Jochen Malinowski is Managing Director at Accenture. He has been working since more than two decades in the area of designing and delivering large, innovative technology architectures and systems and advising clients on Cloud, Agility, Modern IT and Business/IT Alignment.
He has a doctors degree in Information Systems, holds lectures and presentations and publishes articles in the area of IT Governance, Management, Business Agility, Artificial Intelligence and application of new technologies.
Dr. Malinowski is Accenture’s European software engineering lead and heads Accenture’s cloud, infrastructure and software engineering business for Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Russia across all industries. This includes areas such as software development, testing, architecture, infrastructure, cloud and the overall area of `New Technologies`.
In his role as software engineering lead for Europe, his focus areas are business agility and the creation of business value and new business models by using technology.
He is passionate about new technologies and is a strong believer in the necessity for a new way of cooperation between business and IT and understanding technology as key driver for innovation.
Talk - The Energy factor - becoming a lean, agile, network organization
Hear how we transformed Accenture’s Cloud and Software Engineering practice to a lean, agile, network organization.
Agility is finally where it is supposed to be: In business instead of “just” in IT. Companies have realized that there is a need to change fundamentally, i.e. to set themselves up to produce innovation constantly and not as “one-off” initiative. The market demands organizations that are lean, adaptable and ready to change, whenever the market demands. But how do you become such an organization? How do you set up your organization, talent and leadership to achieve that? How do you shift the mindset and culture of an organization so that IT and Business are working together?
We will not only discuss with you what we see happening in the market and what other companies do to become such lean, agile companies. But we will tell you about our very own journey and what we did to transform ourselves and our culture from a “traditional” organization to a lean, network-based organization, with new principles, new leadership approaches and, effectively, a different culture.