Saturday, November 23, 2019

The Monthly Digital Principles/Practices Summary: A Set of Practices to Move Up Digital Maturity Nov. 2019

The digital transformation is the new paradigm associated with deep ecology. 

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.


A Set of Practices to Move Up Digital Maturity 

Five Practices to Leap Digital Maturity? The journey of digital transformation is the full-scale changes in the way business is conducted so that it’s a multidimensional planning and orchestration. It is necessary for the coherent use of various already known concepts and gradually opening up to the best and next practices for enforcing digital processes and sharpening all crucial business success factors to get digital ready.

Seeing is Believing: Three Visualization Practices to Lead Digital Transformation Digital transformation is a long journey, the path to digital can be iterative, evolutionary, revolutionary, or disruptive. Seeing is believing, one picture is worth a thousand words, all being said, the digital organization needs to be painted into the big picture, capture big insight, create effective visualization in order to enforce communication and improve manageability to catalyze large scale changes such as digital transformation.

Five Practices to Bridge Digital Maturity Chasm The digital transformation is the new paradigm associated with deep ecology. The digital organization is more like living things with self-adaptable and self-renewal capability. Doing digital is perhaps about taking a few actions, but going digital and running an intensive, effective, and cohesive digital organization takes dynamic planning, dedicated execution, and holistic digital management disciplines. Here are five practices to bridge multiple chasms and improve organizational effectiveness and maturity.

Three Practices to Fortify IT Transformation Due to rapid change, fierce competition, and continuous disruptions often led by technologies, IT can no longer feel like it has a monopoly on delivering solutions to the business. With vendors now offering cost-effective on-demand model IT services or solutions that business can utilize directly with almost no IT support, IT should feel competitive pressure to reinvent itself as a business differentiator. In practice though, there is the gap between the aspirations of what IT could do to the business versus what the current IT “mentality” and capacity within the respective IT department is capable of providing and enabling. What are the best or next practices to fortify IT transformation?

Three “Neutralizing Practices” to Improve Organizational Maturity With rapid changes and continuous disruptions, today’s organizations are the mixed bag of old and new, the virtual platform and the physical working structure, different functions within an organization perhaps hit different learning curves and run at different speed. The business becomes complex if things do interact, particularly in the case of "non-linear" interaction, the multilayered diversification, and interdependent relationships. How to neutralizing differences to improve organizational maturity?

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