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Threading the Needle: Achieving Innovation in a Transformed World

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Markets are changing constantly. Companies are trying to keep their heads above water and stay on top of their competitors. But how? Through transformation and innovation. Organizations must find ways to innovate and achieve a competitive advantage, while also transforming their business to create efficiencies.

In our latest article, we explore this topic in more detail. We’ll lay out all the facts and the problems companies are facing, and most importantly explain how companies can still win with concepts like transformation and innovation.

Download the article to learn more about:

  • Why the most successful companies focus innovation efforts on value, revenue and service models, while transformation efforts should be centered on cost, operation and performance.
  • The difference between best practices and leading practices, and why it matters.
  • Why knowing where to start is the key to your innovation and transformation initiative.

In today’s ever-changing world, almost every organization has some form of innovation or transformation defined in their strategy. This whitepaper provides key insights that will help your organization achieve their business objectives. Download now to get started.

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