NGI Talk: “How is Digital Innovation Shaping the Post-Digital Era” by Sam Butler
When: 14th of January at 13:00 CET
Where: Free REGISTER HERE!
About the event
Today, digital innovation is at the heart of every organization. You need to digitize internal operations to do things better, faster, and cheaper, find new ways to engage users and bring new products and services to market. Changing market conditions mean that you’re planning around a moving target, and with disruptive startups popping up all over, competition is mounting. You need a faster path to transform your innovative new ideas into winning applications and that’s where digital innovation come in.
Over the decades, societies have progressed from steam power to the division of labour, right through to the IT and electronic age. Now, most are firmly cemented in the era of datafication, hyper-connectivity, and digital labour.
These changes have had a huge impact on the IT industry which is evolving rapidly with advances in digital technologies. For those in the industry, this has created significant challenges, coupled with great opportunities.
Join the next NGI Talk, brought to you by the NGI community ambassador Sam Butler who will tell you why digital transformation is not only important but essential to your business and the world in general.
About the speaker
Sam Butler, is an all-around professional, that makes a plan, based on leverage points and lean design, and finally, writes, designs, codes, and builds, to bring ideas to life. He graduated with a degree in Politics and a certificate in Creative Writing from Princeton University. He worked with actor Mark Feuerstein (Royal Pains) to develop two impact-driven film projects, edited sports media at Bleacher Report, led a few experiments in fixing the internet, researched the world’s best climate solutions and developed a framework for community climate mitigation, managed an open data experiment with one of the largest trade finance institutions in the world, led a collaboration between Mattereum and RoUm to create digital identities for original art pieces. He also does product design and various types of consulting.