Digital transformation is one of those phrases that means different things to different people.
For some people, it’s all about encouraging others to embrace change and experimentation. For others, it’s about adopting the latest technology. Sometimes it’s all about improving the customer experience, others it’s all about your employees.
So which is it?
Well, it’s pretty much all of the above. Digital transformation impacts different departments in different ways. There’s no one size fits all definition. But if you work systematically through the different departments you can see some general trends:
- Encouraging people to embrace change and experimentation
- Relying on data instead of hunches or received wisdom
- Automating routine tasks where possible
- Gathering and analysing data to optimise performance
If you could do with a quick run-down of how digital transformation impacts different departments, check out our handy infographic.
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You’ll learn everything you need to know to lead digital transformation projects, including:
- How to lead digital transformation without being an IT expert
- Assessing your business’ readiness for transformation
- Encouraging staff to embrace change
- How to lead your people remotely
We hope you find it useful. If you have any questions, feel free to drop us a line on Twitter or via our website.
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