The innovation of companies is based on the renewal of its infrastructures to seek optimization and new paradigms processing to be put at the service of the business. The information, which constitutes one of the most strategic assets for a company, stems from the different combinations of data according to the various business objectives. An adequate focus on the data during their life cycle and in the various areas of technological design (think, for example, the design of their safety by-design and by-default) ensures maximum exploitation of company information.
It is the market itself that calls for a review of resources and processes.
What does innovation mean? It means finding new solutions to the problems of companies, identifying business models that allow new results, it also means identifying strategies to achieve new goals.
Innovation can be a relative concept, which however takes on meaning if contextualized with respect to a reality, a process, a system, an organization.
We are able to manage innovation, having in mind the starting point and the goal to be achieved, not regardless of the economic aspects. We can do this by analyzing the company reality (demand, supply, processes, governance, etc.) from different perspectives and from different points of view ("lateral thinking").
Change management affects every organizational aspect. The goal is not to revolutionize any aspect, but to revisit a part of traditional systems by enlarging the vision to re-establish corporate governance.
When we talk about change and "digital transformation", we need to understand what it means to manage evolution in concrete terms. But it is fundamental to know how to face the new opportunities offered by the technologies: