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Innovation Week 2018

Erfahren Sie hier mehr über die diesjährige Accenture Innovation Week und was in den einzelnen Locations Zürich, Wien und München passiert ist.

10. APRIL  Zürich

19.00 Uhr | Welcome & Introduction
Thomas D.Meyer, Country Managing Director Switzerland | Accenture
 

19.15 Uhr | Scaling Innovation

The Missing Piece of the Innovation Puzzle
Mark Turrell, Professor of Global Strategy | Hult International Business School
  

19.40 Uhr | Driving Change and Innovation­ into a Coporate Environment
Sascha Türck, Head of Market and Proposition Management | Zurich Insurance Company Ltd.
 

19.50 Uhr | Innovation from an Academic Point of View
Prof. Dr. Dirk Helbing, Professor of Computational Social Science | ETH Zurich
 

20.00 Uhr | Panel Discussion

Open Innovation - What does Innovation mean for the different parties?
Mark Turrell
Sascha Türck
Thomas D. Meyer
Pascal Kaufmann, Starmind Founder and Visionary
Prof. Dr. Dirk Helbing
 

20.30 Uhr | Get-together


11. APRIL  Wien

14.30 Uhr | Opening & Innovation in the NEW
Michael Zettel, Country Managing Director Austria | Accenture
 

15.15 Uhr | Scaling Innovation

The Missing Piece of the Innovation Puzzle
Mark Turrell, Professor of Global Strategy | Hult International Business School
 

15.45 Uhr | Innovation Leader Insights | Innovation Labs: Best Practices or Fuck-Ups?

ÖBB: Open Innovation Lab
Harald Kollmann, Projektmanager des CEOs für Innovationsagenden | ÖBB Holding AG

BeeOne@ErsteGroup | Do-Tank, Fintech or…
Stefan Häbich, Managing Director BeeOne GmbH

A Perspective on Venture
Oliver Holle, CEO | Speedinvest
  

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Michael Zettel, Country Managing Director Austria | Accenture Austria

Mark Turrell, Professor of Global Strategy | Hult International Business School

Harald Kollmann, Projektmanager des CEOs für Innovationsagenden | ÖBB Holding AG

Stefan Häbich, Managing Director | BeeOne GmbH

Oliver Holle, CEO | Speedinvest
 

16.45 Uhr | Get-together


13. APRIL  München

10.00 Uhr | Scaling – The Missing Piece of the Innovation Puzzle
Mark Turrell, Professor of Global Strategy | Hult International Business School
 

10.45 Uhr | Innovation Leader Insights

Our Vision and Priorities for a bright Future
Elizabeth Theophille, Chief Technology Officer & Digital IT Lead | Novartis

From Services to Platforms: Deutsche Bank's Experience
Dr. Markus Pertlwieser, Chief Digital Officer, Private and Commercial Bank | Deutsche Bank

Digital Business Models - New Client Experience
Armin Pohl, CEO | Mackevision Medien Design GmbH
 

11.50 Uhr | Interactive Workshops

Exponential Organizations

Digital Culture

Enabling Data & Al Organization

New Ways of Working

Agile Enterprise

New Customer Experience
 

Parallel Sessions

Innovation Lab Leads Session

Maximizing Innovative Strength
Dr. Ulrich Küsthardt, Chief Innovation Officer | Evonik Industries AG

Working Culture - the Unforeseen Elephant
Dr. Alexander Graf, Head of Digitalization P-Div | ZF Friedrichshafen

Redefining Customer Experience in Chemical Sourcing
David Schneider, CEO | ChemSquare GmbH
  

Parallel Sessions

Exhibition with innovative Demo Cases
 

14.30 Uhr | How do Digital Innovations Drive New Business Models?

Self-Driving Supply Chain at Merck Kgaa
Alessandro De Luca, Chief Information Officer - HealthCare | Merck Kgaa

Next Generation Business Models
Jens Monsees, Vice President Digital Strategy | BMW

Exponential Organizations
Yuri van Geest, Author and Founder of Singularity University | Singularity University

The Missing Piece of the Innovation Puzzle
Mark Turrell, Professor of Global Strategy | Hult International Business School
 

16.00 Uhr | Get-together


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Workshop Zusammenfassung

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Exponential Organizations

Exponential Organizations

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Yuri van Geest | Singularity University


Digital Culture

Digital Culture

Relevance and potential of workshop topic: 

  • Digitalization changes the nature of work dramatically. New solutions driven by AI, robotics and advanced analytics drive automation and require new skill sets. Work is increasingly being organized in multi-disciplinary project teams, enhanced by an extended liquid workforce.
  • Organizations need to address these disruptions in order to stay competitive and realize the full value from their digital transformations
  • Creating a digital culture is a central element to successfully transform the organization, starting with new leadership attitudes, upskilling employees, attracting new talent, organizing for agility and implementing new ways of workings and behaviors sustainably

How can Accenture help tap into new opportunities?

  • Accenture supports organizations to realize the full value from their digital transformation programs beyond the process and technical aspects by shaping and implementing the respective people agenda with our clients
  • This includes defining the future digital culture, capability frameworks, employee experiences, learning journeys, recruiting excellence, HR transformation
  • We do this based on our extensive digital transformation experience, leveraging tools and methods such as DesignThinking, insight-driven Change Management, Next Generation Communications, Social Collaboration, Digital/Mobile Learning, Agile Project Management and our global network of Innovation Centers

Key take-aways of the workshop: 

The digital organization is determined by it’s leadership, talent management, corporate culture and organizational set up. Key design principles to embed the digital culture are:

  1. Co-Create the Target Culture: Co-collaborate with key stakeholders to set “North Star” Digital Vision and leverage innovation methods & multidisciplinary teams to define culture
  2. Engage the Leadership: Yes, stating the obvious – BUT: KEY TO SUCCEED! Start from the top! Coach leaders on New IT, develop a Capabilities & Behavior Framework
  3. Reimage Work: New roles: From workforce planning to work planning; assess tasks and skills, not jobs and allocate to machines and humans
  4. Scale up New Skilling: Prioritize skills and account for different levels of willingness / capability; Go digital to create innovative, interactive learning experiences
  5. Organize for Agility: As people do less repetitive work and participate in a series of project teams, they must be given more autonomy and decision making power
  6. Hard-Wire Change in the Organization: Define the employee experience and career paths and ebbed actions in the people processes, e.g. targets linked to project contributions

Götz Erhardt | Accenture


DATA and AI Driven Organizations

DATA and AI Driven Organizations

Relevance and potential of workshop topic: 

  • Anticipation of customer needs (predictve)
  • Optimization of processes and increasing efficiency (decreasing costs)
  • Generating individual solutions

How can Accenture help tap into new opportunities?

  • specific use case at BMW plant about integration of occupancy data to optimize production in a BMW plant (“predictive lighting”)
  • Accenture can enable organizations and help them apply Data and AI within their companies
  • Most voted ideas of the WS were about being agile, creating data lakes, acquiring new skills, co-creation and sharing of data as well as developing new data business models Accenture can focus on these topics and communicate with its customers accordingly

Key take-aways of the workshop: 

  • Legal issues are still uncertain
  • Communication of the topic is more about the future than the “now”
  • We have one question statement but many different understandings of it

Andreas Braun | Accenture


New Ways of Working

New Ways of Working

Relevance and potential of workshop topic: 

The topic is very relevant for all our clients especially because of their Digital Transformation Journeys. The workshop was fully booked and the feedback from the participants was very good.

Key take-aways of the workshop: 

The implementation of new ways of working within the companies requires the following:

  • Strong Leadership Support
  • Mindset change
  • Training and help to include the lessons learned into the daily job
  • “Immer dran bleiben”

 


Sigrid Stinnes | Accenture


Agile Enterprise

Agile Enterprise

Relevance and potential of workshop topic:

  • Highly relevant, all participants across industries did actively participate in the activites and had a great discussion
  • As no one seems to have a silver-bullet but target of an Agile enterprise as desirable, many different ideas and discussions emerged

How can Accenture help tap into new opportunities?

  • Push the Agile Enterprise Offering, Daniel Behar and Alexander Birke drive
  • Leverage the combined knowledge and offerings from Accenture Strategy, ACN Consulting T&O Change Management and Technology‘s LivingAgility Advisory group
  • Accenture Digital & Fjord: Innovation Consulting, Design Thinking, Open Innovation

Key take-aways of the workshop:

Start with small projects, celebrate and scale Pirate ship of the 21st century: Establishment of independent organizational units in companies that drive innovation

  • Storytelling and communication
  • Establish trust in the "agile" approach
  • Employee First
  • Establish Agile Mindset

 


Daniel Behar | Accenture


New Customer Experience

New Customer Experience

Relevance and potential of workshop topic: 

  • Our clients know that their future growth depends on their ability to deliver high quality, personalized customer experiences. For many companies, however, those investments are not generating the growth or competitive advantage they envisioned – often caused through the fact, that customers’ expectations are evolving far faster than companies’ abilities to address them.
  • Customers want to be understood by companies they do business with. Understanding their needs, preferences and past interactions need to result in tailored experiences and personalization

How can Accenture help tap into new opportunities?

  • Companies need support that enables them to understand the changing customer context, to offer innovative products and services that are continually & quickly re-designed, and to develop transformative experiences that reshape the customer's way of life 
  • Accenture needs to support their clients on their own journey to create & establish the skills & capabilities needed for creating new products & services embedded in seamless customer experiences.

Key take-aways of the workshop: 

  • Customer centricity turned out as a common denominator in creating new experiences
  • Technological innovation and data analytics recognized as essential enabler to understand the customer emotionally 
  • The ecosystem of partners is of critical importance in creating new customer experiences
  • Need for cultural change in regards to a new mindset and new way of working e.g. failing fast & cheap, experiment/prototype, agility, faster time to market, etc.

 


Armin Pohl | Mackevision


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