Key Findings ‘Organization in the Digital Age’ 10th Edition | Jane McConnell | LinkedIn

 

Key Findings ‘Organization in the Digital Age’ 10th Edition | Jane McConnell | LinkedIn

Each of these findings is explained in the full article:
  1. Most organizations are in the Developing stage—a midway point.
  2. Primary goals for digital transformation are focused on efficiency.
  3. Although senior leaders are increasingly on board, most are not yet demonstrating sustained commitment.
  4. Compelling visions need tangible, actionable strategies: top down is not enough.
  5. Digital capabilities that foster unpredictable outcomes are not yet widespread.
  6. The mobile workforce has a considerable way to go before being truly mobilized.
  7. Organizations enable individuals and teams, but stop short when it comes to mobilizing horizontally across the enterprise.
  8. Visibility and openness are key in an entrepreneurial work culture, even more than autonomy for people and teams.
  9. The customer-facing workforce—the eyes and ears of the organization— is often disconnected from corporate systems and information flows.
  10. Few organizations are approaching customer data strategies systematically.
  11. Learning is easier than remembering.
  12. Obstacles around decision-making persist after many years.
  13. People and stories trigger change.
  14. Change agents are key, especially at the Maturing stage.
  15. Technology is a top investment priority; education and change are low; data and analytics will increase in priority in 2017.
  16. Investment decision-making factors vary based on maturity.
  17. Awareness is growing that digital and organizational transformation is a journey, not a quantifiable destination.
  18. The vision is broad and deep, the journey is long.

November 23, 2016 · Rahul Desai · No Comments
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