“Don’t follow the path – leave a trail.”
As the son of an Electrician, Tim De Geyter decided to follow in his dad’s footsteps and holds a degree in Electronics Engineering (specialization Telecommunication). As Tim’s ambition was to always work at the intersection of business and technology he coupled this technical-scientific basis with a postgraduate in Business Administration.
This educational mix has translated in various technical-commercial roles in the Telecom & ICT market from pure sales to product management and eventually via general business management roles some helmets at C-level.
Tim has extensive international experience working for large organization such as Barco Communication Systems (now Cisco), Thomson Multimedia (now Technicolor), the Belgacom Group and has been an expat for a total of 3 years in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
After that Tim decided to feed off of his home-grown entrepreneurial roots and has successfully started-up several companies Building further on his Telecom & ICT background, in recent years Tim has put his focus on the Internet of Things.
Tim loves working in multicultural environments. He is pragmatic, hands-on and result driven. Within TomorrowLab he puts Innovation in Motion through pilots.
Now that you've ideated and iterated various models, it's time to put your results to practice. A pilot project must conclude if the idea is indeed practical, feasable and economically viable.
The model pitching workshop will allign all strategic decisions between all project stakeholders, board members, executive commitee and other senior managers.
Organization design or architecture provides the framework through which an organization aims to organize itself to realize its core qualities and deliver its value proposition as specified in its vision statement.
What are your company strengths? Which aspects do need improvement? Any threats or opportunities your company needs to consider? The SWOT analysis evaluates those elements against presumed objectives.
What are the decisions to be taken? What are the roadmap milestones to achieve expected goals in 2/5 years? Business Planning gives you an overview of all actions needed to achieve future objectives.
What are your customer needs? What do your customer want to accomplish? What is blocking your customers in achieving their goal? The value proposition canvas assist you to bring in perspective your customer needs and to better tailor your value proposition.