The IT executive’s guide to navigating change
In the wake of disruption from COVID-19, organizations across the globe are realizing that traditional planning techniques, hierarchical structures, and rigid processes will not help them succeed in today’s rapidly changing environments
According to the third-annual digital transformation survey by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, 95% of global executives surveyed say digital transformation has become more important for success in their industries over the past year.¹ Still, only 58% say their organization’s transformation strategies since the start of the pandemic have been effective, up from 20% before the outbreak.¹
Adapting to these changes and facing widespread uncertainty requires renewed focus on digital transformation plans, including a strategic review of how best to support business priorities in a new reality.
Transformation today involves optimizing for a very different economic era, one that demands new organizational models and cultures. It means no longer relying on top-down systems to spur change. Instead, it requires organizations to operate from the bottom up, responding nimbly to constantly changing circumstances.
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