Innovating Yourself: Where Do You Start in an Enterprise?

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Kiran Divakaran, Enterprise Architect, Eturnti Enterprise Consulting

Innovating Yourself: Where Do You Start in an Enterprise?

Kiran Divakaran, Enterprise Architect, Eturnti Enterprise Consulting

How will you go under the hood and find potential for innovation in your enterprise? It is all around and unless you take action and find your innovation potential and align your efforts in that direction, you as a company can effectively be a thing of the past. What best practices, challenges within and outside the organization will you have to face to get past this? How will you get people to accept a culture of innovation which is disruptive and acceptable in the market? How lean can you become to challenge your own status quo? We will look at a typical banking software company who can start looking at a lot of surround offerings by running parallel experiments instead of just being seen as a banking software player. The idea is to exploit the interface product boundaries and potentially also innovate in more than one industry.


Kiran Divakaran has a total of 18 years in IT and has set up grounds-up teams from when team size was zero to fully functional teams delivering on the product mandate on multiple occasions. He has consulted with national and international clients on architecture, product evangelisation, product development, product management, IT optimization, bench marking, knowledge management, go to market strategies. He has sound product development, product management experience coupled with thought leadership in large enterprises and grounds up work. He has Proven product, project, program and people management  experience in core banking, mobile payments, product development with an ability to harness fit for purpose agile practices.  Some of the products and solutions worked have figured in the top leaders quadrant consistently of Gartner and Forester.

 

 

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