CXO Leadership

Shifting from a Principle-Dependent to a Scenario-Driven Business

Shifting from a Principle-Dependent to a Scenario-Driven Business

There is a rapid change in customer expectations, business models, and how work gets done. Yet, from planning demand to building operational capability to establishing a robust partner ecosystem support, many businesses still depend on principles enshrined as best practices decades ago. How can we rethink and shift our business planning and delivery efforts to more realistic scenario-driven models that are continually refined based on actual outputs? What is holding organizations back from taking this leap? What can business and IT leaders do collaboratively to enable this shift?


Nick Giannakakis

Nick Giannakakis, Group Chief Information Officer, Motor Oil

He holds a degree in Physics, a Master of Science (MSc) in Industrial Systems Management and Administration and is a graduate of the International Institute for Management Development - IMD (Lausanne, Switzerland). He has 20 years of inte... More   View all posts
Jennifer Greenman

Jennifer Greenman, Chief Information Officer, Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Jennifer Greenman is the Chief Information Officer of Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA). An accomplished health care executive with over fifteen years’ experience leading diverse teams in innovative technology solution developm... More   View all posts


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