The Collaborative
Economy:
A Response to a Digitally
Disrupted World
Frank Farrall
ICT and media
Finance
Professional services
Retail trade
Arts and
recreation
Real estate
Construction
Wholesale trade
Manu...
1970
Technology
Core
1980
Technology
Enablement
1990
Technology
Collaboration
2000
Technology
Engagement
2010
Digital
2020...
Connected computing devices
Every ten year cycle brings 10 times the connected devices.
1970
1 MILLION
1980
10 MILLION
199...
The Super Disruptors Of 2010
Enabling the Digital Era
MOBILE ANALYTICS CLOUD SOCIAL
Digital enterprise framework
Revenue
growth
Internal
efficiency
Future
prospects
DIGITAL BUILDING BLOCKS
FUNDING DEVELOP MARKETINGLOGISTICSDESIGN
LEVEL OF INNOVATION
New competitors
PROGRESSION OF TIME
SOURCE: CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN, THE INNOVATORS SOLUTION
Disruption co...
Collaboration is a
critical component of
corporate strategy
Collaboration is
somewhat important
No collaboration strategy
...
36% of people said their organisation has become more collaborative in the last 3
years verses 6% that it has declined. Th...
No Change
20 40 60%0
Changed my way of thinking
32%
32% 23% 4%
NEW WAYS OF THINKING
• 60% of people said collaboration cha...
Know your
customer
01
Invest in
mobile, social,
data and cloud
02
Enable a
digital culture
03
Drive
continuous
improvement...
NASSCOM GIC Conclave 2015: The Collaborative Economy – an Innovative Response to a Digitally Disrupted World by Frank Farrall
NASSCOM GIC Conclave 2015: The Collaborative Economy – an Innovative Response to a Digitally Disrupted World by Frank Farrall
NASSCOM GIC Conclave 2015: The Collaborative Economy – an Innovative Response to a Digitally Disrupted World by Frank Farrall
NASSCOM GIC Conclave 2015: The Collaborative Economy – an Innovative Response to a Digitally Disrupted World by Frank Farrall
of 16

NASSCOM GIC Conclave 2015: The Collaborative Economy – an Innovative Response to a Digitally Disrupted World by Frank Farrall

Presentation by Frank Farrall, Lead Partner, Deloitte Digital - Asia Pacific @ NASSCOM GIC Conclave 2015
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Business      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - NASSCOM GIC Conclave 2015: The Collaborative Economy – an Innovative Response to a Digitally Disrupted World by Frank Farrall

  • 1. The Collaborative Economy: A Response to a Digitally Disrupted World Frank Farrall
  • 2. ICT and media Finance Professional services Retail trade Arts and recreation Real estate Construction Wholesale trade Manufacturing Mining Utilities Agriculture Government services Education Health Transport Recruitment and cleaning Accommodation and food services 32% OF THE AUSTRALIAN ECONOMY 17% OF THE AUSTRALIAN ECONOMY 18% OF THE AUSTRALIAN ECONOMY 33% OF THE AUSTRALIAN ECONOMY Impact(%changeinbusiness) Digital disruption map
  • 3. 1970 Technology Core 1980 Technology Enablement 1990 Technology Collaboration 2000 Technology Engagement 2010 Digital 2020 Exponential Technology cycles Technology eras are characterized by exponential growth and connectivity. Mainframes Distributed terminals Core computing Office computing Mini-computers Word processing Spreadsheets Home computing Pc revolution Network computing Email Relational databases Client-server applications Internet revolution Browser wars Customer engagement Intranet applications Broadband Mobile Cloud computing Big data – analytics Social media Wearables Artificial intelligence Sensing Home automation Digital cars Digital money Quantum computing 3d printing / manufacturing
  • 4. Connected computing devices Every ten year cycle brings 10 times the connected devices. 1970 1 MILLION 1980 10 MILLION 1990 100 MILLION 2000 500 MILLION 2010 10 BILLION 2020 70 BILLION 2030 1 TRILLION
  • 5. The Super Disruptors Of 2010 Enabling the Digital Era MOBILE ANALYTICS CLOUD SOCIAL
  • 6. Digital enterprise framework Revenue growth Internal efficiency Future prospects DIGITAL BUILDING BLOCKS
  • 7. FUNDING DEVELOP MARKETINGLOGISTICSDESIGN
  • 8. LEVEL OF INNOVATION New competitors PROGRESSION OF TIME SOURCE: CLAYTON CHRISTENSEN, THE INNOVATORS SOLUTION Disruption comes from the bottom
  • 9. Collaboration is a critical component of corporate strategy Collaboration is somewhat important No collaboration strategy Faster than competition Same pace as competition 52.25% 36.49% 11.26% 222 29.63% 61.57% 8.80% 216 20.22% 60.11% 19.67% 183 Slower than competition N = “HOW HAS YOUR ORGANISATION GROWN COMPARED TO KEY COMPETITORS” Business benefit – Overall growth
  • 10. 36% of people said their organisation has become more collaborative in the last 3 years verses 6% that it has declined. The key drivers of this change were: • Progressive leadership and culture • Workplace champions • Technology as enabler to drive adoption 45.8%Workplace culture or management structure People in your team Technology available Customer driven Workplace design Economy or market 38.5% 28.1% 22.0% 20.4% 19.0% Trends
  • 11. No Change 20 40 60%0 Changed my way of thinking 32% 32% 23% 4% NEW WAYS OF THINKING • 60% of people said collaboration changed their way of thinking and doing things • Of those people, 27% said they have experienced considerable change or complete transformation. Workplace impact
  • 12. Know your customer 01 Invest in mobile, social, data and cloud 02 Enable a digital culture 03 Drive continuous improvement 04 Next steps for businesses

Related Documents