The following is an excerpt from Sead Fadilpašić | June 26, 2017 | betanews.com |
If you want to succeed as a start-up, you need to excel in three key categories: design thinking, open thinking and platform thinking. This is according to a new report released by Alfresco Software, which analyzed what separates winners from losers in the digital world.
Based on a poll of 328 senior-level IT executives, the report says that 64 percent of those companies that excel in the three categories above usually "report significant annual growth." On the other hand, 43 percent of companies that are still developing their capabilities in one or two of the key areas are reporting different.
Design thinking is when organizations focus a lot of their energy on user experience optimization. With open thinking, innovation from both inside and outside the organization is encouraged to drive new initiatives.
Platform thinking revolves around building an ecosystem of partners and customers that exchange capabilities and data in a manner that creates added value.
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