Transforming Work in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, Data, and Disruptive Technologies
THE HUMAN + MACHINE WORKFORCE
StrategyOps is a practice and approach that enables Strategic Agility by integrating the enterprise Business Strategy with Intelligent Operations.It aims to get the business areas, shared services, and infrastructure leaders and teams to collaborate with the C-suite to develop and orchestrate a Human + Machine workforce. StrategyOps is about customer excellence and business outcomes generated with a winning enterprise strategy that creates business capabilities with intelligent workflows and agile assets.
Start your StrategyOps training now, to plan, anticipate, and monetize your Human + Machine assets and skills required to meet your strategic goals and reduce your enterprise IT talent gap.
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Hear from Ruben Melendez, founder of the StrategyOps Institute, about the StrategyOps movement, practice, and approach and why creating a Human + Machine workforce is essential to enable Strategy Agility in an enterprise.
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"Thank you for introducing me to StrategyOps. With the velocity of change we're experiencing now, due largely to disruptive technologies like AI, having an elegant way for the entire C-suite to collaborate is imperative. I especially like the human + machine Lego-like component approach."
Dave Parker, Rootstrike Labs, Inc.
"The StrategyOps approach is essential for all members of the C-suite, operational leaders, and technology teams. The fact that the StrategyOps courses include enabling methods from the EVC Framework increased my confidence on how to adopt StrategyOps practice.
Mark Smith, Division CIO, GE
"I have been successfully using the methods from the EVC Framework for over eight years, and the expanded use of EVC methods in a StrategyOps practice is what enterprises need to implement an intelligent and dynamic operating model."
Ed Breton, CIO and SVP, ADE Manufacturing Inc.