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IN99B - The Art of Starting Small: Why Failing Fast May No Longer Be An Option

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As organizations test out new capabilities, they often begin with small pilots to prove the business case for a large technological investment. However, it can be challenging to scale those pilots to an enterprise level. Indeed, it's not enough simply to pilot; failing to scale successful programs leaves significant opportunities untapped.     Business leaders don't always have to find themselves navigating uncharted territory anymore. Many DSN (Digital Supply Network) applications that were once considered bold leaps of faith have evolved into standard capabilities. Leveraging proven business cases into enterprise-wide solutions can allow leaders to create a more informed, targeted path for their own evolution - and provide a roadmap to scaling that doesn't have to involve failure. On the other hand, identifying which innovations are truly unproven may help leaders understand how - and when - to invoke a more traditional approach to piloting, learning, and scaling.

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Industry 4.0 (Digital Manufacturing)
Industry 4.0/ Smart Manufacturing/ Digital Factory
Understand why the mantra of "fail fast" may no longer be appropriate in many cases.
Build archetype-appropriate strategies for success at scale.
Build a programmatic approach to DSN (Digital Supply Network) plans.
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45 minutes
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