Becoming more agile’ is a common business objective for organisations that want to survive and prosper in today's increasingly disruptive and volatile business environment. But the reality is most will fail to realise this goal.
Change management is fundamental in achieving successful business transformation, and successful change management can deliver organisational cultural change and establish a better team working environment. To achieve this, a sound change management framework should be adopted to ensure that all changes to content are properly assessed, approved and implemented in a controlled and systematic manner.
Our CEO, Bruce Nixon, spoke to Australian Anthill about how businesses can survive in a Disruption Industry.
Organisations are grappling with greater levels of disruption across multiple industry sectors than ever seen before.
"Burying your head in the sand at the onslaught of constant disruption can have dire consequences on your organisation. It’s time to get real and embrace disruption, because it’s here to stay."
But it’s not as gloomy as you might think. In fact, your organisation could even benefit from disruption if you use the push as motivation for change.
We all admire the great disrupters. Tech startups like Uber, Airb&b and Amazon have revolutionised the way consumers consume. But we can’t shy away from the fact that these industry revolutionaries have also caused the financial collapse of entire businesses trying to compete in these respective industries.
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Bruce Nixon, our CEO, shares his insights into successful mergers.
It has been predicted that our fintech sector will be valued at $4.2 billion by 2020 – up from just under $250 million in 2015.
The expected October completion date for the New Payments Platform (NPP) is looming. The NPP, which will facilitate real time payments between financial institutions and customers’ accounts via a mobile device or online, represents a major milestone in Australian banking technology.
Our CEO, Bruce Nixon, spoke to Government News about why building expertise and loyalty in-house is critical to the project's success.
The adoption of new fintech services is being stifled by the the difficulty of integrating them with pre-existing apps and infrastructure.
Large, complex systems upgrades are notoriously difficult to implement. They are hard enough when the applications are reasonably new and well understood. But when you also have a high level of complexity due to silos, they provide a formidable challenge.
Our CEO, Bruce Nixon, spoke to Australian Banking & Finance Magazine about the disruption of Australia’s banking ecosystem.
"Escalating technology, changing customer expectations and disruptive new service delivery models, are opening the door for innovative, nimble fintech startups to revolutionise the market.
Fintechs are not bogged down with same legacy back-ends or the same operational complexity of the big banks. This nimbleness is a clear advantage in a market that is ready for disruption..."
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