Monday, August 20, 2018

The Monthly “Digital Maturity” Book Tuning: Riding Learning Curves to Achieve Digital Maturity Aug. 2018

Digitalization is a journey, not just a one-time business initiate, riding ahead of the change wave takes both strategy and methodology.

Digital makes a significant impact on every aspect of the business from people, process to technology, both horizontally and vertically. Digital becomes the very fabric of high performing business, being outside-in and customer-centric is the new mantra for forward-looking and high mature digital organizations today. At the heart of digital, it is people and how to build a customer-centric organization. Here is the new book “The digital Maturity” summary.

 Riding Learning Curves to Achieve Digital Maturity

Riding Learning Curves to Accelerate Changes Change becomes the new normal, and even the speed of change is accelerating. Too often changes are made as a reaction to outer impulses, crisis. How do you make changes to anything without knowing all the parts and how they are related? The goal of Change Management is to manage changes in a systematic way, either for making continuous improvement or innovation. Most of the changes are complex processes, how to ride learning curves to accelerate changes?

How to Build a CHANGEABLE Organization Riding Above the Learning Curve Change is inevitable, and the speed of change is increasing. However, organizational change is always difficult. How can you ride above the learning curve, is there any ideal path to change, how to improve the success rate of change management and build change as an ongoing capability of the organization?

Take the Logical Scenario to Beat Digital Change Curves
 Now with the uncertainty around the volatile market situations, extreme competitions, continuous disruptions, and unprecedented business complexity, digital organizations today must be responsive to the increasing speed of changes. Digitalization is a journey, not just a one-time business initiate, riding ahead of the change wave takes both strategy and methodology. How to take the logical scenario to beat digital curves, improve business performance, and achieve business maturity.

CIOs as “Digital Master”: How to Ride Three Learning Curves to Improve IT Digital Maturity? Due to the disruptive nature of technologies and the exponential growth of information, the CIO role also becomes more dynamic and multifaceted. Compare to the other executive positions, the CIO role continues to be shaken up, refined, reinvented to get digital ready. A digital CIO has to focus on guiding the company through the digital transformation. At the very least, IT must be a business partner within the organization. Regardless of which industry sectors or the nature of organization you are in, being a digital CIO will need to ride the multitude of learning curves promptly and lead digital transformation effortlessly.

How to Get Ahead of the Change Curve The change curve is a model of the states that people who are to change will go through because going through the downs of the change curve has a negative impact on productivity, leadership is required to guide people through the different phases in order to flatten the curve and to minimize the impact on productivity. ?

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