Why ADAPT

WHY ADAPT?

Making our region more competitive and productive, for now and for future generations.

LOCAL FIRST, GLOBAL SECOND


With a deep understanding of modern business challenges, ADAPT deliver unique local research and advisory, alongside global insights from the likes of MIT, McKinsey, CSIRO, Innosight and more.

PEER REFERENCE


Combined with the pooled wisdom and experience of thousands of local C-level peers, we debate shared challenges and reveal perspectives from trusted connections ahead on the same journey.

STRATEGIC PARTNERS


Our strategic partners include the world’s leading IT brands and local vendors, for whom we consult and develop campaign strategies to differentiate, access and influence.

Our strategic partners include the world’s leading IT brands and local vendors, for whom we consult and develop campaign strategies to differentiate, access and influence.

ENABLING ADVANTAGE


Our position of privilege is to sit as the objective platform connecting stakeholders together – saving everyone time, accelerating positive outcomes and enabling advantage.

Our position of privilege is to sit as the objective platform connecting stakeholders together – saving everyone time, accelerating positive outcomes and enabling advantage.

COMMUNITY FEEDBACK

ADAPT delegates and clients reveal how we harness the world’s collective intelligence, connect the right people for the right reasons, and give them all the Edge.
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Local and Global Experts
How to Adopt New Mindsets and Culture with Digital Thought Leaders At Digital Edge in May, we asked thought leaders their proven and most effective ways to adopt new mindsets and culture.
Amazon Web Services’ Phil Potloff on How To Innovate Like a Startup Phil Potloff says any organisation can learn from startups on how to innovate. Everything needs to be focussed on customer value.
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Simon Waller - Innovation means change, and striking a balance between fear and frustration Simon Waller discusses how to strike a balance between people afraid of change and those who believe it is not happening quickly enough.
Innosight’s Pontus Siren on the three pillars of digital transformation - Foundations, Interfaces and Business Models Pontus Siren identifies three pillars of digital transformation: Foundations, Interfaces and Business Models. They can be used systematically to drive organisations forward.
Vince Pierce and Westpac’s customer journey Vince Pierce at Westpac Next is designing and building the new generation of the bank’s service delivery platform, mapping the customer journey to product development.
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