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Inspired by the ThoughtWorks Technology Radar, the Phase2 Innovation Radar is our tool for organizing research and experiential knowledge. This tool has proven vital in tracking the rapidly evolving facets of today’s digital experience platforms.
Innovation
While self-service is critical, the path to achieving it and what it should look like for your organization are not always easy to uncover. But the theme is clear: the future is about providing care on demand, when and where patients need it.
Automation
With a new year comes new resolutions and ideas. There’s an air of possibility that can be invigorating and inspiring. As brand creatives, this is the perfect time to assess our brands. It’s important to employ data and strategy — to know, not just feel, what is right.
Creative
We must find the strength to be in contribution — to give of ourselves to those who have less, and to help the communities of which we’re a part to survive this storm. It’s by tapping into this generosity that we discover our true resilience — as individuals and as organizations.
Tech Unites Us
The changes to business and everyday life wrought by COVID-19 and the subsequent economic downturn, should be accelerating digital transformation for every organization on the planet. While I have certainly read journal articles paying homage to this orientation, what I am seeing as the CEO of a digital agency, is a lot of pre-pandemic thinking.
Innovation
The term “innovation” is thrown around more than any other term in this area of business, or possibly only second to “digital transformation”. But, how does it actually come to life at Phase2 and what benefit do our clients and employees derive from it? Phase2 views that innovation activities come from 2 primary sources: Grassroots and Directed.
Innovation
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