Wednesday, June 26, 2019

The New Book “100 IT Charms” Quote Collection III

 IT plays a significant role as a linchpin in knitting all critical pieces of the business into innovation competency.

The purpose of the book “100 IT Charms: Running Versatile IT to get Digital Ready“ is to articulate different flavors of digital IT organizations and brainstorm the best and next practices for running highly innovative and high-performance IT. Digital charm is not based on the style presented on the surface but on a set of unique competencies to make IT shine through as a business differentiator.

45 Modern IT has many faces. The “art of possible” is phenomenal to rejuvenate IT.

46 Foster innovation by leveraging disruptive technologies and streamlining information flow.

47 IT is the super glue to integrate people, processes, and technologies into unique business competencies such as innovation.

48 CIOs play the bridge role of combining the art and science of digital innovation and running IT as an innovation integrator.

49 IT is the key component in catalyzing digital innovation and building up differentiated innovation capabilities nowadays.

50 IT is the business in the business and digital growth engine of the entire organization.

51 An outlier does not lack knowledge but has interdisciplinary knowledge to see things differently.

52 Digital transformation represents a break from the past and presents a high level of impact and complexity.

53 The transcendence of information management to innovation management enables IT to help the company recharge the business model and build a competitive advantage for achieving long-term business prosperity.

54 IT plays a significant role as a linchpin in knitting all critical pieces of the business into innovation competency.

55 The priority for today’s CIO is to genuinely position IT as an integral and inseparable part of the business as the “digital whole brain.”

56 Digital is the age of people and options; it provides opportunities to think of new ways to do things.

57 Improvement and achieving the right balance in any truly customer-centric organization requires all team members to believe that things can be improved.

58 CIOs have to advocate for “departmental immersion” and other strategies to help IT become seamlessly integrated and be aware of the organization as a whole to achieve high-performance results.

59 Embracing digital is inevitable as that is now part of the business venture.

60 IT leaders need to think like the anthropologist for running a people-centric organization to enchant customers, empower employees, and evolve business partners.

61 When you really understand or attempt to capture the insight about what the customer actually wants; it is when you can really develop an experience that fits them and their needs or desires.

62 Walking the customer talks is a broader and longer journey with many leaps and jumps, bumps and curves, perils and pitfalls on the way.

63 Modern digital technologies bring unprecedented convenience for people to learn and work, improve their productivity, learning agility, and innovativeness.

64 Innovation has to become the philosophy and part of the DNA of an organization.

65 It takes a few key building blocks including leadership, strategy, structure, and capability to shape a customer-centric digital business.


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