Most organisations achieve better outcomes from the efforts of multidisciplinary teams – energised, diverse groups of people with a broad background. They tackle the tough problems with creativity, passion and at pace. That’s why we bring together teams of analysts, technicians, business leaders and curious minds to offer solutions to the most complex challenges. Solutions that ensure you stay relevant in the Digital Age.
We can help you build the right digital service DNA throughout your organisation and create the conditions for a focused, fast-paced, user-centric delivery culture. We believe that delivery is the best way to discover and refine your digital business strategy. Here’s how our Digital Advisory team can help you:
We draw on the following techniques to guide you:
Design principle workshops, capability acceleration, portfolio reviews, governance design, holistic roadmaps, organisation co-design and cultural API definition.
As Corporate Partner in the launch year of the Digital Leaders Network NZ (DLNZ), Assurity is an integral part of the bid to help leaders in New Zealand’s public and private sectors create sustainable digital transformation.
Meeting the demands and expectations of ongoing digital transformation is now a core function of efficient and effective government, industry and civil society. We recognise the importance of developing an overarching, cross-sector, strategic vision for digital transformation, drawing upon the rich spectrum of expertise, experiences and perspectives from all sectors. The DLNZ programme is specifically designed to enable senior decision makers across all sectors to engage with the strategic implications of digital technologies in the context of future policy-making and innovative service delivery.
DLNZ’s first significant event saw Peter Dunne, the NZ Minister for Internal Affairs delivering the annual lecture for DLN UK in Westminster in February last year. For future events, follow DLNZ on Twitter.
The aim of all our services is to help you deliver better – through Better Testing, our Education courses or one of our other services.
16 May 2017
Organising effectively to deliver great end user services in the Digital Age is often a challenge for well-established, complex organisations. It often requires a significant transformation in how people work and how teams collaborate. For government, this is especially true.
That’s why the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) and Assurity have partnered to set up the Service Innovation Lab (SIL) as an experiment, with the aim of seeing what value can be gained by creating an innovation environment with support from coaches to help teams work in new ways. More
11 April 2017
Our new Auckland Design Thinking practice aims to help clients get a better understanding of their customers and design the products and services their customers want.
The practice fits perfectly with Assurity’s experience in technology delivery. By joining up Design Thinking with Agile and other software delivery practices, we can help ensure that what’s imagined, invented and ideated in the Design Thinking process actually gets delivered into customers’ hands. More
28 November 2016
To deliver constantly improving digital services that end users or customers love and have conversations about is a great achievement and something to be immensely proud of. To do that and look at what might happen next in your market and be ready to disrupt yourselves with a radically new product or business model is the real peak of digital business performance.
Some organisations are born digital. For them, it’s not a case of needing to transform themselves from a pre-existing, non-digital state, but to focus on the essential parts of being digital. More
28 November 2016
With Innovation sounding like a great idea, we’d all support it within our organisations. Staff want to know they’re supported in being creative and looking for innovative ways forward. It’s a no-brainer in many ways, but to create the conditions for innovation to become part of the new ‘business as usual’ takes framing and sponsorship.
We see patterns of adoption of innovation methods that create real change. We also see anti-patterns where innovation is a spike of excitement and activity and brings little ongoing change. More