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What’s the Worst Advice You Can Give a Company That Wants to Go Digital?

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What’s the Worst Advice You Can Give a Company That Wants to Go Digital? #BPM

There is an interesting discussion initiated by Peter Schooff @bpm.com

My Thoughts:

On a lighter note;

Worst Advice: “I think you should either prefix or suffix your company name with ‘Digital‘. It works in most cases, and you won’t be left out in Digital Enlightenment followers lot “

+1 Patrick. Agreed.

The Digital Transformations Journies are more like human disease treatment. The medicine which worked for Person A, for a Disease D, to get cured may not necessarily work AS-IS for Person B. It depends on a lot of internal [DNA/past health history/allergic/any other disease etc] and external [climatic conditions, location, weather etc.] factors.

If we map it to an Enterprise, attaining digital enlightenment depends on multiple factors. To name a few: the history of transformation journies the company had undertaken; alignment and adherence to specific tools stacks in the enterprise; trends in the market; domain specific trend affinity [eg: some trends may not make sense for a particular industry domain]; employee strength; capability; leadership; timelines; vision etc..

Importantly and rightly stated by Emiel, the W5H questions on Digital Transformation [What Where Why When Who How] definitely makes a difference in giving a personal touch to the transformation and tailoring it for a specific Customer, specific Problem Statement and defining a personalized Digital Roadmap.

 

What’s your take?? Any thoughts!

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Happy Reading:-)

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