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3 Tips to Get Services on the Strategic Agenda of a Manufacturing Firm

Sep 16, 2019 • FeaturesManagementContinuous ChangeJan Van VeenmoreMomentumServitization

Getting service on the table the strategic executive meeting is a challenge many field service directors will be familiar with, here Jan Van Veen, Managing Director of MoreMomentum provides three top tips for actually making it happen...

Five Reasons Why a Burning Platform is Bad for Innovation and Change

Jun 03, 2019 • FeaturesInnovationJan Van VeenmanagementmoreMomentumBurning Platform

A burning platform is bad for innovation and change because it focuses on an urgent necessity to change. This triggers a defensive attitude causing higher risks for failure, has a lot of collateral damage and does not drive fluid, continuous...

The Missing Link in Servitization. (Podcast)

May 17, 2019 • Featuresfuture of field serviceJan Van VeenmanagementmoreMomentumDigitalizationServitizationThe Field Service Podcast

In the latest Field Service Podcast, Jan Van Veen discusses why manufacturers unable to innovate their business model risk falling behind their competitors.

How To Organise For Servitization

May 06, 2019 • FeaturesJan Van Veenmanagementmore momentumServitization

Discussion around Servitization has rapidly gone from understanding what the concept is to establishing how to put steps towards the advanced services strategy into practice. Here, Jan Van Veen, outlines some core practical advice for companies...

How to Monetise Services and Data

Apr 14, 2019 • FeaturesManagementDataJan Van VeenMonetizing ServicemoreMomentumProducts as a ServiceCustomer Focus

Jan Van Veen,  founder of MoreMomentum continues his latest exclusive Field Service News series on how companies can monetise their services and data by exploring how companies can remove the obstacles that are stopping them build momentum with...

How To Monetise Services And Data: Build Momentum for Clients – Remove Obstacles

Jan 17, 2019 • FeaturesJan Van VeenmanagementmanufacturingmoreMomentumIoTIoT Security

Jan Van Veen continues his latest exclusive Field Service News series on how companies can monetise their services and data by exploring how companies can remove the obstacles that are stopping them build momentum with their clients...

How To Monetise Services And IoT: Better Articulate Value

Oct 19, 2018 • FeaturesManagementConnected Field ServiceJan Van Veenmobile workforce managementmoreMomentumfield serviceIoTService Management

Jan Van Veen continues his latest exclusive Field Service News series on how companies can monetise their services with IoT as he turns his attention to something many companies struggle with - better articulating their value proposition...

How to Monetise Services and IoT

Aug 24, 2018 • FeaturesCSATcustomer engagementcustomer satisfactionFuture of FIeld ServiceJan Van Veenmobile workforce managementmoreMomentumfield serviceIoTService ManagementService Revenue

Jan Van Veen, Managing Director, moreMomentum, continues his series of articles looking at how service organisations can drive revenue from their services by harnessing the IoT...

How to have all employees discover the future...

May 30, 2018 • FeaturesManagement4 Winning HabitsConitnuous GrowthJan Van VeenmoreMomentumfield serviceService Designservice innovationService Management

Jan Van Veen of moremomentum concludes his series of articles on the 4 Winning Habits of successful service organisations focusing on the fourth and final winning habit: Discovery...

Case Study: Creating A Revolution

May 22, 2018 • FeaturesManagement4 winnng habitsAdvanced ServicesJan Van VeenmanagementMiningmore momentumOil and GasVP of Servicebig dataBusiness DisruptionChief Digital OfficerDigitalizationfield serviceHackathonsservice innovationService Management

In this latest of his Momentum Case Studies, Jan van Veen, co-founder of moreMomentum, interviews proven leaders across the globe who are successfully implementing the 4 Winning Habits to lead innovative, energised and engaged teams.

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