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Future XL is much in demand as a speaker at conferences, on the radio and the internet, but also publishes itself via blogs and books.
Organizations worldwide are investing massively in financial and non-financial risk management. Processes, controls, tooling, education….. the lot!. Nevertheless, their executive boards invariably deal with it defensively and see it as a regulatory dissatisfier. Why is that? Surely not only to keep heir license to operate?
Patterns of responsibility is the title of a book by Henk van Luijck, former professor of Nijenrode, on business ethics and corporate governance. In it he distinguishes two approaches to these themes; a compliance strategy and an integrity strategy.
In the second video in this series, we focus on the financial aspects of digital transformation. After all, the goal is to create value. But if you don’t apply it properly, it rather destroys value.
Denise Pellinkhof interviews Ken van Ierlant. He is director of FutureXL, has 45 years of experience in digital transformation and is the author of the book ‘Data – value – creation: how to earn money in the digital age’.
In 2017, the IDC indicated through a study that every company would have to deal with digital disruption. (“Become a Data Thriver: Realize Data Driven Digital Transformation,” Nov 2017) 2017). And that the effect would be large on many companies.
FutureXL directs the digital transformation projects. All necessary disciplines are brought together from an ecosystem. By optimally aligning operational business processes and technology, a super-efficient operational model is created.
Digital Transformation 4.0 actually says it itself: this is not about an incremental transformation, but about a step-change change, aimed at disruption and exponential value creation by using DATA to guarantee the continuity of the organization.
In his new book Data-Value-Creatie, how to earn money in the digital age, Ken van Ierlant smashes the IT infrastructure of organizations in the Netherlands with a huge sledgehammer blow.
Although COVID-19 puts enormous pressure on turnover at many companies, this virus also has positive sides. Companies are forced to critically evaluate their current revenue model and organizational structure. T
When it comes to day trading in the stock market, every second can be the difference between a huge profit and a huge loss. Especially when it comes to High Frequency Trading where every millisecond is of enormous importance.
Tesla has been one of the most talked about companies in recent months. Where the company has been in the news in recent years mainly because the balance sheet value was under enormous pressure.
The financial impact of digital technologies is grossly underestimated, according to Ken van Ierlant, digital thought leader and director at FutureXL. “We don’t seem to accept a new reality easily.”
In 2022 you will see many organizations using advanced digital techniques. Some even see an opportunity to fully digitize a large part of their processes. But is this also digital transformation? Not necessarily.
With a pizza, the generic base is just as important as the different fillings on it. After all, a bad base ruins any pizza, no matter how good and tasty the content is. The same applies to data and applications
As soon as you as an organization have found a suitable answer to Simon Simek’s WHY question, the following mantra will be discussed: DATA. Or better, data-driven working. This is now an existential topic for many organizations.
We are currently on the eve of a revolution in which new rules arise and society and organizations are redesigned. The worldwide rapid technological developments are the basis of this revolution.