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Informative, incisive talks with business professionals and experts on cross industry hot market topics - onsite in an inspiring "breakout location" or as a downloadable podcast: BearingPoint Talks.
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Recently, more and more companies have installed a Chief Transformation Officer. The responsibilities of this role vary greatly from company to company. It is often intended to accelerate digital transformation, business model innovation, and/or growth. We focused on the Change Management part of it, and discussed how to successfully lead and drive such transformations as a CTO? In our discussion, we combined more than 100 years of experience in the field of transformation which we used to investigate two major aspects: employee motivation and the required skillset of the CTO.
In the first phase of the crisis, insurers had to maintain their operational capacity to (re)act and at the same time implement state-imposed security measures. The typical change curve with rigidity of shock and subsequent actionism could be broadly observed. Now the industry returns to a phase of consolidation. According to Niklas Elser, the necessary actionism in the crisis allowed for many things to develop overnight and the crisis created instant clarity about pending digitization plans. However now, these initial achievements must be combined with an overarching strategy, otherwise event the best approaches will be lost.
As Digitalization progresses, the consulting industry will change sooner or later. Together with ASCO, Association of Management Consultants Switzerland, this BearingPoint Talk discusses the future development of the own business model.