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Max Mouwen

Max Mouwen has been a digital leader for more than 25 years. He is a a true digital leader, strategic advisor and manager in complex corporate size organizations. He creates new perspectives and leapforward commercial strategies, high performance culture and delivery organizations that generate high value execution power and great customer experiences. The last 5 years as the Chief Digital Officer of ING Netherlands he created prizewinning customer services, introduced great fintech innovations to the market and organized the agile foundation for the present Spotify model within ING. Max founded Xebia Digital Strategy in 2016 and supports organization at C-level in their digital acceleration.
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Digital Transformation: How to accelerate in the right direction

Posted by Max Mouwen on Apr 4, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Are you the CEO of your company? At least imagine this for a minute! How would you lead your organisation into a bright future with success and happiness for your customers, employees and yourself? You need to accelerate into the right direction. But what is your right direction?

To help you to find out the answer you should integrate three perspectives.
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Topics: Digital Strategy

Spotify-ing your organization

Posted by Max Mouwen on Jan 9, 2017 2:18:16 PM

Agile organizations, restructuring, digital transformations and digital innovators. Popular words at management meetings and dinner and drinks conversations. Many are currently closely monitoring ING to learn from the large-scale restructuring that the bank started in 2015, and the ING ‘Agile At Scale’ model that is its centerpiece. Simultaneously, we are all working hard on making the next step of our own journey toward digital hero status. There is no holy grail or a particular journey relating to becoming a more agile and innovative organization. This is one of the key conclusions of the event ‘Spotify-ing your organization’ hosted by Xebia on 24 November 2016.

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Topics: Digital Strategy