What’s slowing down your digital transformation? 8 questions to ask
Digital transformation requires significant, continuous, and coordinated effort across teams. It’s certainly not easy, and cautionary tales about stalled initiatives, frustrated employees, and abandoned plans often get more attention than success stories. But despite the challenges of implementing transformative practices, leaders remain invested in the business value of digital transformation.
According to a Harvard Business Review Analytic Services survey on digital transformation, 95% of executives say digital transformation has grown in importance in their industry over the past year, and 76% say that it has become significantly more important to business success.¹ Unsurprisingly, many leaders are seeking best practices to adopt such transformation in their organizations. It’s important to note, however, that there’s no single approach to accelerating change.
The pandemic expedited long-term digital transformation plans in many industries. For some organizations, unprecedented business disruptions demanded a reprioritization of existing goals, while for others, the circumstances compelled them to seriously consider digital transformation for the first time.
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