A single page ‘academic poster’ digital business innovation. Focus on information systems, digital business and technology as high potential areas to scale a business. Alongside the need to innovate, you also review the value of building a sustainable future, both with Corporate Social Responsibility and adopting principles for the long-term benefit of the business and its wider contribution to society. This module should help you to reflect on your abilities to make decisions about digital and innovative technologies to adapt to changing circumstances. Use the organisation where you work or a chosen organisation and business area you know well as the basis for this module assignment. Your task is to develop an artefact to evaluate how digital and/or technological innovation is encouraged in your organisation and evaluate how successful it has been in terms of security, sustainability and business growth. You have a choice to look at “past and now” or “now and in future”, or “overcoming the Pandemic crises”. Using models and theories demonstrate how sustainability and tools or information for creativity could be improved. Such a tool would be a business Model Canvas, developing business Intelligence dashboards like the practice we do on Day 2 or any other tools you are aware of. Elements that your poster must include Title. Your poster should include a banner title in a large font (e.g. 90 pt.). Below this, put the author(s) name(s) and institutional affiliation(s) in a slightly smaller font. Sections of poster. Your body text should use a font readable (30 pt). The section names should be larger than this. Write a few sentences that identify the problem you address, what is currently known about it (watch out for getting long-winded here!), and your approach to investigating it. Consider using a bulleted list rather than a text block. Sometimes, the Method section is included in a slightly smaller font so that those who only want the big picture can skip it. You will want to discuss the data sources and how your measures were constructed. Revisit your research plan paper. Select the most pertinent results that support your message. Remove everything that is not absolutely necessary: avoid clutter. Think about the most attractive way to present the data in figures. Each illustration should have a headline title providing a take-home message with a more detailed caption below. Write the conclusion(s) in short, clear statements, preferably as a list.