The Importance of Citizen Development for Digital Transformation

Posted April 12, 2021 | Leadership | Technology | Amplify
Noel Carroll et al. outline several digital transformation challenges, illustrate how citizen development addresses them, and offer seven recommendations for those planning such an initiative.
About The Author
Noel Carroll
Noel Carroll is Associate Head of Learning, Teaching, and Assessment in the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG), where he is also a Lecturer in business information systems and Program Director for the master's of science degree in information systems management. Dr. Carroll is also a researcher with Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software, and the… Read More
Liam Ó Móráin
Liam Ó Móráin is an engineer by profession and innovator by vocation. For the past 25 years, he has worked mainly in financial services in Europe and North America. Mr. Ó Móráin has accumulated extensive experience working across a range of complex business, compliance, and regulatory environments. He has also worked at various startups, selling into global Tier-1 banks. Mr. Ó Móráin‘s particular expertise in banking lies in delivering on the… Read More
Dave Garrett
Dave Garrett is Chief Strategy and Growth Officer at Project Management Institute (PMI). He works across the organization to define, test, and deliver "new products that matter" to support dramatic increases in value to customers. Mr. Garrett is charged with assisting PMI to build teams that are aligned and integrated seamlessly across the organization. He is responsible for M&As and strategic sourcing partners to address the emerging new… Read More
Arjun Jamnadass
Arjun Jamnadass is the Managing Director for FTI Consulting in the UK. He is an expert in citizen development, Agile ways of working, digital transformation, and business change. Mr. Jamnadass has worked with business and technology leaders to establish new ways of working, enabling scalable and safe mass adoption of low-code/no-code (LC/NC) technologies. He earned a bachelor’s degree in computer and business studies and a master’s degree in… Read More
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