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Digital tranformation challenges

Everybody talks about Digital Transformation but the sad truth is that 75-85 percent of the Digital Transformation fail because organization are not ready for the challenges they will face.

The good news is that these aren’t new challenges: the challenges of Digital Transformation are the same challenges organizations face when focusing on Innovation & Change.

60 years of research and implementation in the field of Innovation & Change provides us with insights about the competencies that are needed to overcome these challenges.

1.

Involvement from Management

It is important to understand that Digital Transformation involves both improving operational efficiency and increasing customer engagement. This means that it will affect the entire organization and Leadership is needed to bridge Business and Technology. The management team needs to take on a clear sponsor role so it will be supported throughout the organization.

2.

Resistance to change

Digital Transformation impacts most departments of the organization and thus the people running the day to day business and their organizational structure. This implies that people have to change their way of working and their mindsets while actually they have an almost instinctive resistance to change.

3.

Too much focus on back-end integration

Digital Transformation is about the mix between client facing innovation and the integration of different systems. Next to thinking about the back-end integration, your customer desires a user-friendly interface.

4.

No focus and driven by operational issues

Digital Transformation start with a dream in a boardroom but it’s hard to make this dream reality once you go back to the day to day business. There needs to be focus and you have to take the implementation one step at a time.

5.

Talent Deficit

All resources have a valuable contribution to a company’s success but that doesn’t mean your organization is equipped with the right skills, or that they have enough time to invest in your Digital Transformation.

6.

Lack of ROI

Digital Transformation start with great ideas but all organizations have limited budget. The business case needs to be positive before investing in the implementation of your digital projects.

Source: Forbes, CIO.net, Kotter

 

 

 

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Digital tranformation challenges

Everybody talks about Digital Transformation but the sad truth is that 75-85 percent of the Digital Transformation fail because organization are not ready for the challenges they will face.

The good news is that these aren’t new challenges: the challenges of Digital Transformation are the same challenges organizations face when focusing on Innovation & Change.

60 years of research and implementation in the field of Innovation & Change provides us with insights about the competencies that are needed to overcome these challenges.

1.

Involvement from Management

It is important to understand that Digital Transformation involves both improving operational efficiency and increasing customer engagement. This means that it will affect the entire organization and Leadership is needed to bridge Business and Technology. The management team needs to take on a clear sponsor role so it will be supported throughout the organization.

2.

Resistance to change

Digital Transformation impacts most departments of the organization and thus the people running the day to day business and their organizational structure. This implies that people have to change their way of working and their mindsets while actually they have an almost instinctive resistance to change.

3.

Too much focus on back-end integration

Digital Transformation is about the mix between client facing innovation and the integration of different systems. Next to thinking about the back-end integration, your customer desires a user-friendly interface.

4.

No focus and driven by operational issues

Digital Transformation start with a dream in a boardroom but it’s hard to make this dream reality once you go back to the day to day business. There needs to be focus and you have to take the implementation one step at a time.

5.

Talent Deficit

All resources have a valuable contribution to a company’s success but that doesn’t mean your organization is equipped with the right skills, or that they have enough time to invest in your Digital Transformation.

6.

Lack of ROI

Digital Transformation start with great ideas but all organizations have limited budget. The business case needs to be positive before investing in the implementation of your digital projects.

Source: Forbes, CIO.net, Kotter

 

 

 

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Digital tranformation challenges

Everybody talks about Digital Transformation but the sad truth is that 75-85 percent of the Digital Transformation fail because organization are not ready for the challenges they will face.

The good news is that these aren’t new challenges: the challenges of Digital Transformation are the same challenges organizations face when focusing on Innovation & Change.

60 years of research and implementation in the field of Innovation & Change provides us with insights about the competencies that are needed to overcome these challenges.

1.

Involvement from Management

It is important to understand that Digital Transformation involves both improving operational efficiency and increasing customer engagement. This means that it will affect the entire organization and Leadership is needed to bridge Business and Technology. The management team needs to take on a clear sponsor role so it will be supported throughout the organization.

2.

Resistance to change

Digital Transformation impacts most departments of the organization and thus the people running the day to day business and their organizational structure. This implies that people have to change their way of working and their mindsets while actually they have an almost instinctive resistance to change.

3.

Too much focus on back-end integration

Digital Transformation is about the mix between client facing innovation and the integration of different systems. Next to thinking about the back-end integration, your customer desires a user-friendly interface.

4.

No focus and driven by operational issues

Digital Transformation start with a dream in a boardroom but it’s hard to make this dream reality once you go back to the day to day business. There needs to be focus and you have to take the implementation one step at a time.

5.

Talent Deficit

All resources have a valuable contribution to a company’s success but that doesn’t mean your organization is equipped with the right skills, or that they have enough time to invest in your Digital Transformation.

6.

Lack of ROI

Digital Transformation start with great ideas but all organizations have limited budget. The business case needs to be positive before investing in the implementation of your digital projects.

Source: Forbes, CIO.net, Kotter

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