Expert Contributor Kevin Benedict shares his conclusions from interviewing over 100 business leaders in 2019 alone. Linking three areas of culture, Kevin highlights the stumbling blocks while illuminating opportunities to overcome them.
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“The digitally enabled organization is the new organization today.”
Change Management is about leading and implementing change successfully in an organization or business toward a specific outcome.
Digital Transformation is about implementing a series of changes that impact the organization, its business, the workforce, its customers and prospects, competitors and in some case a whole industry and its future, creating a transformed state.
Businesses and organizations must shift from change to transformation ASAP because most of our previous business and technology processes are already or will soon be obsolete.
Digital technologies and innovative business transformations have changed the way we create products, services and how we deliver them to our clients. Instead of thinking:
“How could I improve this process?”
“Is this process relevant in the digital business era?” or “Is this process valuable for our digital business strategy?”
We are at the wake of monumental change in the business world. How businesses serve and engage with their customers and employees alike are under upward pressure. Technology can deliver, but can the business and people change and make use of it to succeed?