Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Digital Transformation Manifesto

The digital paradigm shift is the journey from doing digital to going digital to Being Digital.

Digital organizations are organic, alive, holistic, vibrant, energetic, responsive, fluid, and innovative, in a relationship with its environment dynamically, and above all enhances and supports the dignity of the creative human spirit.




Digital Paradigm shift comes with Mind Shift to Attitude and Behavior shift.
from doing digital to going digital to Being Digital.
from mechanical to organic to Digital Equilibrium.      
from transaction to transformation to Digital-Maturity.


Digital becomes the very fabric of high-performing businesses, being outside-in and customer-centric is the new mantra for forward-looking and high-mature digital organizations today.


      Multidisciplinary approach over single-dimensional technology update.
      Tuning Digital Ecosystem over running an isolated organization.
      Take holistic Lens over having tunnel vision.
         Apply Nonlinear Thinking over taking linear logic.
       Build Strategic Responsiveness over static processes.    
    Just Right Simplicity over man-made complication.
       People-Centric over restrictive hierarchy.


Digital organizations are like the living systems that can self-renew in thriving as high-performance businesses.


       Balance “Push & Pull” over command & control.
       Streamline Digital Flow over stagnate business reality.
        Build Change as Ongoing Capability over reacting to changes.
        Do More with Innovation over do more with less.
    Self-Adapt, Self-Renew over management manipulation.
    Improve Resilience over risk avoidance.
    Achieve Digital Maturity via high performance and accelerated speed.


It is important to understand that digital transformation is multifaceted, and it has to permeate into business vision, strategy, culture, communication, process, underlying functions, and structure, in order to make a quantum leap and reach the stage of the societal renaissance.

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