Did you know that 70% of digital transformations fail? What does true digital transformation look like? Contrary to what some might think, digital transformation isn’t a complete digitalising of every business facet. In contrast, it is a continual process whereby a business endeavours to interact and engage with its stakeholders where these stakeholders are interacting and engaging. This is, for the most part, on digital devices and platforms. Already in the process of digitally transforming your company? This article discusses signs of failure or success you should be looking out for:
Signs Of Transformation Success
Having Tech-Savvy Decision Makers In Place
Companies that excel at digital transformation have technologically enthused decision-makers. These are management-level staff members who understand the necessity for digital future-proofing and can drive meaningful change through learning about digital solutions and adopting them into the organisation.
Empowering Staff To Work In New Ways
Successful digitally-transformed organisations don’t just upgrade their digital practices and call it a day. In contrast, true digital transformation is only possible when all staff members are invested in using these new digital solutions. If workers don’t adopt digital transformation, it won’t succeed on a macro level.
Digitally Upgrading Day-To-Day Tools
Studies have shown that organisations who upgrade the smaller, more menial business tasks with digital solutions achieve digital transformation much quicker than those who focus solely on main infrastructural digitalisation. Examples include online project management solutions and digital data assessment tools.