Where is the benefit?01 April, 2019
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Productivity growth has been slowing down in the last decade in major economies despite the prevalence of digital technologies. This phenomenon is widely known as the productivity paradox. One of the main reasons for this productivity slowdown could be due to the limited redesign of business models following the adoption of new digital technologies by firms.
Hear from our expert panel as they discuss:
- How to overcome challenges due to lack of leadership and management information about business model effectiveness
- What the leadership responsibility and accountability should be for business model innovation
- What types of metrics would be needed to identify and implement business model innovation
- How to enable business model innovation among partner firms in the ecosystem
Who Should Attend: Senior executives concerned about their organization's strategy and plans to introduce digital technologies and their ability to drive new business value and productivity.
Chander Velu is a Senior Fellow at The Conference Board and an Associate Professor at the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM) at the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, where he heads the Business Model Innovation Research Group. Chander has an interest in innovatio...Full Bio
Charles Popper is a Program Director at The Conference Board. In addition, he is the co-founder and CEO of TechPar Group (TPG), a strategic technology consultancy that delivers services to 200 technology investor, vendor, and user clients.
Prior to founding TPG, Popper served as vic...Full Bio