According to a study by Washington University’s John M. Olin School of Business, 40% of the Fortune 500 companies from 2014 won’t exist by 2024. It’s a (self)-disrupt or be disrupted world right now.
For large organizations who recognize the need and are willing, digital transformation does not happen quickly - and it needs a clear roadmap for success.
“A multi-year digital transformation roadmap relies on a successful Year One for it to be truly impactful to your organization - identifying that first project (the beachhead) is critical to showcase the new way of running an IT organization, and jump-starting your transformation” - Russell Villemez
Once you have defined your digital transformation roadmap, identifying the best, first, project is key to the success of not only transforming your organizations technology ecosystem but also getting buy-in from your stakeholders into adopting the new way of running IT operations.
Join Russell and Marc where they will be covering…
- What the three corridors of change for a strategic digital transformation plan needs to be, and how they depend upon and reinforce each other.
- What a typical technology ecosystem looks like for an enterprise organizations, and the complexities this causes when trying to digitally transform.
- The role and characteristics of a beachhead in jump-starting a transformation.