Digital transformation: 3 do's and 2 don'ts
Digital transformation has been the buzzword du jour for the last several years, and for good reason. With benefits from automation, improved workforce management, and better business insights, its value is clear.
How can we ensure a safe and equitable digital transformation? Business leaders explain
The past 18 months have transformed society – and sped up the digital transformation of our world.
On the plus side, digital technologies allowed business and society to continue to function even during lockdowns – helping companies survive, vulnerable people access healthcare and children continue to learn. When the worst of the pandemic is, someday, behind us, we’ll be able to take many of these lessons – and technological advancements – with us to enable greater access to healthcare (especially mental healthcare), education, job training and finance.
14 Common Missteps To Avoid When Pursuing Digital Transformation
With the recent widespread shift to digital-based work and transactions, many companies are working toward digital transformation. Whether it be updating legacy tech, adopting new tools in-house or making the move to the cloud, such transformations can prove to be complicated and costly if they’re not carefully planned.
Digital transformation: 4 CIO tips for 2022
Linda Kahangi, Chief Information and Operations Officer at Nomadix, shares four lessons CIOs should use to shape their plans for the coming year. In the panicked move to remote work in 2020, most organizations cobbled together quick-and-dirty accommodations just to keep the business running. Plans for digital transformation accelerated at warp speed as employees shifted to working from home overnight with virtually no time for planning, research, or preparation.
4 Principles to Guide Your Digital Transformation
Digital transformation is not just about technology. Success involves far more than simply procuring competent vendors and doing some user training. These initiatives can no longer be left solely at the feet of technology leaders and IT staff, but must involve a diverse set of ecosystem stakeholders. We’re desperately in need of a shift in focus. We need to do more than just implement technology.
Executives love talking about digital transformation, but here’s what many don’t mention
Digital transformation, among the corporate world’s favorite buzzwords, involves infusing technology into every corner of a company’s operations. At least publicly, many executives champion the idea as a solution to nearly all their problems.
Digital transformation: 4 ways to create a sense of urgency
Staying competitive in today’s turbulent environment requires a solid digital transformation strategy. Consider these tips to bring increased urgency. In the last 18 months, entire industries were pushed to make decisions in days that would typically be debated and planned for months or even years. Customer-facing brands, in particular, were forced to cope with rapid, unpredictable changes in supply, demand, and logistics.
Accelerating the Digital Transformation Journey
Banks yet to embark on a digital transformation can no longer put off the inevitable. To remain competitive in the long term and prepare for a world of open, contextual and embedded finance, each strategic line of business must urgently accelerate its journey to open systems.
Wi-Fi 6: Driving Digital Transformation for a Smarter Tomorrow
It is hard to imagine that Wi-Fi was only made mainstream less than 20 years ago when it crawled at 54Mbps, and with just a handful of consumer devices supporting the technology.
The Main Obstacles to Digital Transformation in the Manufacturing Sector
Digital transformation is an ambitious task for almost any business, no matter what industry they belong to. This requires institutional change, which requires the active participation of all those involved. The role of digital transformation in manufacturing is quite evident in recent years because of the different technologies that have helped to simplify tasks.
Digital transformation: 4 excuses to leave behind
The pandemic made a strong case for accelerating digital transformation. Are any of these debunked excuses holding up your progress?
Digital transformation in healthcare should not be carried out in isolation but rather as part of a wider business transformation
As with most other industries, healthcare has seen significant benefits from digital transformation (DX), with the adoption of new technologies helping to deliver secure, high-quality patient care and drive greater business efficiency
For Banks, Digital Transformation Is An Opportunity, Not A Threat
In 2018, Gartner made a bold and alarming prediction: By 2030, 80 percent of heritage financial firms would be out of business.1 The research firm attributed these anticipated closures to digitalization, with businesses that fail to embrace digital transformation losing market share to “global digital platforms, fintech companies and other nontraditional players”.
Digital Transformation Is Only The Beginning: A Company’s Journey
Many business leaders feel they are ready to take on digital transformation. The question is, what do they want to accomplish with new technology-driven approaches beyond simply digitizing existing processes or business lines?
Hot Topics—The Digital Transformation: The Time to Upgrade is Now!
In the latest Hotel Business Hot Topics session, “The Digital Transformation: The Time to Upgrade is Now!” panelists discussed how technology is changing the hospitality industry, from back-of-house operations to guest services.