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How an agile ‘learn and evolve’ culture is future-proofing ING

Agile squads, a flatter organisational structure, decentralised decision-making, improved data accessibility. These are just a few of the changes ING made to stay competitive in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.

And they are changes that have enabled the Dutch bank to adapt at speed to the Covid crisis, says Marco Eijsackers, Global Head of Digital Transformation at ING.

At the heart of this strategy is customer experience, and the ability to adapt to improve that experience. “It is really all about a seamless journey,” says Eijsackers. “People live their lives on their mobile phones, so that is where you need to be — in this case as a bank.”

So what does it take to create a truly adaptable organisation? And how have businesses like ING used their data to transform their operations and improve customer experience?

In this interview, Eijsackers joins Megan Wright, Senior Editor at Longitude, to answer these questions based on ING’s experience and tell us what he has learned along the way.

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