“The biggest part of our digital transformation is changing the way we think.”
In today’s disruptive landscape, organizations need to turn digitalization into differentiation. To achieve a competitive edge, they must to keep pace with the numerous changes in technology platforms and extend the boundaries of their traditional working processes. Only then can businesses reasonate with the needs and expectations of their stakeholders.
According to HBR digital transformation is less about technology, and more about people. Corporations can buy any technology, but the ability of their people to adapt to an even more digital days depends on their own willingness to nurture talent and develop specific future-proofed skills.
While the events of 2020 have changed the way many industries operate, the need for digital transformation has always been there. Instead of building bridges to the past and supporting legacy systems, forward-thinking companies are embracing disruption and using their capabilities to adapt to the new norm, and lead where possible.
Adapt to today, plan for tomorrow.
Digital transformation is driven by the cultivation of new markets and opportunities, as well as staving off competitive threats. And, when carried out with direction and purpose, it aligns technology investments, strategic initiatives and business and operational models to better secure current and future competitive advantage.
The benefits are endless, allowing companies to build digital capabilities that deliver amazing consumer experiences, enhance customer satisfaction, and build enterprise resilience.
Our Digital Services manager Gergana Walker talks about digital innovation.
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