This is a session at Innov8rs Connect – Business Design & Venture Building, 12-13 May 2020

How to Scale Innovation Successfully

There’s no denying that we’re in the midst of a revolution – the fourth industrial revolution. Unlike the previous ones that were caused by steam power, electricity and the internet, this one is caused by digital technology disrupting all other forms of technologies, ranging from the physical to biological to social. Boards and CEOs understand the urgency and are very invested in digital innovation. Sadly, 70% of all digital transformations fail!

The issue is in scaling innovations successfully. Join Tony Saldanha, ex-VP Procter & Gamble, highly sought-after speaker, thought leader and author as he shares his secrets on how to craft a winning strategy.

Tony Saldanha

President at Transformant. Author of Why Digital Transformations Fail

Tony Saldanha is a globally recognized expert and thought-leader in Global Business Services (GBS) and Digital Technology. He ran Procter & Gamble’s famed multi-billion dollar GBS and IT operations in every region across the world during a 27 year career there. Tony has over three decades of international business expertise in the US, Europe, and Asia.

He was named on Computerworld’s Premier 100 IT Professionals list in 2013. Tony’s experiences include GBS design and operations, CIO positions, acquisitions and divestitures, outsourcing, disruptive innovation, and creation of new business models.

Tony is currently President of Transformant, a consulting organization that advises over 20 Fortune 100 companies around the world in digital transformation and global business services. He is also a founder of two blockchain and AI companies, and an adviser to venture capital companies.

His book titled Why Digital Transformations Fail was released globally in July 2019 and ranked #1 on Amazon’s New Releases for Organizational Change, listed on publisher Berrett-Koehler’s best-sellers for July 2019, and recommended by various publishing forums like CEO-Reads, Book-Pal, CEO Library and others. Forbes contributor Michelle Greenwald called it the “best business book ever that you’re yet to read”.

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