
In general, companies don’t do a great job bridging online with offline experiences, primarily based on how they’ve been historically structured on the client side and how they are being incentivized and inspire .