Mark Newman is a strategist and consultant. Starting his career as an electronics systems engineer he has since established a new international R&D facility for Nokia, created global marketing strategies, and advised multinationals such as BP. Mark has remained at the forefront of our new digital world as it has evolved.
He is now CEO & Founder of The Morphix Company, which is committed to providing large organisations with the framework they need to support both the behavioural and technological sides of enterprise-wide agility.
Mark’s Roundtable: Transforming Big Business: What place has software in creating an empowered and collaborative business?
As the need to adapt and pivot to meet the constant flow of change and challenge increases, it’s harder to make the split between projects, programmes and portfolios and operations. Business change is becoming business-as-usual, meaning that discrete initiatives and operational activities somehow have to morph into one. Can we offer re-use not re-work, control not command, and the cultural shift that’s needed to effect sustainable transformation? Does the organisational structure guide empowered teams to evolve solutions through collaboration, knowledge-sharing and an Agile workflow?