Digital transformation can be defined as a process whereby an organization shifts their business models, processes, and organizational culture with digital technologies to adapt to changing customer behaviors. They adapt to meet ever-changing customer expectations and engage with consumers in innovative ways.
Faisal Hoque, founder of Shadoka, which develops accelerators and technology solutions for sustainable growth, and author of “Everything Connects: How to Transform and Lead in the Age of Creativity, Innovation, and Sustainability”, knows what it takes to innovate and disrupt. Both require a degree of discomfort, he admits, but usually wind up paying off in the end.
A repeatable sales model builds the platform to scale, but it can take experimentation and intensive research before you hit on one that’s truly sustainable. Here’s how to do it.
Losing your patience and beginning to tune out (or line up a snide rebuttal)? Try this instead.
Use this 7-step maturity model to find your organization’s current state, and then use it to define your roadmap for big data implementation.
Leaders have to think digital, embrace design thinking, and read every day to keep up.
Still in the early stages of development and use, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning are already impacting how we live, work, and play. Is your organization ready to embrace and leverage these disruptive innovations?
A presentation on the mindset, platform, and capabilities needed for organizational transformation, given at the Nextea Innovation Gate Seminar in Milano, Italy.
According to a recent report, there are presently more than 48 million small businesses in India, almost double the number of small companies in the US (28 million).
A presentation on the mindset, platform, and capabilities needed for success, given at a Harvard Alumni Association event.