It takes a team to implement digital transformation, but these three roles can make the difference between success and failure. Here’s how.
Companies are like high-performance engines – they’re optimized over time to create the greatest output. They handle small incremental changes and fine-tuning well but often break down when broader changes and rebuilding are needed.
Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, the Bermuda Triangle, digital transformation.
Many claim to have seen these things in real life, but no two people seem to describe them in quite the same way. While digital transformation may not be cut from the same cloth as the others, it often seems just as hard to define and capture.
In this era of technology-fueled disruption, CIOs and IT leaders play a decisive role in make-or-break business transformations. Success depends not only on traditional factors such as which architecture they develop or the system they deploy but also on how they marshal the most timeless business resource: human talent.
Low code software has over the past years grown from an emerging into a core technology for any organisation embarking on digital transformation. This is according to new research by Mendix.
The study, which assessed the state of low code in five countries (France, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and the United States), found that the technology’s rise has been so swift that low code is set to overtake traditional software coding in 2023.
Digital transformation in healthcare is growing rapidly year-on-year.
Health information systems are designed to manage healthcare data.
CHISU project is helping countries in their digital transformation journey.
Digital transformation has been a hot topic in the healthcare industry in recent years. Spending on digital transformation surpassed $1.3 trillion worldwide and it is growing at a whopping 10.4% year on year. In a study conducted by Deloitte, around 92% of healthcare professionals and institutes achieved better performance from digital transformation.
With much of the world now focused on the goal of net zero carbon emissions by the year 2050, industry leaders are asking: How can businesses be more sustainable?
Sustainability has gone from being a nice to have to a mission statement, and businesses are transforming their operations to ensure they’re headed in the right direction.
At the same time, another revolution has sprung: digital transformation. Companies are busy adopting tools and technologies to make processes more efficient and competitive. In the pursuit of global optimization, businesses have a lot to gain from thinking about these two movements in conjunction.
Digital transformation isn’t easy. Equipping yourself with a few key skills will give your company a much greater chance of success.
Digital transformation is the future of business. A 2020 study by Mordor Intelligence valued digital transformation at $263 billion, and it’s projected to reach $767 billion by 2026. Digital transformation can involve many things, whether it’s process automation, a new website, improved user experience or a migration to the cloud. But what skills do you need to achieve successful, company-wide change?
Since the Covid-19 outbreak, each enterprise has realised that transformation with time is indeed becoming a requirement for growth. As we move forward to the new era, technology, and other innovations are evolving at a breakneck pace and emerging as the most influential business tools worldwide. However, the road to digital transformation could be burdensome if the right set of points is not kept in mind. As a result, to achieve a smooth transition from legacy-defined business models, digital transformation has become the most indispensable factor for a company to improve the radical changes imposed by the pandemic on growth.
Successful digital transformation requires a shift in mindset and practices. Base your strategy on these fundamental tenets to position your organization for success.
Since COVID-19, the shift to remote work has influenced many organizations to invest in digital transformation initiatives at warp speed. With little to no time for strategic planning or preparation, the onset of the pandemic served as an accelerator for companies and CIOs to establish new business models that prioritize and deliver efficiency, flexibility, and speed.
The COVID-19 pandemic boosted the digital transformation of many services, including healthcare, and access to medical care using teleconsultation. These rapid increases in online platforms have been developed to accommodate patients’ needs.
Even though healthcare organizations have rapidly adopted and incorporated digital services, it is important to understand that to truly transform, healthcare organizations need to first tackle legacy technology– to first deal with legacy thinking, culture, and processes.
The ongoing digital transformation of business has been the subject of many discussions and countless articles and opinions. But the commonality is technology as the basis for digital transformation. If the ultimate goal of digital transformation is to give customers easier contact, better service, and more information, employees and business processes need changes and upgrades as well. IT needs to change too, to provide the technology that enables digital transformation.
The transition to a digital-first society has been soaring to new heights since 2020. With many employees working remotely and consumers connecting with companies and one another through online channels, the digital landscape has no longer been used only passively; it has become essential to navigating life in a dispersed world.
Over the past years, there’s been much written and discussed about digital transformation. There has been a general understanding that it enables organizations to broaden their online presence and to become more disruptive in existing and new markets. However, there’s also been a great deal of ambiguity and little consistency in establishing exactly what digital transformation, as a field of practice, actually is. Nor has there been a clear indication as to what set of technology innovations primarily distinguish automation solutions in a digital transformation environment.
Digital solutions can help your organization recruit and hire the talent you need for future growth.
To remain competitive, today’s businesses must use digital systems to improve efficiencies and meet customer needs. As people increasingly expect digital options in their daily lives, companies are reevaluating their workforces and ensuring that their employees and internal processes are prepared for digital transformation.
The days of working for one company for decades are long gone. The average American will change jobs 12 times throughout their lives, and that number is likely only going to increase in the coming years. More than one-third of the U.S. labor force changed jobs in 2020, and yet more are actively seeking new work as I write this. The Great Resignation is a bit of a misnomer. It has less to do with people quitting and everything to do with the radical transformation of work. It’s not a temporary fad but a profound and permanent shift in the labor market.