Advisor

The Four Forces of Agilification

Posted December 5, 2018 in Business & Enterprise Architecture

Gone are the days that an organization could plan for sustainable competitive advantage and build a five-year (or even three-year) strategic plan. The business environment has become ever-more chaotic, dynamic, and disruptive. Enter agility, as the new capability to develop transient competitive advantage with shorter planning and execution cycles. Welcome to the age of “agilification.” In this Advisor, the authors touch on the important interplay among leadership, culture, business architecture, and digital architecture.

About The Author
Yesha Sivan
Yesha Sivan is the founder and CEO of i8 ventures, a business platform focusing on "innovating innovating." He is also a visiting professor of digital, innovation, and venture at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School. Dr. Sivan's professional experience includes developing and deploying innovative solutions for corporate, hi-tech, government, and defense environments. He focuses on digital strategy (SVIT – Strategic Value of… Read More
Raz Heiferman
Raz Heiferman is a Senior Digital Transformation Advisor at i8 ventures. Previously, he was Co-CEO and Senior Advisor at Be Digital; Acting Government CIO and Manager of the Shared Services Division at the Israel CIO Office; CIO at Direct Insurance, Bezeq, and Optrotech; and has held other senior positions in two leading Israeli software houses. Mr. Heiferman teaches graduate courses on business strategy and digital transformation at several… Read More
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