We rounded off our second report on Design to Disrupt with an appeal to the CIO to take a offensive approach to digital transformation:
A. Take control. Lead the disruption.
B. Deploy technology to break constraints.
C. Lose out on efficiency and go for effective disruption.
D. Don’t be terrified, the odds are better than you think
That the odds are better if you come into action is confirmed by extensive recent research into the chance of success of digital innovations. A team from MIT, in conjunction with Capgemini, has made an analysis of the most successful organizations. The short version of the book Leading Digital: Turning Technology into Business Transformation is that companies whose organizational and technological capabilities are functioning properly, show a 26% higher growth.
These digital masters have a significantly better financial performance
And digital masters can be found in every industry
Organizations that score in terms of technology as well as on the human side, are the most successful, but we should realize that a lot of disruptive power can be achieved with relatively low-tech efforts. Here are 4 graphs on how to leverage technological possibilities
A fusion of IT and business, a strong digital governance, involving all employees to realize ambitions –– but start with a transformative vision of the digital future. What the four steps outlined here demonstrate in all simplicity is that the real success of change is on the human side.
Find our more in our second Design to Disrupt report.
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