Digital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women Empowerment
Rotterdam, Netherlands

Agne - Proud Lithuanian currently living in The Netherlands! I am super passionate about problem solving by using LEAN tools and methodologies, while these days getting more and more excited about driving digital transformations for legacy companies.

My career was always in corporate transformation programs. In the beginning I had the huge pleasure to learn LEAN from world-class gurus at Philips, which helped me later to get a fast and exciting promotion at another company - Maersk. There I had a great opportunity to shape a new department and team to drive business transformation projects within the shipping giant.

Most recently I was faced with a "millennial crisis" when I decided to quit my corporate job at Maersk and pursue volunteering with women in rural Uganda. You can check my stories from Uganda at https://nainyte.com/. I also share more of my thoughts and knowledge on business there too.

Currently I am working for a cool Dutch tech company with a weird name - Schuberg Philis, but with a very cosy and cool culture. I was hired there to build consultancy capabilities in a traditionally known IT company and drive digital transformation programs for our clients.

If you are interested to learn about LEAN process optimization methodologies or consulting in general, reach out! On top of that I could be a good sparring partner if you are struggling to find your next step in your career or need some encouragement to pursue your passion.
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Agne Nainyte on Strategy deployment with Hoshin KanriDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women Empowerment2 days ago
I often laugh from myself when I get a feeling that I am good in something that I could call myself an expert. I have already experienced how fast this confidence can change when you meet certain people, attend a training or read a book 📖. The book “Made to Stick” by Chip Health and Dan Heath made me realize this again - how much further I could improve my presentation skills when trying to create successful ideas and convince your audience. The authors shared 6 principles which prove to make your ideas stick that people remember: ✅ Simplicity. We must create ideas that are both simple and profound. 🤩 Unexpectedness. We need to violate people’s expectations. ❗️ Concreteness. Naturally sticky ideas are full of concrete images. 💯 Credibility. Sticky ideas create their own credentials. 🤪 Emotion. We need to make our audience feel something. 📝 Stories. This helps to make people act on our ideas. Together these principles form “SUCCES” rules which I have already started to practice at work.
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Agne Nainyte on How to drive Digital Transformation?Digital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
This is a story about how advanced we got in using data to do a root cause analysis and what a long road ahead we have to actually use it. A few days ago there was a controversial article on BBC about how the rich rainforests in Indonesian Papua were burnt to plant palm trees for palm oil production by a Korean company. While the company denies the claims that fires were set illegally, Forensic Architecture was able to conduct spacial and architectural analysis which proves the opposite. The researchers used satellite images to study the pattern of land clearing comparing it with previous years and confirmed that fires were set intentionally. The recommendations to expel the company from its operations in Papua have been rejected. So... although data analysis provides us with factual evidence, there is still a lot to do with using that data in decision making. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-54798452
The burning scar: Inside the destruction of Asia’s last rainforests
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Agne Nainyte on How to survive “Millennial Crisis?”Digital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
A rainy day coming up in your city or more restrictions are imposed to your daily life? Then watch this inspiring video of less than 2 minutes! What a touching piece to never feel too small or weak to drive change. And dare to be the first, even when it’s out of your comfort zone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPeeZ6viNgY
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Agne NainyteDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
There were days when they said "Your business doesn't exist if you are not on Google". Now they say you don't exist if you are not on social media! And my friend Dominyka who is a founder of Persona Cognita would add that quarantine days are the best to work on your personal brand which is the future. Check out Dominyka's guest article on my blog which I believe is spot on why and how you should develop your personal brand. Let's stay all positive these days and try to use additional free time on other activities! https://nainyte.com/leveraging-the-power-of-your-personal-brand-in-2020-the-7-things-you-need-to-focus-on-right-now/
Leveraging the Power of Your Personal Brand: The 7 Things You Need to Focus On Right Now - Nainyte.com
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Agne Nainyte on Strategy deployment with Hoshin KanriDigital Transformation | Process Excellence | Women EmpowermentSome time ago
Do you still remember this brand? It's amazing to see how such a big and valuable brand lost a huge part of their market share in the last years. What went wrong and what could we learn from this story? 📍Even though you are successful at the moment, read the market signals for upcoming changes. 📍Attitude towards women has changed over the last years and brands need to adjust too. 📍It's always good to bring "fresh wind" to the leadership team. Staying up to date with new trends and feeling empathy towards a new generation of consumers can be hard. 📍Always protect your brand! It's one of the biggest business assets. The recent scandals with Jeffrey Epstein also didn't help the brand. What do you think about where Victoria Secret went wrong in the last years?

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Benedetta MarchiorelloViolin player
Well I loved Victoria Secret. I used to spend million of pounds inside there but I think we are not following Bocconi study cases. More than once they stated that the idea of Abercrombie is nice but that the kind of perfume and music at high volume within that shops were too strong. That’s why I think that Victoria Secret should take more into account this while designing their stores in London and New York City.
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