Digital transformation – why it matters
Steps in organisational transformation
Environments conducive to learning and innovation
The ABC of experimentation and agile working
Leadership buy-in and employee engagement
ICRC’s story is about working better together. It is about connecting HQ and the field. Enhancing peer to peer support.
Learn from 4 years of experience in 30 minutes. Discover ICRC’s approach, learnings, practical tactics. What works? What doesn’t? A save of time, a save of efforts for your organisation and colleagues. Let’s share together and support each other to transform our organisation and our projects.
Innovation is about challenging permanently the status quo and about allowing the space to try something new. Médecins Sans Frontières has always been innovative and agile as it works in complex contexts. In these, it must adjust operations and improve consistently the efficiency of its operations. It can only bring the best quality of care to its patients when it adapts new medical technologies and enables innovations.
Thierry Agagliate believes in the power of digital revolution for development and in social innovation. ICT for development is disruptive. It changes the way we work. It changes what we do.
Innovation at Terre des Hommes was driven by ideas from the field. Today Innovation is anchored in the organisation. Join Terre des Hommes in the innovation process – try, test, learn, commit. Let’s face it. Let’s foster innovation together.
Innovation, design thinking, agility, entrepreneurship: these are core elements of work 4.0. Why aren't these part of anyone's apprenticeship? Morris asked...
That’s how the Innovation-Box, another form of training, was born. Thanks to Morris’ commitment! It is the result of collaboration with his employer and a business school. A 19-year-old motivated apprentice gave the impulse, was supported, created something never seen before! Let’s get to know education 4.0.
For meaningful digital transformation processes you first have to invest in people, before you invest in expensive hardware. That includes staff at all levels, both operational staff and management. Once people identify with the process and are supported in it, things will start rolling. In the web-office of the Swiss Red Cross we decided to use Design Thinking wherever suitable. This approach slowly starts to permeate into the entire organisation.
those who are curious about how to deal with innovation, who drive change and are seeking solutions to current challenges.
those who deal with strategic and operational management, people and learning, knowledge management, innovation and digital transformation.
Beyond the content, it is the people you will meet and the conversations you will have together that will ensure you return home inspired and with renewed energy.