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Innovation Surgery: Digital Projects
Tuesday June 22 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
From idea to launch: a step-by-step guide for digital projects.
In this discussion, we will examine the typical approach taken to digital projects and why it can cause significant pain and cost for businesses.
We will look at tried and tested methods to go from idea to prototype to successful launch, with a special emphasis on:
• Identifying the real problem you’re trying to solve and shaping that into the smallest product possible to test
• Specifying your project in ‘just enough’ detail to enable a successful delivery
• Working with experts to identify the best solution for now and the future
• Driving change and transformation in your business through an organisation so your new project is a success.
We will also consider the various options you have for delivery (in-house teams, agencies, freelances, offshoring) and the typical commercial models they use.
To get the most from the session, you will need a smartphone or other device with internet access. We will be running several interactive games and simulations to bring the webinar to life.
Delivered by Sam Armondi, Managing Director of Everest Media:
Everest Media delivers business transformation solutions built on technical expertise, strong values and has a flare for delivering digital projects that power businesses and return tangible benefits.
Spaces for this particular surgery are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.
Delivered by ATI², ‘Innovation Surgery: Digital Projects ’ is a fully-funded webinar. Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), ATI² is 3-year £3.4 million project led by the University of Plymouth which supports business innovation across Cornwall and Isles of Scilly.
By registering for this fully-funded webinar event you are agreeing to your registration data being stored with ATI², the University of Plymouth and the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).