Designing Digital Products

You need to create a new product or reimagine an existing one.

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Designing Product-Service Ecologies

You need to get a systemic understanding of where you are in order to move forward.

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Design-based Problem Solving

Leadership needs a new way of making decisions in an increasingly complex environment.

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Mapping the Big Picture

You can’t see the business overall and its place in the ecosystem.

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Getting (Re)Started

You can’t make progress with an important initiative.

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Designing Digital Products

You need to create a new product or reimagine an existing one.

Likely indicators:

  • Misalignment with the needs of the market and customers
  • Incoherent channel strategy is creating confusion for customers and partners
  • Sales team has promised features that do not yet exist
  • Markets demand innovation of a current product, or the need to invent a new one
  • No ROI on custom features built for individual customers

Potential impacts:

  • Gain a systematic understanding of the opportunity space
  • Become more customer-centric
  • Quickly create multiple high-potential product concepts or strategies
  • Prioritize product decisions
  • Emerge ready to go
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Designing Product-Service Ecologies

You need to get a systemic understanding of where you are in order to move forward.

Likely indicators

  • The current ecosystem is too complex for the organization to act skillfully
  • Fragment experiences frustrate internal and external customers and partners
  • Forecasts indicate that the current ecosystem will soon be obsolete or eventually collapse
  • Systemic structures and development processes don’t allow for iteration and extension of the product-service mix
  • Outdated critical systems have become an operational liability

Potential impacts:

  • Create a comprehensive map of the ecosystem
  • Map out how customers interact with products and services across the lifecycle
  • Create cohesive experiences in mixed hardware/software ecosystems
  • Quickly create multiple high-potential product concepts or strategies
  • Emerge ready to go
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Design-based Problem Solving

Leadership needs a new way of making decisions in an increasingly complex environment.

Likely indicators:

  • Need to explore new ways of working that create a more flexible, nimble organization
  • The current situation is too complex for the organization to act skillfully
  • Organizational silos prevent things from getting done
  • Current processes don’t work for the current market or organizational needs
  • M&A creates turbulence, power struggles, and misalignment
  • Inability to leverage expertise and knowledge across different parts of the organization

Potential impacts:

  • Create an open, collaborative, and naturally innovative culture
  • Enable understanding between groups separated by organizational silos
  • Produce high-value solution concepts and models from the knowledge of all participants
  • Prototype these interventions and plan ways to validate them
  • Take great ideas from across the organization(s) into plans for action
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Mapping the Big Picture

You can’t see the business overall and its place in the ecosystem.

Likely indicators:

  • The market is fundamentally changing, with shorter and steeper business cycles
  • Competitors and technologies that could undercut your value proposition or replace what you do
  • Not maximizing full value of current assets
  • Team(s) lost in detail or moving in different directions; unable to act together effectively
  • A disconnect between what the company stands for and how people experience their reality in it
  • Overall lack of motivation, focus and drive leading to high turnover

Potential impact:

  • See the current market conditions systemically
  • Collect great ideas from all participants
  • Use powerful design approaches to explore market opportunities, business models, and strategic options
  • Move past being reactive to market dynamics
  • Align organizational energy to company goals
  • Maximize value of existing assets and look for ways to activate underutilized ones
  • Create tangible plans for action
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Getting (Re)Started

You can’t make progress with an important initiative.

Likely indicators:

  • Not looking at the right problems
  • Lack of a comprehensive understanding of goals and requirements
  • Conflicting agendas and overwhelming complexity
  • Decision paralysis and an inability to prioritize
  • Delays jeopardizing delivery commitments and company viability

Potential impact:

  • Act with speed, ease and agility
  • Reviving team energy and focus
  • Establish a rhythm for program delivery
  • Team alignment and a plan for action