February 20, 2018

Beautiful Delivery

BY :     February 20, 2018

Many organizations struggle with how to get started with their digital transformation. They have read the articles, listened to the presentation, and have seen the videos, so they know that they need to work in a new way with new tools, but they still need practical advice on how to get going, and fast. We have an idea that we have tried and seen that it works, we call it beautiful delivery, so let me tell you about that.

But first, let’s start with the big picture, and what the main purpose of your organization is. The most common answer is to maximize the profit, but Peter Drucker had a much more important idea, which was to focus primarily on the customer. The truth is that both matters, but it’s healthy to start with the customer, while at the same time consider the benefit to the business.

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Christian Forsberg

About

Chris Forsberg is Sogeti's Global Chief Architect, and his current passion is serverless architectures with microservices, cognitive solutions like chatbots, automation, and beautiful delivery. He has a long background as an architect of digital solutions for many clients on all the major platforms, and love to experiment with new technology. For example, he has put together a YouTube video series on how to get started with the Internet of Things, and has been involved in the implementation of more than 100 apps on iOS and Android. With a global network of 600 architects, he is devoted to creating intellectual property, and one example is Digitecture, a reference architecture for digital platforms. Other examples are Appitecture®, a start package for app projects, and Appcademy®, a certification program for app developers. Chris has received several technology leadership awards including Top 100 Developers (Sweden), and ten years awarded Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Microsoft. He was an official writer for Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) for many years and has also co-authored a book on mobile development in 2001.

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*Opinions expressed on this blog reflect the writer’s views and not the position of the Sogeti Group