ABN AMRO: Accelerated renewal of the bank for doctors
ABN AMRO is busy. Busy with the digital transformation, with customer-oriented innovation, with sustainability, with the change to an agile organization. Branddoctors regularly contributes.
In the 'Medisch 2.0' project, our added value is evident: knowledge of the medical world, from developing propositions and customer journeys, and van agile to work. Also read this earlier interview about our role.
The challenge: towards new propositions and integrated customer service
ABN AMRO is known as the bank for doctors. For the business side this is well worked out, but which propositions, and which integral customer service, fit the needs of doctors in their private situation, so that attractiveness in a broader sense improves?
- Validated in a short time service blueprint to make
- Closely involving doctors with a busy schedule
- Agile work in a team with limited agile experience
- Filling in the role of product owner by Branddoctors
- Wide involvement of the internal organization with a view to execution
Method: Pragmatic and a great focus on the content
This project has been picked up by Bette Bakker (consultant) and Gijsbert Croes (partner) in the role of voice-of-customer specialist and product owner, also agile coach. That combination of PO and coach is officially unwise, but can be done in practice as long as you keep the goal in mind. That pragmatism, playing with rules of the process and a great focus on the content; that is typical Branddoctors.
The result is online
In a multidisciplinary team we sprint in months from medical 4 to 1.0 in 2.0, with a deep insight into the medical client, a number of new propositions, and a blueprint for the 2.0 organization. Internally and externally validated and now in the pipeline. The ABN AMRO project team has been strengthened from within and is busy with execution. Check: www.abnamro.nl/medici