- Jun 24 2021
- 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Pivot to the Future: Digital Transformation with Paul Nunes of Accenture
Outthinker Strategy Network members will automatically receive a calendar invitation and details how to join this event.
Digital transformation” carries too many meanings and implications to be easily understood, so when a member of the Outthinker Strategy Network proposed a thought-leader he has worked with who does a good job of “taming” the subject, we immediately took notice and reached out. Paul Nunes is the Global Managing Director of Thought Leadership for Accenture Research and the author, most recently, of Pivot to the Future: Discovering Value and Creating Growth in a Disrupted World.
In this roundtable dialogue with Nunes, he will launch with a quick overview of the book’s key concepts and findings. You and your strategy peers will then engage with him around your questions and hold smaller peer conversations to share what has worked and lessons learned around the topics related to digital transformation.
- Overview of the Trapped Value Concept (society, consumer, industry, and enterprise)
- The 3 Stages of the S-Curve: managing cycles between the old, the new, and the now
- The 3 Pivots – 1. Innovation 2. Finance and 3. People
- A case study to illustrate above concepts
- Group discussion
About the guest thought leader
Paul Nunes is the Global Managing Director of Thought Leadership for Accenture Research and is a renowned innovator, author and speaker on business strategy.
Over thirty-plus years at Accenture, he has researched technology-led changes in business and marketing strategy. His findings are regularly featured in publications around the world, as are his articles on marketing and business strategy. He also writes a regular column on disruptive innovation for Forbes with author Larry Downes.
Paul is co-author of three award-winning, international-bestselling books. His most recent, Big Bang Disruption: Strategy in the Age of Devastating Innovation (Penguin Portfolio 2014), was named a must-read for 2014 by Entrepreneur magazine.
He frequently speaks at industry and management conferences around the globe and at top business schools including Harvard, Columbia, Wharton and Dartmouth.
Paul was awarded a U.S. patent in 2010 for his systematic method of improving organizational innovation processes. He earned his Master of Science in Management from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.