[Videocast] Lean Enterprise: The Future High Performance Enterprise at the Churchill Club

Churchill Club
The acceleration of change impacts technology, consumer expectations, and economic models. Nowhere has this been so profound as in the decrease in the lifespan of companies, from 67 years average in 1920 to 15 years today.
In order to survive organizations need to arrange for high performance and innovation at scale. Technology is now core to business but business is not only technology. Transformation in organizational culture, financial governance, product and people development must accompany technical excellence to optimize innovation. Will you be able to keep up the pace of change?  Will you be a disruptor or disrupted?
Churchill Club
During this session at the Churchill Club in Santa Clara Bask, Barry, Joanne, Jody and Jonathan shared their perspective on how leaders need to create thriving high performance organizations of tomorrow and what are the key attributes of success.


Jonathan Becher, Chief Digital Officer at SAP
Bask Iyer, Chief Information Officer at VMware
Jody Mulkey, Chief Technology Officer at Ticketmaster
Joanne Molesky and Barry O’Reilly, co-authors of Lean Enterprise: How High Performance Organization Innovate At Scale and ThoughtWorks

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  1. […] are always trying to find ways to dispel this inertia to change. At our recent event at the Churchill Club, Jody Mulkey, CTO at Ticketmaster, shared how they had created an award for “Epic fails” to […]

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