84% of digital transformations are failing. Leaders need a different mindset and approach from today’s leadership style. No longer can they control everything, spend most of their time in meetings, expected to have all the answers and know everything that’s going on.
Robin Speculand in his new and highly engaging interactive keynote addresses why there is such a high failure rate and most importantly identifies what leaders need to differently to implement in a digital world.
The keynote is based on client engagements and research on the state of digital conducted across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific. It introduces The Ticking Clock© Model that has been featured in Forbes, Duke CE and other international media. It explains the three strategic stages and 11 steps to succeed in adopting digitalization.
– Why Digital Execution Fails
– The Ticking Clock© Model
– Strategy Cadence – speed of execution
– Leaders Digital Mindset
– Traditional Vs Digital Execution Differences
– Best practices, examples and stories
Speculand provokes and challenges the audience by sharing digitalization secrets, stories, facts and best practices from around the world. This includes from his book World’s Best Bank: How DBS Makes Banking Joyful. He also explains why not every organization needs to be digitally driven immediately by examining strategy cadence and how digitalization differs from past strategy executions.
Robin Speculand is the founder and Chief Executive of Bridges Business Consultancy Int, a pioneer and global specialist in strategy implementation.
Robin’s pioneering work has been featured globally on BBC Global, CNBC and Financial Times among others. He is a reknowned expert and sought after speaker at key strategy and international business forums.
Robin founded Bridges at the turn of the millennium as a response to his frustration of watching implementations repeatedly fail. Since Bridges first assisted Singapore Airlines in 2000, it has helped governments, multinational organizations and local indigenous businesses across five continents successfully execute their business strategies. He refined his strategy implementation techniques in client organizations and at Citigroup in his role as Regional Vice President, Corporate Bank, Asia Pacific.
His work has led to the development of several proprietary tools that support his mantra, of ensuring organizations successfully implement strategy. One of these tools includes the Implementation Compass, a framework that identifies actions in eight critical areas for excellence in execution.
He is also a founding member of the Asia Speakers Association and outside of work, a die-hard ironman/triathlon athlete.
Robin‘s speaking topics are:
- Nine Uncommon Practices for the New Business Landscape
- Digital Execution: Enterprise + Intelligence + Implementation
- Excellence in Execution
- Strategy Implementation Challenge