These patterns are so persistent that it’s almost as if companies are following a secret playbook for failing to succeed in digital transformation.
In a series of articles, Liam Kelly unveils the hidden contents of this secret playbook in a series of articles so you can figure out whether your company will succeed or fail in its digital transformation. This is according to a2btransformation.net
In big businesses, digital transformation is all the rage.
Digital transformation is a buzzword in the corporate world. For the past two decades, they’ve been doing this.
It promises to improve operations and help the company grow dramatically. Consider the 2005 release of the world-famous Lego. They were in danger of becoming bankrupt.
However, someone in the company decided to automate the supply chain, exposing a slew of previously unseen inefficiencies. They used the information to make informed judgments about how to improve their operations. Things began to improve.
They didn’t stop there, tho. In 2011, Lego modernized its HR systems and launched an enterprise lifecycle management system.
A company’s digital transformation helped it get off its knees and back on track to re-growing its business.
Countless large corporations have effectively transitioned to meet the digital age’s problems and prospects. Telstra, Pfizer, and even the NSW government are all involved.
It hasn’t, however, come to a halt.
Digital transformation is all the rage in small and medium-sized organizations right now.
Traditionally, digital transformation has been confined to the sphere of big enterprises. This is because it is expensive in terms of money, time, and resources. Big corporations have an unfair advantage over small businesses.
Until now, that is.
Software and services are now much more inexpensive, and they are starting to pay off for small and medium-sized firms.
They’re offering possibilities for employees of medium-sized businesses to be freed up from monotonous, manual duties so they can focus on things that will help their company develop.
There has never been a more critical time for this than now, in the age of the “great resignation.”
It’s no surprise that medium-sized enterprises are embracing digital transformation. Continue reading