Digital transformation is the new buzz word, but it isn’t really all that new. CIO brought this interesting topic to our attention in their article, “Moments That Break Down Barriers to Transformation.”
The term was not really filled with practical applications so most organizations weren’t sure what to do with it. Then the pandemic hit.
COVID-19 forced companies to drastically rethink their business and operations overnight. The pandemic gave a substantial thrust to digital transformation spending and execution, and will continue to do so for some time to come.
It is time for a strategy and it has never been more crucial to design your transformation strategy effectively in order to realize benefits faster. Too many choices for digital initiatives can leave your organization paralyzed and may leads to resourcing issues due to the potential of ineffective prioritization.
Is this the best chance your organization has to take a different path and pursue digital efforts to truly differentiate your business from peers and the market?
Melody K. Smith
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